I led this course with Dr. Hanna Kim Anthropology to Mumbai, India. During the almost 2-week period students participated in academic lectures on various topics in social work practice by TISS faculty and visited several urban, rural and tribal agencies that worked with marginalized populations. This rich experience was also augmented by visiting tourist attractions in Mumbai, shopping expeditions, as well as an exposure to the various regional cuisines of India.
By choosing one of our joint PhD degrees, students benefit from: Additional course requirements are stipulated by each joint program outline.
Each session will include a brief presentation by WS and WS-affiliated faculty, which will be followed by open discussion. Feminist Theory 3 credits This course provides an interdisciplinary exploration of various schools of feminist thought. It examines ways in which feminist scholars across the disciplines have theorized power and difference with regard to gender, race, sexuality, class and nation.
It also explores the relationship of particular theories to both the production of knowledge and Women faculty dissertation committee practice. Approaches to Feminist Scholarship in the Social Sciences These courses are designed to examine various methodological issues in feminist scholarship in relation to paradigms developed by the disciplines.
Advanced Research WS is an advanced interdisciplinary research project conducted under the guidance of an individual faculty member in the context of an interdisciplinary committee.
Courses cross-listed with your own department may be used to fulfill this requirement. At least one of the additional courses must be an interdisciplinary course and must include substantial coverage of theoretical issues.
Students are encouraged to include courses that focus on sexuality studies, global feminisms, and feminist pedagogy. Queer Women in the 20th Century WS Feminist Practice WS Transnational and Multicultural Feminisms WS All students should plan to meet with their primary advisors as part of this annual review.
The purpose of the academic progress report is: Responsible Conduct of Research and Scholarship Training RCRS Effective for new students beginning in the fall term, all PhD students are required to complete training in the responsible conduct of research and scholarship before advancing to candidacy.
The training requires at least eight hours of face-to-face contact between students and faculty members, with more than one faculty member involved.
This discipline-based plan is particularly important given the wide variation in research and writing norms in our three existing programs English, Psychology and History. This supplemental training will be provided in the required first-year course WS The training will center on interdisciplinary discussion around questions of ethics and knowledge production.
Specific areas where training will be provided include: The above plan will allow students to meet the standards of their disciplines as well as discuss the interdisciplinary dimensions of ethical norms in their research, writing and professional activity.
WS is an advanced research project conducted under the guidance of an individual faculty member in the context of an interdisciplinary committee. Please see the individual program descriptions for specific information.
The Dissertation Students normally spend their fourth and fifth years researching and writing the dissertation. The dissertation topic is expected to draw fully from theories and methods in both Women's Studies and the student's other discipline.
You should expect to meet with the Chair or Co-Chairs of your committee regularly for advice, guidance and discussion as you begin to write the dissertation.
In general, your Chair or Co-Chairs will read and comment on any written work before you submit it to the rest of the committee.
You should discuss with your chair when it is most appropriate to ask for feedback from other committee members.Open to graduate students currently writing a dissertation or thesis or planning to begin writing soon, this group meets once a week to allow time for members to share updates and experiences, hold one another accountable, and .
The socialization of African American women as faculty members in religiously-affiliated universities Dissertation Committee: Martha W. Tack, Ph.D., Chair Jaclynn Tracy, Ph.D American women faculty members in eight Jesuit-sponsored institutions.
Thorough analysis. Women Disrupted: Female Academic Leaders’ Perspectives & Experiences in For-Profit, Dissertation Committee Director Date administrative leadership within higher education.
In fact, although women were first appointed as faculty members in this country in at Washington College,1 it took. The Dissertation Committee is comprised of four members: the Chair, the Methodologist, and two additional committee members. The Chair and at least one additional member must be Learning and Leadership core faculty and possess full graduate faculty status.
The Underrepresentation of African American Women Faculty: A Phenomenological Study Ferguson, Dionne Jones, "The Underrepresentation of African American Women Faculty: A Phenomenological Study Exploring the I also give special thanks to the other members of my dissertation committee, Drs.
The committee chair must hold a graduate faculty appointment in the home unit. If there are co-chairs, at least the one from the home unit holds a graduate faculty appointment. At least one member, in addition to the chair, must hold a graduate faculty appointment.