The Isom Center invites affiliates in the College of Liberal Arts to apply for a two-year fellowship with the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies. Isom Fellows will be asked to contribute to the Isom Center through research, teaching, and service. Part of the program will involve freeing up fellows to teach one class a semester for the Gender Studies Program. Please see the attached flyer for more details.
To begin, we will select only one or two fellows, but we hope to expand this program over the next few years to include more fellows and schools outside the College of Liberal Arts.Read more...
The first talk, titled “Women Creating Community Through Food: Intersectionality and Entrepreneurship,” will be held Wednesday at 4 p.m. in Lamar Hall 320. Joester Brassell of Mama Joe’s Country Cooking, Carla Rego from Lusa’s Bakery and Café and Dixie Grimes of Dixie Belle Café (at the B.T.C. Old Fashioned Grocery) will lead the discussion.
Jaime Harker, Director “We wanted to establish a lecture series, like Ted Talks, that highlights UM scholars, local members of the community, Mississippi entrepreneurs, artists and social justice advocates who are doing ground-breaking work in gender and sexuality. Women’s History Month seemed like an ideal time to launch Sarah Talks.”