Indigenous women and girls cut fish at the Akulurak Jesuit mission boarding school summer fish camp in Alaska, circa late 1920s. (Jesuit Oregon Province Archives, Gonzaga University)

Research In Print: Fall 2017

Authors explore atomic testing, sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace, and more.

In This Series

Ann McGinley
Research | September 15, 2016
Ann McGinley sees discrimination through the lens of masculinities theory.
Manuela Bowles sits at a table and reads
Research | May 10, 2017
New graduate and author Manuela Bowles on rejection letters, Margaret Atwood, and building a career long before commencement.
Group of indigenous women
Research | August 7, 2017
Drawing on community partnerships developed with Yup’ik Eskimo villagers, a new book combines research with indigenous perspectives to create a comprehensive understanding of colonialism in Alaska.
Cover of The Aztecs at Indepencence
Research | August 31, 2017
New book on 19th century Mexican community proves a written tradition, previously assumed to have ended around the battle for independence, continued beyond.

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