Emily Kane, Professor of Sociology and a member of the Program of Women and Gender Studies, has published an intriguing book on the social construction of children’s gendered childhoods.
In keeping with Women’s History Month, we now have online access to all 17 volumes of the substantial set titled, Women in world history : a biographical encyclopedia. Besides individual entries, there are also collective entries, such as, Egyptian Feminism, and Siege Warfare and Women.
Thesis SWAT: “Tropical Edition” (like your prom, if you brought a thesis to your prom). Tuesday, April 2, from 6 to 10+ pm in the Peer Writing and Speaking Center. Aloha?
This semester the Bates community will have available an expanding online research library of around ten thousand scholarly monographs …
The library is very pleased to make Brill’s Encyclopaedia of Islam available to the Bates community.
Prof. Bruce Bourque, Chief Archaeologist and Curator of Ethnography at the Maine State Museum and lecturer in Anthropology, interweaves three narratives into a fascinating and engaging account of the distinctive Red Paint culture of ancient coastal Maine.
Students, would you like to participate in GAUGE (Oxford’s Global Academic User Group Exchange)?
Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Freedom to Read September 30−October 6, 2012. — Come visit the display in the lobby of the library put together by some of the students from FYS 415: Banned Books.
Professor Sarah M. Strong’s “Ainu Spirits Singing” is a nuanced study and English translation of Chiri Yukie’s Ainu Shin’yoshu, the first written transcription of Ainu oral narratives by an ethnic Ainu. The Ainu are a people native to northeastern Asia, and stand out for their exceptional oral performance traditions.
The Math & Statistics Workshop is now located on the ground floor of Ladd Library.