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Table of Contents
    Center news
        Page 1
    Academic program
        Page 2
    Faculty news
        Page 3
    Faculty focus
        Page 4
    Around the Center
        Page 5
    News of interest
        Page 6
    Student spotlight
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    Other news
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S It is with great pleasure and optimism that I accept the Director position for the Center. The
Contr he hd ra tremend"m hirt'r "nd I h.p, to hildj on that history. Dr. Angel Kwolek-Folland
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Accepting this position is a bittersweet moment for me. Both my mother and grandmother would
have been tremendously proud to know that I was given this opportunity. They came to this country
right after World War II to flee the dictatorship of Trujillo in the Dominican Republic. As divorced
single mothers, with little formal education, they worked in New York City's garment district, and
gave my generation an opportunity to go beyond high school The day I received my doctorate was a real family cele-
bration. Though my mother and grandmother are no longer with me, I feel they share in the opportunity my colleagues
have entrusted to me. In all I endeavor to do, I like to take the time to acknowledge the two most important women in
my life as my mentors and unwavering supporters.
I came to the Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research in 1999. I was living and working in the Southwest
at New Mexico State University before coming to Florida when I was presented with the opportunity to come to the
University of Florida. I recently had an opportunity to return to the Southwest where I have fond memories, but again I
chose the University of Florida. The Center has a tremendous future ahead of it. Our proposal for a Ph.D. in Gender
and Women's Studies is marching ahead. Our new building is under renovation with a move projected for the fall of
2005. The first endowed professor in the Center is here (Dr. Florence Babb). The Center is projected to grow both in
faculty hires and graduate student admissions Our undergraduate majors and minors continue on an upward path. We
have several conferences planned including one we are co-sponsoring with other State of Florida universities hosting the
2005 National Women's Studies Association conference to be held June 9-12 in Orlando, Florida. The next phase of the
Center's growth will be its doctoral program. Our goal is to have the doctoral program up and admitting students within
two years. In addition, I hope to develop new opportunities for the Center with the University of Florida Press
I am fortunate to be given the opportunity to lead the Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research on solid
ground, thanks to the work and legacy of directors before me. To think that the Center just about three decades ago
began out of faculty offices and where it is today is a testimony to a community that I will look to as we build on those
early efforts. I look forward to contributing to that legacy.-Milagros Perla
National Women's Studies Thanks to Goerings Book Store for
Association Conference sponsoring the Friend's of Women's
"Women and the Environment: Studies Holiday Book Sale!
Globalizing and Mobilizing"
The Center for Women's Studies and Gender
Research will co-host the annual conference of the
I it;- nal Women's Studies Association (NWSA),
r... n will be held in Orlando, Florida, June 9-12,
The theme is "Women and the Environment:
Dr. Vandana Shiva Globalizing and Mobilizing," with internationally-
(Photo rom NWSA) known Keynote Speaker Dr. Vandana Shiva. In
addition to CWSGR, the conference will be co-host-
ed by: the University of Central Florida's Women's Research Center,
the University of South Florida's Women's Studies Department, and
the University of Central Florida's Women's Studies Program. To
view the schedule of events and register for the conference, please
visit the NWSA web site, http://www.nwsaconference.org/.

Farewell Letter From
the Departing Director
Dear Friends and Colleagues.
In January, I accepted a position
in our College as Associate Dean for
Centers, institutes and Inlemational
Affairs. I did so with very mixed emo-
tions My time as director of
Women's Studies and the Center has
been among the best years of my
academic life. 4I have enjoyed working with colleagues
and students in the program, and getting to know Its many
friends. Together we accomplished a great deal in the
past few years, and I know there is much more to come. I
am, of course, still a member of the Women's Studies fac-
ulty and intend to continue to contribute in any way I can
to the Center. I will, in fact, oversee the construction
phase of our move to Ustier Hall, slated now to run
through October. And the Center is in my "portfolio" as
Associate Dean, which will allow me to advocate for our
Meanwhile. I am very pleased to know that Dr.
Milagros Penla will be the new director. Milly has been
with the Center since 1999 and has been an active and
creative participant in the Center. She has some great
ideas for ways to keep our programs growing and strong.
She has been a confidant and friend, and I know that she
will do an excellent job.
I want to thank all my colleagues and the students and
office assistants who have contributed to the program dur-
ing my tenure. In particular I want to thank Paula
Ambroso. without whom Women's Studies at the
University of Florida would be a very different, and bleak-
er, place -Angel KIolek-Folland

News and Views
Volume 15, Issue 2

Mllagros Penta, Ph.D., Director
Stacay Mayer, Co-Editorl/Graphic Designer
Paula Ambroso, Co-Editor
Victoria Adams, Assistant Editor
News and Views Is published each semester to inform faculty, staff,
students and Women's Snadles supponers of activities at the
CWSGR at the University of Florida. For further intonation aboul
upcoming events, please visil our web site at
hfllp:/it'www wal.ufl.edu

Reception for Florence Babb
CWSGF will hold a reception tor the new Vada Allen
Yeomans' Professor of Women's Studies.
Dr. Florence Babb on
Wednesday, March 23, 2005
215 Dauer Hall from 4:30-5:30 pm
Refreshments will be served

Faculty News
Nora Alter, Germanic and Slavic Studies, co-edited the
volume Sound Matters: Essays on the Acoustics of
Modem German Culture for which she wrote the critical
introduction and contributed an essay on Brecht's Kuhte

Florence Babb, CWSGR, is co-organizing (with Mark
Padilla, Columbia U) a session entitled "Sexuality and
the Political Economy of Tourism in Latin America and
the Caribbean" for the conference of the Society for
Applied Anthropology in April. She will also present a
paper on "Ch6.lChevys, and Hemingway's Daiquiris:
Cuban Tourism as Development Strategy in a Time of
Globalization" and serve as a discussant for a session
on "Urban Classes, Urban Spaces: Residents' Places in
the Shifting Sands of Economic Transformation" at a
joint conference of the Society for the Anthropology of
North America and the Canadian Anthropological
Society in Mexico this May.

Sylvie Blum-Reld, Romance Languages and Film, pre-
sented "From Brasov to Paris: Brassai's Visions of
1930s Paris" for the Paris as Promised Land:
Francophlila in Eastern Europe session at the annual
Modem Language Association conference in December.

Kendal Broad, CWSGR/Sociology, published an article
in Qualitative Inquiry with Kristin Joos, Honors, called
"Online Inquiry of Public Selves: Methodological

Marsha Bryant. English, presented a paper at the
Modemist Studies Association, "Edith Sitwell as
Modernist Icon: The Beaton Photographs."

Leileni Doty, Neurology, was a contributing author to
the latest edition of Our Bodies, Ourselves, due to come
out in May 2005

Stephanie Evans, CWSGR/Alrican American Studies,
published "First Black Woman in Phi Beta Kappa" in the
Winter 2005 edition of Phi Beta Kappa's Key Reporter

Taco Hedrick. CWSGR/Engl;sh, recently published "Ana
Mendleta" in Notable American Women. She was also a
session organizer at the Latin American Studies
Association conference and presented "Playing the
Myth Historicity in Chicano/a and Latinalo Texts"

S. Yumlko Hulvey. African and Asian Languages and
Literature, recently published her book. Sacred Rites in
Moonlight: Ben no Naishi Nikki, with Comell East Asia
Series press.

Angel Kwolek-Folland, CWSGR/History, has been selected
as a J. William Fulbright Senior Specialist candidate, which
will allow her to work with college and university departments
outside the US on research and program development and
curricular transformation.

Maxine L. Margolas, Anthropology, published The Relative
Status of Men and Women" in the Encyclopedia of Sex and
Gender: Men and Women in the World's Cultures, a two-vol-
ume sei edited by Carol Ember and Melvin Ember and pub-
lished by Kluwer Academic/Plenum in 2004.

Bonnie Moradi, Psychology, received the Research on
Psychotherapy with Women Award from the American
Psychological Associations Society for the Psychology of
Women and the Presidents Letter of Commendalion for
Excellence in Research from the University of Akron.

Carol Murphy, Romance Languages and Literatures, pub-
lished her article, "Jeux de I'amour et du hasard dans les
romans de Marie Nimier. 'Domino', ou le polar perverse in the
Spring issue of "L'Esprit Crdateur." In January, she was elect-
ed Vice-President of the France-Florida Foundation for the
Arts, the endowment arm of the French Consulate in Miami.

Milagros Pelia, CWSGR/Sociology. published her book, Punk
Rocker's Revolution: A Pedagogy of Race. Class, and
Gender, with Curry Malott in November 2004 with Peter Lang
Press. She has a forthcoming book edited with Edwin I.
Hemandez and Ken Davis entitled Emerging Voices Urgent
Choices: Latino/a Leadership Development from the Pew to
the Plaza

Sandra Russo, International Center, and Malcolm
McPherson. Harvard University, conducted an analysis of the
higher education system in South Africa for the U.S. Agency
for International Development. The purpose of the analysis
was to review USAID's programs which had been supporting
historically disadvantaged inslilutions since apartheid ended in
1994. The results of the study will be used to guide USAID's
funding to higher education in South Africa for the next five

Stephanie A. Smith, English, presented two papers. "The
Mother of Them All: Sacajewea as American Icon" at the
Modem Language Association and "Rich and Strange: The
Legacy of Wanda Ga'g" at Constellations of Youth. EGO con-
ference. She has been invited to the 8th International F. Scott
Fitzgerald conference at Hofstra University this April.

Anita Spring. Anthropology. published two articles and will
also present a paper entitled, "The West African Enterprise
Network: Networking West Africa's Business Globalists," for
the conference on West Africa-U.S. Relations at the University
of Texas, Arlington in April.
Faculty News Continued on Page 6

Faculty Focus

Women's Studies and Service-learning
Dr. Stephanie Evans has structured her spring section of
WST 3015. "Interdisciplinary Perspectives of Women" to include
a community service-learning component.
Service-learning is a pedagogy that pairs academic course-
work with community service. Students learn through structured
reflection exercises such as journaling, class discussion, and
small group dialogue. Students read theories and case studies.
then volunteer at community agencies; they compare the written
text with the lived text. The major assignments for the course
are a double-entry (reading and service) journal and a final
paper that answers a question the agency wants answered
about how the student related their service experience to the
agency mission. In addition to a semester of student volunteer
work, the agency will receive a copy of the student final papers
to aid in grant writing or reporting, volunteer recruitment, or
other administrative agency needs.
Because Women's Studies grew out of feminist activism,
community service-learning is a natural companion for women's
studies classes. Students choose their own service site, which
allows for a wide range of service work to be done in the
Gainesville community. The UF Office of Community Service
has formal relationships with almost 90 community agencies;
thus, students can choose an agency that is relevant to their
own academic discipline, their professional goals, and their per-
sonal interests.
During the spring 2005 semester, students are volunteering
at the Child Advocacy Center, Gainesville PRIDE Center, Easter
Seals, Baby Gator. Association for Retarded Citizens. Arbor
House (a homeless shelter for women). Girls Club, Family
Visitation Center. Gainesville Correctional Facilrty. Sheriff's
Office. Humane Society, American Cancer Society, and Corner
Drug Store (a center for substance abuse prevention) among
other agencies
Dr. Evans is also teaching a service-learning course in
Alncan Amencan Studies (AFA 4905). "Mentoring Local Youth."
in which students mentor at31 Big Brothers/Big Sisters, PACE pro-
gram, the Reichert House, and the Boys and Girls Clun.
- Stephanie Evans

gage 4


Trysh Travis Receives National Endowment
for the Humanities Fellowship
My book, The Persistence of Sentiment: Contemporary American Literature and the Culture of 12-
Step Recovery, is part of 1he scholarly sub-held known as history of the book. Unlike literary critics.
who look primarily at the way the language in a Text constructs meaning, book historians usually look
at The workings of the institutions that create and distnbute Dooks, and at the way people make use of
books in their lives The Persistence of Senftiment treats both of these things. examining the develop-
ment of the publishing industry that supported the growth of the 12-Step recovery movement (which
began with the founding of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935). and the place of reading within the therapeutic culture that
has become part of the mainstream of modem life. It traces the change in gender emphasis within :his print culture over
time moving from the masculine origins of AA (women were irntially excluded from AA meetings) to the mass feminine
reading public of Oprah's Book Club A Humanities Scholarship Enhancement grant from UF will allow me to make final
trips this summer to the archives the book draws on; a year-long National Endowment for the Humanities grant frees me
from teaching next year so that I can complete the manuscript for publication -Trvsh Travis

..... .page 4

Visiting Scholar: Ruth Meena
I am very much looking for-
ward to the time I spend here at
the University of Florida Through
the faculty exchange program
with the University of Dar es
Salaam in Tanzania. This
semester. I am co-teaching the
course, "Gender, Race, and the
l Media" with Dr. Helena SArki
While I am not a media specialist, I do bring practical
experiences in using media for transformation, in cri-
tiquing media, and also in creating alternative non-tra-
ditional media for transformation. I look forward to
sharing my experiences with the class and also team-
ing from the students.
In addition to the class, a good portion of my time
at this university is going to be spent in the library,
using the rich resources that are available. This is
going to be a wonderful opportunity for me to use this
space creatively to update my conceptual theoretical
frameworks, which will enable me to engage in the
ongoing debates and discourses in political science,
gender, and human rights
I am also currently processing data on field
research conducted while I was home. "Gender Based
Violence in Institutions of Higher Learning in
Tanzania I intend to utilize the resources at the uni-
versity to familiarize myself with literature on this topic
from this part of the world I also hope to familianze
myself with the policy interventions that some ot the
universities have in place as a measure to make the
university institution a gender fnendly environment for
men and women Indeed, this is going to be a very
valuable space for me to do this work
I am definitely looking forward to building new
social networks, meeting colleagues and making new
friends here at the University of Florida This is going
to be a valuable investment -Ruth Meena

Around UM e Center
Spring 2005 Open House
The Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research held
its first spring open house for women's studies students on
Sunday. January 23, at the home of Dr. Trysh Travis. Students
had the opportunity to meet other women's studies students and
faculty, including the new Vada Alaen Yeomans' Professor, Dr.
Florence Babb.
Students and faculty participated in a roundtable conversation
discussing research interests, activism and future pursuits and
goals. Attendees enjoyed the refreshments and engaging con-

Students and faculty at Ithe open houne (Photo by A. Kwotlk-FoLIar.dp

Students wth CWSGR D
jPhoto by A. Kwolek-Folland

CWSGR students, staff, faculty, and
friends attended the UF Women's Basketball
game on January 9th against Auburn. The
UF women's team defeated Auburn by a
score of 67 to 60.

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Kwnolot Follandc

Carmen Diana Deere to present
"Liberalism and Married Women's
Property Rights in 19th Century Latin
America: A Comparative Analysis"
By the beginning of the twentieth century, married
women's property rights in Latin America had evolved
along two distinct paths. All South American countries
sill maintained their colonial marital regime, either partial
(Hispanic America) or full (Brazil) community property. In contrast,
Mexico and the five Central American republics had established the sepa-
ration of property regime--where each spouse owned and controlled
his/her own property and its fruits--as either a formal option or as the
default regime.. MoreoveT, whereas South American countries maintained
the colonial inheritance regime of restricted testamentary freedom with
only some although important modifications. Mexico and Central America
had adopted full testamentary freedom. This raises the question of why
Latin America is characterized by such divergent paths with respect to
family law.
Dr. Deere is the Director of the Center for Latin American Studies and
a Professor of Food and Resource Economics. She will present her lec-
ture on Friday, April 22 at 2:00pm at 219 Dauer Hall, Ruth McQuown
Room,-Carmen Diana Daere

News of Interest page 6

Local Activists Protest FDA
On Jan. 7th, thirteen women from Gainesville joined 40 other
women from New York, New Jersey, Washington D.C., and
Philadelphia at the FDA headquarters in Rockville. Maryland. We
went to pressure the Food and Drug Administration to make the
Morning-After Pill (MAP) over- he-counter for all women, and to protest
delays in the approval process.
The MAP Conspiracy-a national coalition of feminist groups work-
ing on this issue-held a sit-in after a short press conference in front of
the FDA. We wanted to block access to the FDA building just as the
FDA has blocked women's access to the Moming-After Pill. Nine were
arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.
While the FDAcontinues to delay its decision regarding The
Kelly Mangan and Erin Mahoney, Chair of the New York Morning-After Pill, the action was successful in bringing much-needed
Reproduc ve Right Task Force public attention to this important issue. The fight for reproductive
I Phoic. y ean, S.rruimani rights is an on-going struggle; we need to continue to take direct action
and demand freedom over our own bodies.
MAP Conspiracy does not accept the FDA's ruling and will continue to pass out MAP in defiance of the prescrip-
tion requirement. If you want the Morning-After Pill over-the-counter for all women If you want to keep your access to
birth control pills, condoms, and abortion join a feminist group that actually fights to protect and expand these rights.
Freedom is never granted, it has to be won. We need you to win greater freedom for women.
You can help by signing our MAP pledge at www.mapconspiracy org and by telling FDA drug chief Steven Galson
that you want MAP over-the-counter nowl (301-594-5400) For more information and to get involved, call 352-372-2361.
-Kelly Mangan, Prosident, Campus NOW

Stacey Langwick Receives
UF Humanities Enhancement Grant
Stacey Langwick has
received a UF Humanities
Enhancement Grant for her
research project entitled

Transnalional Medicines *
This summer she will spend
six weeks in Geneva.
Switzerland at the head-
quarters of the World Health
iPi=o by Q Ketsmi I Organization (WHO) investl-
gating the history of the Traditional Medicine Unit. For over thir-
ty years, WHO has been at the forefront of establishing a
transnational. Iranscultural Traditional Medicine. Langwick
seeks to examine the development of an internationally recog-
nized category of Iraditional medicine and to explore the new
liberations and dominations this globalist project supports
Particularly interested in its effects in Africa. she is asking. What
new kinds of transnational medical activism does the globaliza-
tion of Traditional Medicine make possible? What socio-cultural
divisions and hierarchies does it support?-Stacey Langwick
Faculty News Continued From Page 2

Trysh Travis. CWSGR, chaired and commented on a panel
entitled -Books, Men, and Bookmen" at the annual Modem
Language Assocation conference in December.

"A Series with Blue"

The Summer 2005 Art Exhibit, "A Series with Blue,"
will feature works by Brittany Ferguson. Brittany is a
First year student at Virginia Wesleyan College major-
ing in Art and Communications She amended
Gainesville High School where she developed her
artistic, athletic, and academic abilities. While in high
school, her peers often commissioned her to create
logos and designs for school clubs and t-shirts. This
helped Brittany to develop her artistic skills, which she
used to create an AP Art Portfolio that she submitted
tor college credit.
Her work will be displayed in 3324 Turlington Hall
from May 9 through August 5. The exhibit is free and
open to the public.

Student Spotlight
Women's Studies Students Assist In
Organizing V-Day Celebration

The Apartmeni Poets (Photo by Lorn Beer)
Kristie Soares and Undsey Deannger, Women's
Studies majors and members of The Apartment Poets,
were among the organizers of The Apartment Poets' and
Lambda Theta Alpha's V-Day Open Mic-Night, "'V' is
for..." on February 9th at the Orange and Brew.
V-Day Is a global movement to stop violence against
women and girls. The V in V-Day stands for Victory.
Valentine, and Vagina (in honor of The Vagina
Monologues and their creator Eve Ensler). Everyone was
invited to read, rant, perform, sing, or do their own thing
in celebration of women and whatever V stood for, for
them Katrina Ruiz, a founding member of The
Apartment Poets, hosted the night as she presented her
own fiery poetry and fun vagina facts for the audience.
The show was a success as it drew a diverse crowd of
people from the creators of "exhale" to the performers of
The Vagina Monologues -Lindsey Dearinger

Student News
Virginia Hamner, CWSGR MA/JD graduate student,
received a Florida Bar Foundalion Fellowship for this
summer to work on prisoners' rights issues with Florida
Institutional Legal Services.

Stacey Moyer, Graduate Research Assistant in Women's
Studies, will present on the panel. "What would Sarah
Schulman Do? What Lesbian Ethics tells us about the
same-sex marriage debate," at the 2005 NWSA confer-
ence in Orlando this summer.


page 7
CWSGR Welcomes New
Graduate Student
Joanna Neville graduated irom the
University of Florida with a degree in
English in May 2003 She has been work-
ing as a Marketing Coordinator for a small
educational publishing house in Gainesville
WV She has retumed Ihis spring to pursue her
Master's degree. Joanna hopes to expand
her knowledge and understanding of women's social inequal-
ity and work towards remedying the cultural constructs that
disenfranchise women

Congratulations to our Graduates
of Spring 2005
Aida Carini is graduating with a double major in Women's
Studies and Psychology. She plans to attend law school this

Laura Minor, Graduate Research Assistant in Women's
Studies, will graduate with her M.A. in Women's Studies with
a thesis entitled, "Unsound Compositions Women and
Compositional Agency." Laura completed her M.A. while
simultaneously composing and producing a feminist record-
ing in New York City. which is forthcoming Summer 2005 on
an undisclosed label. She also published three original
poems in the Winter 2005 edition of JMWW, A Quarterly
Joumal of Wnting. Laura is currently co-writing a feminist
book series for pre-teen girls with an illustrator in New York.

Megan Sapp will graduate with a B.A. in Women's Studies.
She will attend graduate school at Vanderbilt University in
the fall to study nurse-midwifery.

Women's Interlocking Network
Beware of dedicated women with passion and drive.
They just might change the world. With the start of their
new organization, Women's Interlocking Network (WIN),
Blair Welsh and Brittany Rajchel will give UF women a
chance to interact with the female community of Gainesville
like never before. They have plans to volunteer their time in
the local women's domestic abuse center (Peaceful Paths).
tutor single women working towards earning their GED, and
assist pregnant teenagers at Pleasant Place, Inc., an assist-
ed living center for young mothers. Welsh and Rajchel hope
that WIN will contribute to the community of women's organi-
zations at UF and in Gainesville.
The meetings take place at the Reitz Union on Thursday
nights at 8-OOpm. They have incorporated a "shout session"
into their bi-monthly meetings so that all members will have
a chance to voice their frustrations, talk, and be heard. For
more information contact Blair Welsh at pebblz25@ufl.edu
or Brittany Rajchel at bntr@ufl.edu.-Krystie Fernandez













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Phyllis Meek Receives Pride
Women of the Year Award
Pride Celebration of Gainesville presented its
awards for the Woman, Man and Community
Person of the Year at its annual 2004 Awards
Dinner on October 8, 2004.
Pnyllis Meek won the Woman of the Year
award and was recognized for her long-lime work
for gay and lesbian rights at the University of
Florida as Dean of Student Services and for work-
ing to combat homophobia and sexism since the
early 1970s
CWSGR congratulates Phyllis on her award
and her many accomplishments.

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