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Wellesley Centers for Women

The Research & Action Report, published twice a year, describes the latest activities and initiatives at the Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW). Typically featured are: news about the Centers, interviews with researchers, commentary on recent events or social trends affecting women and girls, announcements of new publications, and much more. Articles featured in this issue include: (1) Examining Mixed-Ancestry Identity in Adolescents; (2) Commentary: Dual-Trauma Couples: Why Do We Need to Study Them? (Pamela Alexander); (3) Q&A: Exploring Transnational Issues of Human Rights and Gender (Sally Engle Merry); (4) NICHD Postdoctoral Research Trainee Program; (5) Update on Recent Postdoctoral Research Scholars: Alice Frye, Ph.D, Jennifer Grossman, Ph.D., and Linda Charmaraman, Ph.D.; (6) SEED Project Moves Educational Equity and Diversity Forward; (7) Update on Work to Empower Children for Life; (8) Short Takes; (9) New and Notable Publications; (10) Spotlight on New Research; and (11) Global Connections. (Contains 5 footnotes.) [Susan Lowry Rardin contributed to this issue. For Volume 29, Number 2 of Research & Action Report, see ED501784.]

Descriptors: Sociocultural Patterns, Equal Education, Females, Interviews, Ethnicity, Identification, Child Abuse, Violence, Civil Rights, Gender Issues, Researchers, Cultural Pluralism, Empowerment, Research

Wellesley Centers for Women. Wellesley College, 106 Central Street, Wellesley, MA 02841. Tel: 781-283-2510; Fax: 781-283-2504; Web site:

Author: Mongeon, Rebecca, Ed.; Tambascio, Donna, Ed.



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