Receiving Faculty Excellence Award from Provost Scott Coltrane, December 2013

Standing beside two recent co-edited books at Saeed Book Bank, Islamabad, August 2014

     

Anita M. Weiss
Professor, Department of International Studies
    (Participating Faculty in Asian Studies, PPPM,
      Religious Studies, & Sociology)
5206 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-5206   USA
(541) 346-3245; FAX: (541) 346-5041
aweiss@uoregon.edu

Fall 2017 & Winter 2018 office hours: I will not physically be in Eugene, but feel free to contact me via email. I will respond as soon as I can.

Education
Ph.D. (Sociology), University of California at Berkeley (1983)
M.A. (Sociology), University of California at Berkeley (1976)
B.A. (Sociology & South Asian Studies), Rutgers University (1975)
Special Certificate in Asian Studies Award, Rutgers University (1975)

Summary of Interests
Culture and Development in Pakistan; Social Change and Political Transformations in Pakistan; Comparative International Development; Development and Human Rights; Gender and International Development; Political Islam; Religion and Social Change; Sociology of South Asia; Women, Legal Reform and Social Change in the Muslim World

Courses and Seminars

INTL 422/522: Aid to Developing Countries Spring 2018

INTL 423/ 523: Development and the Muslim World  Now being taught by Angel a Joya

INTL 640: Gender Analysis in Development Planning Special graduate Reading seminar taught in Spring 2017

INTL 421/ 521: Gender and International Development  Now being taught by Yvonne Braun

INTL 448/ 548: Bollywood's Lens on Indian Society  Spring 2018

 

INTL 399 Islam and Global Forces Fall 2015

INTL 399 Pakistan & Afghanistan: Connecting the Problems and the Solutions Taught in Summer 2012

INTL 407/507 Militant Islam Summer 2017, during zero week

INTL 656 Proseminar: Research & Writing in International Studies (IS graduate students only)

INTL 607 Graduate Core Seminar (IS graduate students only)

INTL 442/ 542: South Asia : Development and Social Change   Fall 2016 (will be taught in Spring 2019)

INTL 407/507 Women's Movements around the World (formerly taught in summer)

Publications

Recent Fellowships and Awards

Conference Presentations

Selected Professional Service

Recent Public Talks

 

This page updated September 13, 2017