Preserve the Autonomy of USF\'s Women\'s Studies

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Still Collecting Signatures!!! We are professors in an autonomous Department of Women\'s Studies at the University of South Florida. We are under threat of losing our autonomous departmental status, based on a recently released Provost\'s Budget Report. Women\'s Studies and Africana Studies are the two departments facing the termination of their independent status. In response, we seek the support of activists and scholars in an effort to demonstrate the centrality and value of Women\'s Studies as a legitimate discipline requiring a departmental structure to thrive. We ask you to sign in support of our Department, which is the only Department of Women\'s Studies in the State. Please forward the petition to other potential allies. For more information visit our blog at http://usfwst.blogspot.com/ Kim Vaz, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Chair Marilyn Myerson, Ph.D., Associate Professor Gurleen Grewal, Ph.D., Associate Professor Carolyn J. Eichner, Ph.D., Associate Professor Sara Crawley, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Nagwa Dajani, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor Linda Lucas, Ph.D., Visiting Professor

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Our Blog: For more information visit our blog at http://usfwst.blogspot.com/ News Articles: Women\'s Studies on the Chopping Block, Inside Higher Education http://insidehighered.com/news/2008/03/21/usf Trimming the Fat, Creative Loafing Blog http://blogs.creativeloafing.com/blurbex/2008/03/06/trimming-the-fat/

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