The Center for Gender in Global Context has awarded the 2010 Best Graduate Paper on Women and Gender in Global Perspective to Emily Antoon, a 2010 Bioethics, Humanities, and Society alumna, for her paper “Ya Sartoun Ya Mout: An Alternative Approach to the Mammography Screening Controversy in Israel.” This award is named in honor of Rita S. Gallin, the former director of the Women and International Development Program.
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