Mar. 18: Keynote on Moving Beyond Awareness, University of the Pacific

I’ll be giving a keynote presentation on “Moving Beyond Awareness: A Changing Breast Cancer Landscape” next Tuesday (March 18, 2011) at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, CA. If you are in the area, please come on by! There will be a reception prior to the talk at 5:30 . . . → Read More: Mar. 18: Keynote on Moving Beyond Awareness, University of the Pacific

Oct. 17: Texas Tech University; Sulik to Speak on Moving Beyond Awareness

When: Tuesday, October 17, 2013 6:00 – 8:00 PM

Where: Human Sciences Bldg. 169

Description: The Women’s Studies Program is delighted to announce we are the recipient of the Sociologist for Women in Society distinguished lecture award for the Fall 2013. Our guest scholar is Dr. Gayle Sulik, M.A., Ph.D, . . . → Read More: Oct. 17: Texas Tech University; Sulik to Speak on Moving Beyond Awareness

Oct. 1: Colgate University WMST Brown Bag - ReThinkPink: Moving Beyond Breast Cancer Awareness

When: Tuesday, October 1, 2013 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Where: Center for Women’s Studies Lounge East Hall

Description: Gayle Sulik, Executive Director of Breast Cancer Consortium and author of Pink Ribbon Blues: How Breast Cancer Culture Undermines Women’s Health

Contact: Che J. Hatter

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Call for Proposals: Campus Visits for SWS Feminist Lecturer, Gayle Sulik

I am deeply honored to have received the 2013 Sociologists for Women in Society Distinguished Feminist Lecturer award this year. The SWS Distinguished Lectureship was founded in 1985 as a way of recognizing members whose scholarship employs a feminist perspective, and of making this feminist scholar available to campuses that . . . → Read More: Call for Proposals: Campus Visits for SWS Feminist Lecturer, Gayle Sulik

“Thinking Outside the Academy”: Working as an Applied Sociologist

While many sociologists are committed to and enjoy working within academic institutions, there is an increasing interest in, and need for, scholars to “think outside of the academy” and consider working in applied settings. In part, this is fueled by an economy that makes desirable academic positions less abundant. . . . → Read More: “Thinking Outside the Academy”: Working as an Applied Sociologist

Dissertation to Book Webinar - American Sociological Association

Summary: In this webinar two successful authors of recently published books will pull from their own experiences to offer suggestions and discuss potential barriers for turning a dissertation into a book. Some of the topics that will be addressed include: the crucial differences between the unpublished dissertation and the as-yet-unpublished . . . → Read More: Dissertation to Book Webinar – American Sociological Association

Sulik discusses the film, Pink Ribbons, Inc.

Pink Ribbons, Inc. will be featured on Friday, October 12 at 8 pm as a special presentation of the Colony Film Festival.

Internationally acclaimed and award-winning filmmaker Léa Pool brings her unique signature style to Pink Ribbons, Inc., a feature documentary that looks at the politics of breast cancer philanthropy. . . . → Read More: Sulik discusses the film, Pink Ribbons, Inc.

From Dissertation to Book Workshop

The American Sociological Association invited me to present a workshop at the 2012 annual conference on the dissertation to book process. Knowing that my personal experience writing a book differed from many of my colleagues, I started the workshop planning process early and by investigating others’ experiences. After identifying . . . → Read More: From Dissertation to Book Workshop

@pinkribbonblues on Twitter

"women urged to get screened because it might save their lives. But that’s only 1 possible outcome, and it’s the least likely one" @cragcrest cutt.ly/jei8WJr

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“Pink Ribbon Blues”

With an introduction on fundraising controversies and a color insert with images of, and reactions to, pink ribbon culture.


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* GAYLE IN THE MEDIA *

How breast cancer awareness month became a shopping bonanza Vox

How sexism in medicine is hurting breast cancer survivors Cosmopolitan

Seeing clearly through the pink haze Toronto Sun

Breast cancer-detecting bra won’t go away–and the news coverage is still sub-par Health News Review

*Sad face*: Being happy does not help you live longer New Scientist

Backlash against “pinkwashing” of breast cancer awareness campaigns BMJ

Breast Cancer to Rise 50 Percent by 2030? Hey, Not So Fast! Health News Review

Breast Cancer: The Flaws in the Cause iafrica.com

How to Make the Biggest Impact With Your Breast Cancer Donations Money

The Very Pink, Very Controversial Business of Breast Cancer Awareness Racked

The problem with National Breast Cancer Awareness Month Women's Health Magazine

Pink Ribbon Envy: Living with an Uncool Cancer The Nib

A Year After Bombings, Some Say 'Boston Strong' Has Gone Overboard NPR, All Things Considered

Canadian Mammogram Study KCRW, NPR Affiliate

Breast Cancer: Awareness, Activism & Pinkwashing NPR Charlotte

Buying Pink Al Jazeera's The Stream

Angelina Jolie and the 'Breast Cancer Gene' KCRW

Our Feel-Good War on Breast Cancer The New York Times Magazine.

WISH Interview Women's International Summit for Health

Sexy breast cancer campaigns anger many patients USA Today

Gayle Sulik named in SharecareNow’s Top 10 Online Influencers in Breast Cancer

Komen Charity Under Microscope for Funding, Science Reuters

The Fight Against Cancer - And Abortion? Salon.com

Susan G. Komen For the Cure defunds Planned Parenthood. In Deep with Angie Coiro

Amid Breast Cancer Month, Is there Pink Fatigue? NPR's All Things Considered

How is Breast Cancer Culture Undermining Women's Health? America’s Radio News Network

Pink Ribbon Culture and Breast Cancer The Kojo Nnamdi Show

The Big Business of Breast Cancer
Marie Claire

Does Breast Cancer Awareness Month Crowd Out Other Diseases? Slate

Pink Ribbon Fatigue New York Times Well

The Down Side of Awareness Campaigns LA Times

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