Women’s and Gender Studies Presents: Engendering Justice


Women’s and Gender Studies is currently seeking presentation proposals for their spring Zoom Forum "Engendering Justice," which explores the impact of inequality and grassroots activism when the personal becomes political.

This series seeks to share student and faculty research, creative work and discussions to address how activists and scholars from differing standpoints can come together toward equality for all. Each session will not only attempt to make subject matter visible but also to build the interdisciplinary studies and women’s and gender studies communities.

This forum will take place on Zoom on the following dates:

Self-care in Wild Times – Discussion

5-6 p.m.
Feb. 17

Language, Race and Gender

5-6 p.m.
March 3

Gender, Justice and the Arts
5-6 p.m.
March 17

Embodied Experience

5-6 p.m.
March 31

Environmental Justice

5-6 p.m.
April 14

Research abstract and proposals for 10-15 minute presentations or discussions should be 150 words or less. Experiences and topics for presentation could, but need not, include any of the following as foci: disability and embodiment; environment; education; sexuality; violence; inequality; poverty; criminal justice; creative work; and literary analysis. The deadline for proposals is Feb. 20. Visit docs.google.com for more information.
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