2011 Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Student Colloquium
Friday, May 13
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Morning Gathering and Breakout Sessions: Graduate School of Education rm 408
Lunch noon in Ondine 218
Keynote 12:30 in Ondine 218
Our Keynote Speaker is Molly Landreth. Molly Landreth is a documentary and portrait photographer, based in Seattle, WA. Her current project is Embodiment, which seeks to explore queer life in the United States. Embodiment photographs and videos have been exhibited in New York, Portland, Los Angeles, England, Australia, Germany, and Italy. Check out her work at mollylandreth.com.
We will also have workshops, presentations, and an art and spoken word show.
Workshops and Presentations include:
- Swedish Model of Criminalizing Client in Sex Trade—a feminist view
- Trans Men and Patriarchy and Sexism
- Finding the Beat: How Young Girls Create Self Through Music
- Social Justice in Comic Books
- Street Smarts: Accounting for the Strengths of Homeless LGBTQ Youth
- Social Justice Education in Public Elementary Schools: A Holistic Approach
- Zine-Making Workshop
- Panel discussion on Women of Color Musicians of Portland
Please join for this exciting exchange of ideas and knowledge. Free and open to the public.
Sponsored by the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at PSU