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WGSS Student Colloquium
"Redefining Identity, Beyond the Binary: Feminist and Queer Theory
In Our Everyday Lives"
With Keynote Speaker Professor Michelle Habell-Pallán
Friday, April 18, 2014
9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The annual Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Student Colloquium showcases our students' exceptional engagement with women's and gender studies through a wide range of mediums. Inspiring and compelling, these presentations reify the power of 21st century feminism to impact students' lives and dreams in real time.
Find out more about our keynote speaker and this year's theme at the colloquium website.
"Neither the Problem Nor the Solution: Latina Immigrant Mothers Traversing U.S. School Cultural Landscapes"
A lecture by Katherine Rodela, PhD candidate, Stanford University
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Second Annual Walk of the Heroines Lecture
"Engendering Food Justice: A Conversation with Patricia Allen and Lisa Weasel"May 1, 2014
What does the food system look like through a feminist lens? Although gender relations are at the heart of the food system, both materially and emotionally, feminist principles and perspectives are rarely asserted in the food movement. When they are, the results could be powerful. Join us for a conversation on food and feminism between Professor Patricia Allen, chair of the Department of Food Systems and Society at Marylhurst University, and WGSS Professor Lisa Weasel for a discussion of gender and food justice.
"Moving Beyond the Image; Feminist Media Activism and Global Power"
A lecture by Carolyn Byerly, PhD
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Noon - 2 p.m.
WGSS Spring Celebration: Celebrating our Graduates
June 14, 2014