Colloquium Series

The CRGW Colloquium Series showcases the work of cutting-edge gender and intersectional scholars from both the University of Wisconsin—Madison and other universities. See below for upcoming and previous colloquia.

2021-2022 Colloquium Series

Anna Campbell headshot
Prof. Anna Campbell

Professor Anna Campbell
Associate Professor of Department of Gender & Women’s Studies, and Art History
Dress Rehearsal for a Dream Sequence
Wednesday, September 28, 2022 @ 6:00pm
4001 Felland Road Suite 123

Dr. John D'Emilio
Dr. John D’Emilio

Dr. John D’Emilio
Professor Emerit of History, & Gender & Women’s Studies, University of Illinois — Chicago,
Memories of a Gay Catholic Boyhood
Tuesday, October 11, 2022 @ 6:00pm Wisconsin Historical Society

Access Care Community PowerReproductive Health & Justice in Wisconsin & Beyond
Discussant: Dr. Annie Menzel
Thursday, October 20, 2022 @ TBD
Center for Research on Gender & Women – 3331 Sterling Hall
& via Zoom

Dr. Jill Casid
Dr. Jill Casid

Dr. Jill Casid
Professor of Gender & Women’s Studies, and Art History
Untitled (Melancholy as Medium) (Film)
Wednesday, October 26, 2022 @ 6:00pm
1310 Sterling Hall

Dr. Mariana Ortega & Dr. Stephanie Rivera-Berruz
Dr. Mariana Ortega &
Dr. Stephanie Rivera-Berruz

Dr. Mariana Ortega
Philosophy and Gender & Sexuality Studies, @ Penn State
Dr. Stephanie Rivera-Berruz
Philosophy, @ Marquette University
Latinx Feminisms Then and Now
Thursday, November 10, 2022 @ 4:00pm
206 Ingraham Hall
& via Zoom

Cora Segal
Cora Segal

Cora Segal
MA Student
Against Productivity & Liberal Pity: A Case Study in Prison Abolition & Disability Justice
Wednesday, November 30, 2022 @ 4:00pm
Center for Research on Gender & Women – 3331 Sterling Hall
& via zoom

Accessibility Information

The 2022-2023 colloquium series will be mostly hybrid, in 3331 Sterling Hall, and on Zoom, unless otherwise noted. Sterling Hall is wheelchair accessible. There are 2 accessible entrances: the South entrance and the leftmost side of the West entrance of the building. Both entrances lead to an elevator, which leads to the 3rd floor.

Please contact Christine Garlough, the CRGW Director, with any questions.