Colloquium Series 2017-18

Colloquium Series 2017-18

3401 Sterling Hall, Gender and Women’s Studies Conference Room

Thursday, September 28, 3:45 pm
Aili Tripp
, Gender & Women’s Studies and Political Science
Women’s Rights and Legal Reform: Contrasting the Maghrib and the Middle East

Thursday, October 26, 3:45 pm
Chris Garlough
, Gender & Women’s Studies and Folklore
Off the Wall: South Asian Feminist Posters, Grassroots Protest, and Political Participation

Thursday, November 30, 3:45 pm
Roudabeh Kishi, Center for Research on Gender & Women Visiting Scholar
“Gender-Based Violence and Women’s Political Participation: Questions of Measurement”
Najia Hichmine, Center for Research on Gender & Women Visiting Scholar
“Women in Security Forces: The Case of Morocco”

Thursday, January 25, 3:45 pm
Jenny Higgins
, Associate Professor, Gender and Women’s Studies | NIH K12 Women’s Health Scholar
The intimate link: Sexuality’s critical role in contraceptive use. New models, new findings

Friday, February 16, Noon
Nevine El Nossery
, Associate Professor of Francophone Studies, Departments of French and Italian and African Cultural Studies; Director of the Middle East Studies Program; and Great Lakes Representative for Women in French
The ‘mal d’archives’ and Tunisian Women Revolutionary Art

Thursday, February 22, 3:45 pm
Nancy Kendal
l, Special Assistant to the Dean for Global Education, Professor of Educational Policy Studies & Comparative and International Education
The Dangers of Girls’ Education

Thursday, March 22, 3:45 pm
Pernille Ipsen
, Gender & Women’s Studies and History
An Open Moment: My Seven Mothers and the World They Tried to Make

Thursday, April 26, 3:45 pm
Janet Hyde
, Gender & Women’s Studies and Psychology
The Gender Binary: Challenges from Psychology and Neuroscience