News & Events
Spring 2014 Events
- Monday: February 10th, 2014 -- Dorothy E. Roberts, "The Future of Reproductive Justice."
Fall 2013 Events
- Tuesday: October 1st, 2013 -- Adele C. Licona, "Stories and Bodies-So-Far: Queer/ed Relational Re/Mixings as Coalitional Gestures". An exploration of queer youth-driven participatory media projects that produce (and are produced by) remixed stories and bodies. Such queer/ed remixings challenge dominant cultural logics of embodied coherence by disarticulating (and rearticulating) gender, sexuality, anatomy, and desire. This talk will consider the possibilities of coalitional gestures at work in these corporeal and narrative remixings and how such gestures might intervene in rhetorical appeals to "exceptional" youth.
Spring 2013 Events
- February 21, 2013 -- Molly Doane, "From Cooperative Work to Work Cooperatives: Gender, Family, and Labor in the Fair Trade System."
- April 11, 2013 -- Roopali Mukherjee, "Cadillac Consumer: Black Material Culture and the Care of the Racial Self."
Fall 2012 Events
- Thursday: September 13th 2012 - The Anne L. Harper Annual Lecture in Women's Studies by Dr. Samantha King, professor at Queen's University and author of Pink Ribbons, Inc. "Imperial Charity: Commodity Feminism and the US-Middle East Partnership for Breast Cancer Awareness." Held in the Bennett A. Brown Commerce Building (18th floor, 34 Broad Street at the corner of Marietta Street and Broad Street). Reception at 4:00pm, talk at 4:30pm.
- Monday: October 8th 2012 - Lecture by Mary Lou Rasmussen, professor at Monash University. "Cool Secularism? Reframing "Progressive" Sexuality Education." Co-Sponsored by Faces of Feminism and SPEAK. Located in the Troy Moore Library (Rm 939 of the General Classroom Building) at 4:30pm.
Spring 2012 Events
- Tuesday: January 24th 2012 - Brown Bag lecture by Dr.
Katherine Hankins of GSU's Department of Geosciencs, “The Politics and
Political Subjectivities of Neighboring in the Inner City.” Held at noon
in the Special Collections Conference Room (8th floor of GSU’s Library
- Thursday: February 23 2012 - The 2012 Anne L. Harper Annual Lecture in Women's Studies by Dr. Andrea Smith, professor at the Department of Media & Cultural Studies at the University of California - Riverside, and editor of Color of Violence: the INCITE! Anthology. "Decolonizing the Anti-Violence Movement: Incorporating Anti-Racist Strategies in the Movements Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault." Reception at 4:30pm and lecture at 5pm in the Brown Room (18th floor of the Bennett A. Brown Commerce Building).
- Thursday: March 22nd 2012 - Brown Bag student lecture by
two Women's Studies graduate students. Held at noon in the Special
Collections Conference Room (8th floor of GSU’s Library South).
Fall 2011 Events
- Friday: October 7th 2011 - Brown Bag lecture by Dr. Nadine Sinno of GSU's Middle East Institute, “Reporting from the Home Front: Arab Women’s War Narratives in the Digital Age.” Held at noon in the Special Collections Conference Room (8th floor of GSU’s Library South).
- Thursday: October 20th 2011 - Book release for Keywords in Youth Studies: Tracing Affects, Movements, Knowledges. The WSI will host a discussion by the editors of this new anthology - Dr. Susan Talburt, Director of the Women’s Studies Institute at GSU, and Dr. Nancy Lesko, Professor of Curriculum and Teaching at Columbia University - and four contributors from GSU. Held at 4:30pm in the Troy Moore Library (939 General Classroom Building)
- Wednesday: November 2nd 2011 - Brown Bag lecture by filmmaker Laura Zaylea, “Closer than Rust: Queer Film and Queer Community.” Held at noon in the Special Collections Conference Room (8th floor of GSU’s Library South).
- Monday: November 14th 2011 - A lecture by Dr. Robyn Wiegman, Professor of Women’s Studies and Literature at Duke University. Generously co-sponsored by by Faces of Feminism, the GSU feminist campus organization, and SPEAK, the Women’s Studies graduate student group. Held from 3:30pm to 5pm in the Special Collections Conference Room (8th floor of GSU’s Library South).