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Upcoming Events

  • Dandelions in the Concrete

    The Politics of Intersectionality

    Event is being re-scheduled. Check back soon for the date and time.

    Join us for this panel of faculty from the Department of Women's and Gender Studies as they discuss questions around "intersectionality" in our field and beyond.

  • Care Work in the Apocalypse

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    Join us for a talk with writer, cultural worker, and performer Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha on her new book, Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice.

  • Feminist Intersectional Activism in a Dangerous Time

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    Penny Rosenwasser will share activist adventures, inspiration, complexities, and queerness – as well as a few readings from her recent book, “Hope into Practice, Jewish Women Choosing Justice Despite Our Fears.”

  • Reflections on Borderlands/La Frontera

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    A conversation and reflection on Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera: A New Mestiza Consciousness in light of the struggle and crisis we are facing around immigration, migration, asylum and what a mestiza consciousness offers toward resistance, resilience, and transformation.

  • Making All Black Lives Matter

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    With her new book, Making All Black Lives Matter: Reimagining Freedom in the 21st Century award-winning historian and longtime activist Barbara Ransby will join us for a discussion on the Black feminist politics at the root of the Black Lives Matter movement.

  • Native Country of the Heart

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    In this literary, political and contemplative memoir, Cherríe Moraga revisits the sore spots of her past in the definitive effort to make peace with them; to understand as she writes, “within the context of [her] ethnicity and culture, what Mexican & American/Indian & Catholic/rape & racism had to do with sexual desire and a contrary gender.”

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