The Women’s Studies Program and Interdisciplinary Studies Program would like to invite you to attend their spring semester Gender & Sexuality Brown Bag Lecture Series.
"Fashionable Femininities: Styling Latinas in the Age of Neoliberalism"
A talk by Dr. Stacy Macias, visiting assistant professor, Women’s Studies Program
“Lost in Translation: Françoise d'Eaubonne, Essentialism and the Materialist Origins of Ecofeminism”
A talk by Dr. Danielle Roth-Johnson, visiting assistant professor, Women’s Studies Program
Sex Positive Synergy: Feminist Porn and the Making of a Market”
A talk by Dr. Lynn Comella, assistant professor and interim director, Women’s Studies Program
“Straight Talk?” Men's Style Blogs and the Negotiation of Masculinity”
A talk by Jenni Whitmer, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Sociology
“Fibromyalgia, Women's Illness Narratives, and the Contested Domain of Experience”
A talk by Dr. Sheila Bock, assistant professor, Interdisciplinary Studies Program
“How Sex Worker Activists Build Community out of Criminalization”
A talk by Crystal Jackson, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Sociology