Gender & Sexuality Brown Bag Lecture Series

When

Apr. 24, 2013,
12pm to 1pm

Show Recurring Dates

Office/Remote Location

Room 225

Description

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.

 

Feb. 7
"Fashionable Femininities: Styling Latinas in the Age of Neoliberalism"
A talk by Dr. Stacy Macias, visiting assistant professor, Women’s Studies Program

Feb. 20
“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

March 6
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

March 20
“Straight Talk?” Men's Style Blogs and the Negotiation of Masculinity”
A talk by Jenni Whitmer, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Sociology

April 10
“Fibromyalgia, Women's Illness Narratives, and the Contested Domain of Experience”
A talk by Dr. Sheila Bock, assistant professor, Interdisciplinary Studies Program

April 24
“How Sex Worker Activists Build Community out of Criminalization”
A talk by Crystal Jackson, Ph.D. candidate, Department of Sociology

 

Admission Information

Lectures are free and open to the public. Bring your lunch if you like.

Contact Information

Event Sponsor

UNLV Women’s Studies Program and Interdisciplinary Studies Program