GWS Spring Events
(Please note that there are other events in the planning process and TBA):
* February 19th: "After Equality: Where Should the LGBTQ Movement Go From Here?" - Faculty Panel (co-sponsored with Department of Sociology, Common Reading Program, and Out in the High Country) 5:00 - 6:30pm, 114 Belk Library
* March 18th: A GWS talk by Jacqui Bergman on Gender and Leadership. Dr.Bergman is Interim Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs at Appalachian State University) 5.00 – 6.00pm, 114 Belk Library
* April 4th: A GWS talk by Deboleena Roy on "Feminism, Science, and Interdisciplinary Encounters in the Lab." Dr. Roy is Chair of Gender Studies at Emory University. Dr. Roy will also be talking to our GWS students about new directions in GWS and graduate school. 6.00-7.00pm, 114 Belk Library
* A GWS talk by Kimberly Lamm on "Three Women Artists and a Critique of Visual Imperialism: Writing Feminist Worlds with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak." Dr. Lamm is Associate Professor of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University. Date/Time TBA.
* April 11: A Talk by Mary Campbell, title TBA. Dr. Campbell of UT-Knoxville will be presenting on her recent project, on Charles Ellis Johnson, a Salt Lake City photographer who specialized in polygamist portraiture. (This is an Honors College talk. GWS is one of the co-sponsoring units). Time TBA.
* April 18th: GWS screening of documentary on Donna Haraway called "Story Telling for Earthly Survival" (Co-sponsored with Belk Library). 5.00-6.30pm. 114 Belk Library.
*To support GWS scholarship (and for faculty): From Spring 2019, we are initiating pre-print discussions, and in-print celebration of faculty scholarship. Thanks to Dr. Michael Eng for this great idea, and for being a co-organizer. For the pre-print discussion, a work-in-progress (under review, revise etc.) will be circulated to GWS faculty who sign up for the discussion. During the discussion session, the author of the article under-review, will frame the discussion with information about submission plans, how it addresses GWS, kind of feedback they request, and other details. We then open the floor for discussions. The in-printevent will celebrate GWS scholarship and it will be a part of the end of the semester GWS celebrations.
This series seeks to support, mentor, and celebrate GWS scholarship. We are mindful that there are various forms of transdisciplinary scholarship, and please do work with us to grow and broaden this series so that it supports varied forms of scholarly work.
February 1st: Dr. Michael Eng, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Faculty Affiliate of GWS, will share his work-in-progress titled "Architecture, Queer Feminist Temporality, and the Hermeneutics of Disability." Please let me (email@example.com) know by 21st January, if you plan to participate in this discussion. The discussion will be from 3-4pm on 1st February, and an ASULearn site will give you access to the work-in-progress.
Also, please do let us know if you have a work-in-progress that you would like us to schedule for the pre-print series.