Date: March 5, 2014 - March 7, 2014
33rd Annual Gender Studies Symposium
March 5-7, 2014
The 33rd Annual Gender Studies Symposium explores the relationship between where we are and who we are. Our environments — whether the bathroom, internet, workplace, or sidewalk — have profound effects on the lives we lead. How do our interactions in these spaces create, support, and/or destabilize larger institutions of power such as prisons, political systems, or nations? Engage with students, scholars, activists, community leaders, and artists in thinking about relationships of gender, sexuality, and power in the locations where we find ourselves.
Attendees can enter a raffle for a one-year subscription to Bitch magazine by attending any panel. The winner will be announced at Friday’s keynote event.
Student Co-Chairs: Laura Blum, ’14, Rachael Pace, ’14, Amy Rosenheim, ’14, Gus Wolff, ’14