Gender Studies Symposium - College of Arts and Sciences - Lewis & Clark
35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium
March 9-11, 2016
The 35th Annual Gender Studies Symposium examined concepts of fun and play in relation to gender and sexuality. We joined with students, scholars, gamers, comedians, activists, artists, and visionaries in toying with topics such as the meaning of child’s play, the concept of the humorless feminist, ideas of leisure and escape, and the nature of entertainment and comedy.
Hannah Daniels ’16, Anya Hall ’16, Alexa Jakusovszky ’16, and Em Schuler ’16
The video for Wednesday night’s keynote presentation, “Do All Lives Matter on Saturday Night?: Race, Gender, and College Parties”, David J. Leonard, is available here.
Special thanks to Bitch Magazine, Rose City Rollers, She Bop, and the Feminist Sticker Club for donating awesome prizes for our Gender Studies Symposium Bingo!