Tag: Gender

  1. When is Gender Measurable?
    Professor Julie Nelson gave a keynote address at a workshop at Aarhus University in Denmark on March 16 and 17.
  2. 100% Woman
    For the first 20 years of her life, mountain bike champ Michelle Dumaresq was Michael. 100% Woman is an adrenaline-fueled ride-along on her controversial foray into international women's competition.
  3. Conversation with Richard Lapchick, Internationally-Recognized Expert on Race and Gender in Sports
    Richard E. Lapchick is a human rights activist and pioneer for racial equality.
  4. Guest lecture: Gender, Security, and Development in the Maoist Conflict in India
    Join the Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security and Global Governance for a special lecture by Swati Parashar
  5. Women’s and Gender Studies 40th Anniversary Celebration
    Join us for an afternoon of celebrating the past, present and future of one of the best and brightest hubs of feminist thinking and doing in New England!
  6. The Consortium on Gender, Security, and Human Rights Presents: “Women, Peace,  and Security”
    Policy's Skewed Focus on Sexual Violence: The Failure of a "Successful" Feminist Intervention?
  7. Paternalism & Women’s Political Participation in Sri Lanka
    The Consortium on Gender, Security, and Human Rights presents a free lecture with Malathi de Alwis, a consultant socio-cultural anthropologist.
  8. Women’s Economic Empowerment in Conflict and Post Conflict Societies
    The Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights invites you to attend this lecture by Joy Ana Onyesoh, president of the Women's International League for Peace & Freedom Nigeria.
  9. Guest Lecture Series: Representations of Indigenous Women on Stage
    The Women's and Gender Studies Department's lecture series, Indigenous Women: Sustaining Nationhood, is bringing Madeline Sayet to campus to speak about how indigenous women are represented on stage.
  10. Three McCormack Int’l Relations, Global Governance Scholars Publish Books
    Books from Murphy, Parpart, and Shaw include reprints of two classics and a new edited collection on global governance.
  11. Against All Odds: Nega Women’s Work to Build Peace during Seven Decades of Naga-India Conflict
    The Consortium on Gender, Security, and Human Rights invites you to this lecture by Singmila Shimrah.
  12. Evolving Strategies for the Reintegration of Women and Girls in the Aftermath of Sex Slavery
    Elizabeth Goldberg will explore the problems of poverty, political instability, and ongoing gender injustice that inform sex trafficking. Sponsored by the Center on Gender, Security and Human Rights.
  13. Gender and the Political Economy of Conflict: How Much Do We Really Know?
    The Center of Gender, Security, and Human Rights invites you to this free talk with author Sonali Deraniyagala.
  14. Professor Nelson’s Work Discussed on NPR’s Marketplace Money
    Professor Nelson talks about her recent work on gender and risk aversion
  15. Lunch and Conversation with the Author of Bring Me Men
    The Center on Gender, Security, and Human Rights presents a conversation with Aaron Belkin, associate professor of political science at San Francisco State University.
  16. Inside UN Peacekeeping: Policy Changes that Work for Women
    The Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights sponsors this free talk by Nadine Peuchguirbal and Cynthia Enloe.
  17. A Book Reading and Discussion with Author Bandana Purkayastha
    The Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights; The American Islamic Congress; and Project Nur are sponsoring this event, which will be moderated by Elora Halim Chowdury.
  18. “The Help” Film Screening
    Join the Women's Studies and American Studies Departments for a screening of the popular film "The Help" and discussion afterward.
  19. Between Gender and Ethnicity: Women’s Rights and Identity Politics in the Andes
    The Center on Gender, Security, and Human Rights presents a talk
  20. Special Film Screening of Meherjaan
    Join us for a film and a discussion with the film's director, Rubaiyat Hossain.