THE Christian Hosam ’15 writes in:
Interested in questions of feminist solidarity? Cross- racial feminisms? Women of color in higher education? Beyonce?
This event is for you!
On Friday, the Student of Color Coalition in collaboration with a number of departments will be putting on Close Encounters of the Feminist Kind: Representations of Contemporary Feminism(s)
This day-long mini conference is designed to engage students and faculty in innovating and intriguing conversations about feminism, race, and nationalism.
The schedule for the day is as follows:
10:00 AM – Breakfast Reception
10:30 AM – Boundaries and Borders to Feminism Student Panel w/ Idara Foster ’15, Samantha Sikder ’14, Christian Hosam ’15, Hibiki Mizuno ’15, Miranda Orbach ’15
1:00 PM – Afro-Asian Feminism(s) w/ Professors Leah Wright and Amy Tang
2:00 PM – Shade in the Ivory Tower: Women of Color in Higher Education w/ Professor Laura Grappo, Kelsey Henry ’15, Camila Recalde ’16, Alexandra Ricks ’16
3:00 PM – Keynote Address by Professor Janell Hobson – Is “Sista”Hood Powerful? Performing Black Feminism and Solidarity in Public Spheres
Featured Keynote Speaker: Professor Janell Hobson, a fantastic scholar
who does work on media and culture, transnational feminism, popular
culture, and digital feminism.
Be sure to come out!!!!
Date: Friday, April 11th
Time: 10:30AM – 5:00PM
Place: Center for African American Studies Vanguard Lounge