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Amy Brandzel - Intersectionality, Revisited

Intersectionality, Revisited: For and Against a Methodology for Feminist Studies
Dr. Amy Brandzel
Departments of American Studies and Women Studies
Thursday, September 25, 12:30 - 1:30 PM
SUB Luminaria


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Feminist Research Institute Fall 2014 Research Lecture Series
Intersectionality, Revisited: For and Against a Methodology for Feminist Studies
Dr. Amy Brandzel
Thursday, September 25, 12:30 - 1:30 PM
SUB Luminaria

Feminist Research Institute Special Event
Comprehensive Exams Workshop
Dr. Kimberle López
Wednesday, October 1, 12:00 - 1:00 PM
SUB Isleta

Feminist Research Institute Fall 2014 Research Lecture Series
Milton Snow's Photographs and the Modernization of Navajo: An Indigeonous Feminist and Queer Reading
Dr. Jennifer Denetdale
Wednesday, October 15, 12:00 - 1:00 PM
SUB Cherry/Silver

News

9/9/14 - The Chronicle of Higher Education Owes Readers an Apology

[Andrea Milne, The Six Million Dollar Scholar]  ""This article had popped up on one of my newsfeeds once already that week, and it made me angry then. But seeing the article in print—seeing in [sic] on the cover, above the fold–dialed that anger up to eleven."

8/27/14 - 5 Amazing International Feminists You Should Know About

[Lisabeth Paulat, Care2.com]  "The world of feminism around the globe is alive and well. Female leaders, authors, poets and activists from Mexico to Nigeria are questioning tradition, breaking down barriers and demanding recognition of their rights. Some work with LGBT communities in vulnerable communities, such as Uganda. Others are questioning the status-quo in hard-line states such as Saudi Arabia."

8/26/14 - The Awesome Idea That Led to a Huge Drop in Teen Births

[Judy Molland, Care2.com]  "Between 2007 and 2012, Colorado saw the highest percentage drop in birth rates among teens 15 to 19 in the country. In fact, in less than five years, the Colorado teen birth rate declined by a staggering 40%. And there have been plenty of other benefits, too. What's the reason for this decline?"

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