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IWS Fall 2022 Friday Speaker Series

Miller Learning Center, Room 148

The Institute for Women's Studies proudly announces the following Friday Speaker Series for the Fall 2022 semester. This series showcases feminist research by UGA scholars.

September 9 | Women Writers in Latin American: Can We Speak of a New Boom? | Vera Bulla, Portuguese & Women's Studies

September 23 | Brokered Abuse | Dr. Thomas Kadri, School of Law

September 30 | Alternative Curatorial Practices | Dr. Katie Geha, Lamar Dodd School of Art

October 7 | The Revolution will be Embodied: An Archival Meditation on the Corporeal Narratives of Graces Jones in Radical Joy and Pleasure | Sha'Mira Covington, Textiles, Merchandising, & Interiors and Institute for African American Studies

October 14 | Descriptive Representation and Diversifying the IR Syllabus: What does it take to 'see' yourself in the discipline? | Dr. Maryann Gallagher & Dr. Gulcan Saglam, International Affairs

October 21 | Shifting Policy and Pedagogy: A Case for Radical Love and Anti-Domination in Teaching | Dr. Elizabeth Wurzburg, Educational Theory & Practice

November 4 | Grating Against the War Machine: Women Viewers and Military Propaganda in Late Colonial Korea | Dr. Mi-Ryong Shim, Comparative Literature & Intercultural Studies

November 11* | Homing Justice in the Borderlands of Athens, GA | Jess Martinez, Geography

*Virtual talk; contact for Zoom registration link

Visit or call 706-542-2846 if you have questions or would like more information regarding the speaker series!

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