Thursday & Friday, April 18-19, 2013
IRW SPRING COLLOQUIUM
"Trans Politics: Scholarship and Strategies for Social Change." Confirmed keynotes: Dean Spade (Seattle University), Pauline Park (New York Association for Gender Rights Advocacy), Sue Rankin (Rankin & Co.Consulting), and Genny Beemyn (University of Massachusetts-Amherst).
Panels on: Transnational Transgender Politics; Transforming Healthcare; Trans Incarceration, Criminalization and Surveillance; Affects and Ecologies of Trans Post Humanism; Law and Policy in the US: ENDA and Beyond.
Location: Trayes Hall B, Douglass Campus Center (opening keynote) & RDJC Building, 162 Ryders Lane, 1st Floor Conference Room, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. both days.
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
IRW UNDERGRADUATE LEARNING COMMUNITY
Final Project Presentations. Co-sponsored by the Office for Academic Engagement and Programming.
Location: RDJC Building, 162 Ryders Lane,1st Floor Conference Room@ 3 p.m.
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