Co-Sponsored Programs

cosponsored programs

2018-19

Estelle Lebowitz Visiting Artist Exhibition, “Judith K. Brodsky: The Twenty Most Important Scientific Questions of the 21st Century,” curated by Ferris Olin and organized by the Center for Women and Arts in Humanities in partnership with Rutgers Univesity Libraries

“Aftershocks of Disaster: Puerto Rico a Year after Maria,” a conference organized by the Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

“Bodies of Power/Theory in the Flesh,” graduate student conference organized by the Women's and Gender Studies Department

“Intersections of Lesbian/Gay Politics China and the Globe,” a conversation with Charlotte Bunch (Women's and Gender Studies, Rutgers) and Wenqing Kang (Cleveland State University), moderated by Louisa Schein (Women's and Gender Studies, Rutgers), organized by the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures and the Department of Women's and Gender Studies 

“Seeking Pleasure in Peril: Male Same-Sex Relations during the Cultural Revolution,” a lecture by Wenqing Kang (Cleveland State University), organized by the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures and the Department of Women's and Gender Studies 

“On Friendship, Desire, and Solidarity: Public Feminism and Black Women's Visibility in South Africa,” a lecture by Danai Mupotsa (University of Witwatersrand, South Africa), organized by the Department of American Studies and the Department of Women's and Gender Studies

Public artist lecture and reception with Judith K. Brodsky (2018-19 Estelle Lebowitz Endowed Visiting Artist) and Professor Frances M. Brodsky (Director of Biosciences, University College London), organized by the Center for Women and Arts in Humanities in partnership with Rutgers Univesity Libraries

“Counter/insurgency in the (Settler) Colonial Present,” a talk at Rutgers-Newark by Melanie Richter Montpetit (University of Sussex), organized by the Gender, Race and Disability Politics of Science and Technology Working Group

“Islamophobia, Race, and Global Politics,” a lecture at Rutgers-Newark by Nazia Kazi (Stockton University), organized by the Center for Security, Race, and Rights at Rutgers Law School

Artist's talk with Cameron Rowland, organized by the Carceral Studies Working Group

“A Singular Life, A Global Journey,” a film screening and discussion of Richard Fung's Nang by Nang, organized by Rutgers Global

“Dalit Feminism and Femininity,” a panel discussion organized by the Dalit and Adivasi Women Working Group

“Engendering the Adivasi Question,” a panel discussion organized by the Dalit and Adivasi Women Working Group

A lunch conversation with Heather Booth, and a film screening of “Heather Booth: Changing the World,” organized by the School of Management and Labor Relations and the Center for Women and Work

Abolitionist Imperatives, a symposium organized by the Carceral Studies Working Group

“Korean 'Comfort' for US Troops,” a panel and discussion organized by Department of Asian Languages and Cultures

“For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Politics,” the Senator Wynona Lipman Chair in Women's Political Leadership Lecture with Donna Brazile, Yolanda Caraway, Leah Daughtry, and Minyon Moore, organized by the Center for American Women and Politics

2017-18

Estelle Lebowitz Visiting Artist Exhibition, “Mimi Smith: Protection and Other Time Considerations,” organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

Public artist lecture and reception with Mimi Smith, organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

“The Presidency in Black and White: My Up-Close View of the White House and Race in America,” the Senator Wynona Lipman Chair in Women’s Political Leadership Lecture with April Ryan, organized by the Center for American Women and Politics

“The Creative Life of Douglass,” organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

“Your Healing is Killing Me,” a performance and public reading by Virginia Grise, organized by the Department of American Studies

Panel Discussion and Speak-out on Gender and Race Equity, with Dana Britton (SMLR), Edward Ramsamy (Africana Studies), Charles Häberl (Department of African, Middle Eastern, and South Asian Languages and Literatures), Carlos Decena (Latino and Caribbean Studies & Women’s and Gender Studies), and Deepa Kumar (Media Studies), organized by Rutgers AAUP-AFT

The Creative Life of Douglass Reception and Panel Discussion,  organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

“Displaced Lives: Gender Based Violence, Refugees, and Resettlement,” organized by the Center on Violence against Women and Children

2016-17

Estelle Lebowitz Visiting Artist Exhibition at Rutgers University 2016-17, “Laura Anderson Barbata: Collaborations Beyond Borders,” organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

Public artist lecture and reception with Laura Anderson Barbata, organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

“La Extraordinaria Historia de Julia Pastrana,” a performance work in progress with Laura Anderson Barbata, organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

“Audrie & Daisy,” a film screening organized by the Center on Violence against Women and Children

“Living in the Shadows: Underground Immigrant Communities,” a group exhibition organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

Whose America? Democracy in a time of Division,” an event organized by various members of the Institute for Women's Leadership Consortium

“Shades of Shackles: Black Women, Incarceration, and Reproductive Justice,” a lecture by Dorothy Roberts (University of Pennsylvania), organized by Planned Parenthood Youth Rising Fellows

“Don’t Tell Anyone (No le Digas a Nadie),” a film screening organized by the Center on Women in the Arts and Humanities

Truth and Consequences: What We Know and Why it Matters,” the Senator Wynona Lipman Lecture with Joy Reid, organized by the Center for American Women and Politics

Neoliberalism: Spaces of Contention,” a conference organized by the Department of Sociology

2015-16

Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, solo exhibition by Chitra Ganesh, curated by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

Archipelagoes Lecture Series, Godfrey Baldacchino (University of Malta), organized by the Center for Cultural Analysis

"Global Africa" workshop, organized by the Center for African Studies and the Department of Anthropology

Archipelagoes Lecture Series, Françoise Lionnet (University of California Los Angeles), organized by the Center for Cultural Analysis

Public Lecture by Chitra Ganesh, Estelle Lebowitz Endowed Visiting Artist, organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

Archipelagoes Lecture Series, Elizabeth DeLoughrey (University of California Los Angeles) and Koichi Hagimoto (Wellesley College), organized by the Center for Cultural Analysis

TFAP@TEN: Exhibition in Honor of The Feminist Art Project’s 10th Anniversary,” organized by the Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities in partnership with Rutgers University Libraries

Archipelagoes Lecture Series, Craig Santos Perez (University of Hawai’i), organized by the Center for Cultural Analysis

Shaking It in the Morning: Contestation and Congregation in Harlem during the New Negro Era,” Shannon King (College of Wooster), organized by the Department of American Studies

A Global Perspective on Black Lives Matter,” Negesti Cantave (Institute for Social Ecology), organized by Douglass Residential College

Archipelagoes Lecture Series, Sherma Roberts (University of the West Indies), organized by the Center for Cultural Analysis

Archipelagoes Lecture Series, Elaine Stratford (University of Tasmania) and Brian Russell Roberts (Brigham Young University), organized by the Center for Cultural Analysis

Graduate and Faculty Workshop on Ethnic and Trans Studies, Francisco Galarte (University of Arizona), organized by the Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies, the Women’s and Gender Studies Department, and the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities

"Queer South By North: Sexual Dissidence Across the Americas," organized by the Department of Latino and Caribbean Studies, the Women’s and Gender Studies Department, and the Center for Social Justice Education and LGBT Communities

2014-15

Momentum: Women/Art/Technology, curated by the Institute for Women and Art

When Janey Comes Marching Home: A Talk by Dr. Laura Browder, organized by the Department of American Studies

Book Launch for Feminism Unfinished: A Short, Surprising History of American Women's Movements

"The Punk Singer, a film about Kathleen Hanna," organized by the Women's and Gender Studies Department

Sandra Ponzanesi, "The Postcolonial Cultural Industry: Film adaptations and postcolonial chick lit," with the Center for European Studies 

Steven Salaita, "Silencing Dissent: The University vs. Academic Freedom," organized by the Department of Women's and Gender Studies

Brittney Cooper, "From Righteous Discontent to Organized Anxiety: The National Association of Colored Women and the Creation of the Black Public Sphere," organized by the Interpreting American History Committee

"Negotiating Basics for the Academic Job Market," with the Office for the Promotion of Women in Science, Engineering and Mathematics, and the Office for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion.