Diversity: Expanding Theory and Practice

Thursday, September 23, 2004
Interrogating Diversity: Challenges for the Twenty-first Century
A roundtable discussion featuring Rutgers faculty
Jasbir Puar, Women's and Gender Studies
Herman Bennett, History; Chair, FAS Committee on Race and Ethnic Studies
Joan Scott, Institute for Advanced Study; History

Thursday, October 14, 2004
"Excess Flesh: Black Women Performing (Hyper)Visibility"
Nicole R. Fleetwood
American Studies, University of California at Davis

Thursday, November 18 
"The Campaign for Same-Sex Marriage: Why Now? Why Not?"
John D'Emilio
History and Gender & Women’s Studies, University of Illinois, Chicago

Thursday, January 27
"Home Matters: The Places of Chicana Feminist Theories in Latino/a and Women's Studies"
Sonia Saldivar-Hull
Women’s Studies & Chicano Studies, University of Texas, San Antonio

Thursday, March 24
"Somebody Else's Child: How We Became a Nation of Children in Exile"
Mari Matsuda 
Law, Georgetown University

Wednesday, April 6
"We’ve Got Game: Faculty Initiatives for Diversity"
Cheryl A. Wall
English, Rutgers




The 2004-2005 lecture series poster (.pdf) is available for download.