Women’s & Gender Studies’ Spring 2018 Brown Bag Series lectures held one Wednesday per month at noon in CRT 904
Wednesday, February 28
“Carceral Precarity: Gender, Race, and Post-incarceration Geographies in Milwaukee, Wisconsin,”
Anne Bonds, Associate Professor of Geography.
Wednesday, March 14
“Sexuality, Love, & the Law of Polygamy: Feminists Rethink Frenchness in 19th-Century Algeria, Turkey, ‘the Kingdom of the Mormons,’ & France,”
Carolyn J. Eichner, Associate Professor of Women’s & Gender Studies and History, Chair, Women’s & Gender Studies.
Wednesday, April 18
“’What men can do, women cannot’: Significance of Gender, Race and Place for West African Women in Catalonia”
Ermitte Saint Jacques, Assistant Professor of Africology.
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