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Please join us for our upcoming events! 

Friday 3/15 - Spring 2019 Colloquia - Dr. Rocío Quispe-Agnoli

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Is it possible to imagine national histories written by women? If yes, would this be an expression of gendering historical discourse with an equal value as the official one written by male authors? And what does it mean to be a woman author?

Dr. Rocío Quispe-Agnoli gives her colloquia talk on Friday, March 15 in 303 International Center. Stop by at 1:30 p.m. to attend!

Friday 3/29 - 5th Biennial Undergraduate Research Showcase

The Center for Gender in Global Context (GenCen) invites MSU undergrad students to present research exploring issues of gender, women, and sexuality locally, nationally, and globally for its fifth biennial undergraduate research conference on Friday, March 29, 2019. The showcase, entitled "New Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality: an Undergraduate Showcase," is designed to inspire undergraduate research on women, gender, and sexuality and contribute to the advancement of a focused learning community for students and faculty. This event will provide an opportunity for undergraduates to present their work on these topics in a professional setting and receive feedback, as well as allow them to connect, network with, and learn from graduate students, faculty, and other undergraduates in similar fields. The event will also feature Keynote Speaker Dr. Jacqueline Rhodes!

Did you miss out on registering? No problem! You can still attend the event; however, the free lunch is only provided by pre-registered attendees.

More info on our website.

Thursday 4/4 - It's On Us Week of Action - Keynote Speaker: Gail Stern

Dr. Gail Stern is the co-founder of Catharsis Productions, co-author of the non-stranger rape prevention program Sex Signals, and author of the programs, Beat the Blame Game, and Teaching Rape as a Moral Issue

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Dr. Stern will be presenting The Canary in the Coal Mine as the keynote for the spring 2019 It's On Us Week of Action. This presentation utilizes the ongoing debate over whether or not rape jokes are appropriate to explore the foundations of rape culture in a meaningful and accessible way. The Canary in the Coal Mine will highlight what factors support sexual violence within popular and military cultures, drawing on research from the fields of moral development education, bystander intervention, and sexual violence prevention education.

Join us for Dr. Stern's presentation on Thursday, April 4 in Room 1300 of the FRIB. The first session will be held from 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. and the second will be held from 5:30 - 7:00 p.m. Feel free to attend one or both events! Light refreshments will be provided.

Thursday 4/18 - DATE CHANGE - 2nd Annual Graduation Celebration

GenCen's Second Annual Graduation Celebration Flyer.jpgJoin graduating seniors, current students, alumni, and friends in a celebration of the Women's & Gender Studies and LBGTQ & Sexuality Studies programs! Come dressed to celebrate at the Cowles House from 5:00-7:00p.m. Free food, free music, and free LinkedIn headshots! 

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