McMillan-Stewart Lectures

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Amahl Bishara: Against Fragmentation: Palestinian Women's Engagement Across the Green Line
Oct
3
5:30 PM17:30

Amahl Bishara: Against Fragmentation: Palestinian Women's Engagement Across the Green Line

Against Fragmentation: Palestinian Women's Engagement Across the Green Line

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Women's mobility across the Green Line that divides Israel and the West Bank is shaped by both traditional forms of economic and cultural practices as well as by Israel's gendered policies of division and enclosure of different Palestinian populations. 

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McMillan Stewart Workshop: Feminist Interventions in Armenian Studies, Armenian Interventions in Feminist Studies
Apr
7
9:00 AM09:00

McMillan Stewart Workshop: Feminist Interventions in Armenian Studies, Armenian Interventions in Feminist Studies

A workshop organized by Melissa Bilal and Lerna Ekmekcioglu, MIT History

MIT Campus, building 4 room 4-237

Sponsors:
MIT McMillan-Stewart Chair, Women and Gender Studies Program
Institute of International Education
Armenian International Women's Association
National Association for Armenian Studies and Research
Mirak Family Foundation

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Can the ‘Woman Question’ Be Answered?  The Curious Case of France, 1400 to the Present
Mar
21
5:00 PM17:00

Can the ‘Woman Question’ Be Answered? The Curious Case of France, 1400 to the Present

Biannual McMillan-Stewart lecture on Women in the Developing World:
Karen Offen, Senior Scholar at the Michelle R. Clayman Institute for Gender Research presenting Can the ‘Woman Question’ Be Answered?  The Curious Case of France, 1400 to the Present.

MIT Building 3,  Room 333
 

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