All meetings are from 12 noon to 1:30 pm. Lunch is served.
Nick Montfort will present Gender and Computational Poetry. Location E51-095
Meral Ekincioglu, visiting scholar at the MIT HTC (2014-2016), will present "The Grand Flirtation: Feminist Operation of Architecture at Princeton University in the 1960s - the 1970s"
14E-304 at noon. RSVP for lunch.
Elizabeth will present "Marry Out, Move Out: The Indian Act and Mohawk Girls." Channon will present "State Violence and Black Motherlines of Resistance Conceived from Disparate Roots." Location 14E-304
Fine artist Minoo Emami will present her current work "Art as Manifesto" Location 14E-304
Kishonna Gray, MLK Visiting Scholar in Women & Gender Studies and Comparative Media Studies/Writing will present Black Masculinity in Contemporary Gaming Culture. Location. 14E-304
Heather Hendershot (CMS/W, WGS) will present Chivalrous Pugilism: How William F. Buckley Tried to K.O. Feminism.. Location: 14E-304.
Feminist theorist Leigh Gilmore will present Tainted Witness: Why We Doubt What Women Say About Their Lives.
Fine art photographer Karin Rosenthal will present (TBD). Location: E51-095
Bettina Stoetzer (MIT, GSL) presents Un/Homely Europe: Tracing the Longue Durée of a Crisis.
Boston College professor of Romance Languages & Literature Regine Michelle Jean-Charles presents From the Image to the Text: Visual Culture, Rape Representation and the Rwandan Genocide.