Western University, Twenty-First Century Feminism and the Academy, Oct 19/13

Sep 29, 2013 Nov 15, 2013

Western University, The Royal Society of Canada, and The Department of Women's Studies and Feminist Research, Western, invite you to a Royal Society of Canada Taboo Topics Forum on:

Twenty-First Century Feminism and the Academy
Oct. 19, 2013
9:30am -6:00pm
David S. Chu International Student Centre, Western University
2130 WSSB

Four distinguished speakers will address the challenges of incorporating feminism and issues of diversity in contemporary Canadian Universities. Featured Speakers
Carla Fehr
Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy, Philosophy, University of Waterloo
Excellent science: of the people, by the people, for the people

Frances Henry,
Professor Emerita, York University
Racialization, Gender and the Academy

Diana Majury
Law and Legal Studies, and Associate Dean, Faculty of Public Affairs, Carleton University
Outwitting the Dragon: the Paperbag Princess in the 21st Century

Scott Morgensen
Gender Studies, Queen’s University
Indigenous Feminism and Settler Sovereignty: Responding to Idle No More

The talks will also be available on internet live-feed, and as podcasts at UWO

To register please contact: Alicia McIntyre, McIntyre or visit UWOregister for the online registration form.

Early registration by Oct. 4, 2013 –includes lunch and refreshments
$15, late $30 -- Faculty/Waged
Free, late $10– Graduate Student/Unwaged Free – Undergrad UWO Student

For more information please contact: Helen Fielding, Fielding

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