This Wednesday, April 4th, we will have our Research Fellows Workshop, showcasing the research projects of the various recipients of WGS research fellowships from last year.
This cross-discipline workshop will take place in Gilman 400 and features:
- Sarah Harrison (IS): “Women of the French Revolution: A Feminist Realist Perspective:
- Samavia Khan (MCB): “Perspectives of Domesticity: The Overqualified and Underemployed Pakistani-American Muslim Woman”
- Jessica Ann Levy (History): “Black EmpowerMENt: The Business of Black Masculinity since Civil Rights”
- Respondent: Aaron Begg (English)
- Gillian Waldo (Film): “Cailíní Trioblóideacha/Trouble Girls: Irish Female Bodies as Weapons of Resistance”
- Anthony Boutros (Sociology): “The Enforcement of Non-Uniform Dress Codes”
- Dani Pitkoff (Writing Sems): “Artists, Scholars, and Goddess Worshippers: Modern Responses to Gender in Ancient Mesopotamia”
- Respondent: Ezgi Ince (CTL)
Come support these amazing scholars as they chat about their work and bring these projects into conversation! And enjoy the workshop with our light refreshments.