Please join us this week for a roundtable featuring this year’s WGS Summer Fellows, who will be presenting from their research. Each fellow will share a short paper, and a discussion will follow. Information on the fellows and talks can be found towards the end of this message.
The event will be taking place on Wednesday, March 9nd at 4:15pm (EST). The event will be run in a hybrid format—either in person in Gilman 17 on JHU’s Homewood campus, or via Zoom. All are welcome! For those who wish to join remotely, please email [email protected] to receive full details.:
Please, share information about the event with those who may be interested!
- Ella Gonzalez (History of Art): “Like Niobe, all tears”?: Re-examining the Niobid Krater through Feminist Revisionist Mythology
- Nafisa Haque (Islamic Studies): Civic Identity and Young Muslim Women in Madrasas in the U.S.
- Joyce Ker (Writing Seminars): This We Believe
- Yuna Kim (Anthropology): Covid-19 and Gendered Experience of Care: Everyday Life of Households on Jeju Island, South Korea
- Pyar Seth, (AGHI): An Examination of Congressional Action on Maternal Mortality: Home Visitation, Racialized Paternalism, and the Construction of Evidence-Based Health Policy