Radicalizing Care & Solidarity: Through Social Justice Organizing A Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies Event Moderated by GWSS Associate Professor, Chandan Reddy Friday, April 27, 2018 from 4:00-7:00 p.m. Location: HUB 250 (Husky Union Building) Radicalizing Poster
In resounding recognition of its promise, GWSS graduate student Yingyi Wang has been awarded three grants for pre-dissertation research in China on “Precarious NGO work and Neoliberal Governance in China." She received a grant from the China and Inner Asia Council (CIAC) of the Association for Asian Studies, with the support of the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation (CCKF) Short-term Research Travel; a Field Research Grant from the UW China Studies Program; and a 2018-19 research grant from the Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies. Congratulations, Yingyi!
Amy Bhatt, Associate Professor of Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County received her Ph.D. in Feminist Studies from GWSS/UW. She just published a new book titled High-Tech Housewives: Indian IT Workers, Gendered Labor, and Transmigration through University of Washington Press.
GWSS graduate student Iris Viveros Avendaño will be speaking about her participation in the EZLN/s International Gathering of Women's in Struggle in March 2018. Women's Zapatistas Encounter April 21, 2018 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Speakers: Iris Viveros and Laura Gonzalez Location: Casa Latina 317 17 Ave S Seattle, WA 98144 Facebook page: April 21 - Report Back
Improvisational Crossings https://www.improvisationalcrossings.org/ Saturday April 14, 2018: Research Presentations Communications (CMU) 120 1:45am-1:15pm Research Presentations 2
Bettina Judd and Briq House at the Seattle Erotic Art Festival Briq House and Bettina Judd will discuss Black Feminism, Black women in Sex work, and dimensions of Black Female Pleasure at the Seattle Erotic Arts Festival. Saturday, April 28, 20186:15 PM 8:00 PMSeattle Center Exhibition Hall301 Mercer StSeattle, WA 98109
POP Conference Like a Moth to a Flame Burned by the Fire: Recognizing Black Women’s Complexities in Popular Music A panel discussion with Regina N. Bradley, Timothy Anne Burnside, Bettina Judd, and Fredara M. Hadley Saturday, April 28, 20181:45 PM 3:15 PMMuseum of Popular Culture325 5th Ave NSeattle, WA 98109
GWSS Assistant Professor, Bettina Judd will give the keynote for the 12th Annual Student Research Colloquium at the Portand State University. Her talk, GLOSSOLALIA: Exploring Black Women's Technologies of Becoming will explore the creative methods that Black women have used to tell their stories.
Welland, Sasha. "Aesthetics ." Theorizing the Contemporary, Cultural Anthropology website, March 29, 2018. https://culanth.org/fieldsights/1353-aesthetics
Spring Honors Hearth April 5, 7-8:30 p.m. Maple Hall Great Room 1101 NE Campus Pkwy, Seattle, WA