Time Travel Along the Borderlands y Fronteras del Ser Friday, March 15 + Saturday, March 16 + Sunday, March 17 at 7 PM – 9 PM Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center 517 E Pike St, Seattle, Washington 98122 Hosted by Gay City: Seattle's LGBTQ Center By Hijx De Su Madre: Alé Abreu, Norma Alicia Pino, Fabian Romero.
You are invited to the 9th Annual Womxn Who Rock (un)Conference Dance the Archive: Memoria Ancestral Free and all ages! WHEN: March 16, 2019 (Sat.), 2-5pm WHERE: Centilia Cultural Center: 1660 S Roberto Maestas Festival St, Seattle, WA, 98144
Sasha Welland, Associate Professor in GWSS, will take part in a roundtable and discussion titled Responses to Chinese Authoritarianism is association with the Symposium on China's Mass Internment of Uyghur and Kazak Muslims.
GWSS Associate Professor, Chandan Reddy, has a new article in GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, Volume 25, Number 1, January 2019 from Duke University Press titled Neoliberalism Then and Now: Race, Sexuality, and the Black Radical Tradition. Except from https://muse.jhu.edu/article/712689: Abstract:
The following information was provided by the Simpson Center for the Humanities and the Jacob Lawrence Gallery. The Black Embodiments Studio Danny Giles - Artist Talk January 22, 2019 5:30-6:30 p.m. Jacob Lawrence Gallery Reception to follow
Article from alum Kristy Leissle: Unmeltable chocolate and bean-to-bar: A cocoa expert highlights 3 sweet trends.
Regina Yung Lee is co-principle investigator on a National Science Foundation Grant, “Changing the Conversation with Humanitarian Engineering Context” (RFE Award #1763204). Alongside Jessica Kaminsky (UW Civil Engineering), Jennifer Turns and Cindy Altman (UW Engineering Education), Cristina Poleacovschi (Iowa State Civil Engineering), with postdoc Giovanna Scalone, our study examines the effects of engineering pedagogy on engineering identity.
Assistant Professor Manoucheka Celeste Wins Prestigious Diamond Anniversary Book Award from the National Communication Association for Race, Gender, and Citizenship in the African Diaspora: Traveling Blackness (Routledge, 2017).
Students in instructor Elizabeth Ramirez Arreola's GWSS 451 Latina Culture course created a Dia de los Metros altar/exhibit that participated this year at El Centro de la Raza. Following professor’s Michelle Habell-Pallan format for last year's class; this was the second year that GWSS 451 students set up a collective altar/exhibit for the annual event. This year the altar of Latinx Cultural Production class honored Latinx women identified as “Valientes, Guerrerxs & Persistentes” (Brave, Persistent, Warriors). Remembering Latina/x women that have historically paved the way,