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Cricket Keating co-authors LGBTQ Politics: A Critical Reader, NYU Press
Brettschneider, M., Burgess, Susan, & Keating, Christine. (2017). LGBTQ politics : A critical reader. New York, NY: New York University Press. https://nyupress.org/books/9781479834099/
American Sabor Book Signing University Book Store Saturday, June 2, 2018 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/172885493365487/ Please join the authors, Marisol Berríos-Miranda, Shannon Dudley, and Michelle Habell Pallan for a presentation of the 14-year trajectory of American Sabor, from museum exhibit to book. We'll play some music, have some conversation, and sign some books.
Interview with Sasha Welland, associate professor in anthropology and gender, women and sexuality studies about her new book. Featured on UW News 
Rabab Abdulhadi Stice Lecturer in Social Science May 23, 2018
The Department of Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies presents 2018 Stice Lecturer in Social Science Rabab Ibrahim Abdulhadi, Ph.D., Director and Senior Scholar, Arab and Muslim Ethnicities and Diasporas Studies, Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies/Race and Resistance Studies College of Ethnic Studies - San Francisco State University Teaching Palestine: Pedagogical Praxis and the Indivisibility of (Gender and Sexual) Justice
Logan O Laughlin with faculty and friends post-dissertation defense
The Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies is delighted to announce Dr. Logan O'Laughlin's successful defense of their Ph.D. Advisor Priti Ramamurthy:
GWSS graduate student, Christina Yuen Zi Chung, has a recently published article featured in Asia Art Archive titled "Gendering Her Art: The Category of "Woman in the Art History of Hong Kong." Asia Art Archive is one the the world's most significant archives of contemporary Aisan art and art in Asia.
Cricket Keating and Christina Chung attend Toward Decolonial Feminisms Conference May 11-13, 2018
Associate Professor Cricket Keating and graduate student Christina Yuen Zi Chung attended a conference titled "Toward Decolonial Feminisms” at Penn State University. The conference was inspired by the work of María Lugones, a philosopher, activist, and popular educator who has theorized widely about “the coloniality of gender”. More information on the conference itself can be found here: sites.psu.edu/lugonesconference/ 
Michelle Habell-Pallán was recognized by the Latino Center for Health for her excellence in scholarship, teaching and service and in recognizition of her promotion to Professor at the University of Washington at the 2nd Annual UW Latinx Faculty Recognition Event on Thursday, May 10, 2018.

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