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
GWSS Associate Professor, Sasha Su-Ling Welland’s new book Experimental Beijing: Gender and Globalization in Chinese Contemporary Art was unveiled at the 2018 Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference in Washington D.C. (March 22-25)
GWSS Associate Professor, Sasha Su-Ling Welland and graduate student Yiyu Tian attended the 2018 Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference in Washington D.C. (March 22-25) http://www.asian-studies.org/Conferences/AAS-Annual-Conference/Conference-Menu/Conference-Home. They participated in the following panel: Red Love and Love Red: Gendered, Sexualized and Affective Linkages of Socialist and Postsocialist China
fabian romero, second-year GWSS P.h.D. student will be facilitating a Self-Preservation Workshop on Saturday, March 31 from 1-4pm. This 3-hour workshop will provide participants with a Self-Preservation Zine workbook. This workbook and workshop will enable participants to practice inward reflection on our relationships to power hierarchies and how we can utilize this knowledge to build greater self-preservation strategies. Facebook invite: https://www.facebook.com/events/176901206402263/
Logan O'Laughlin has been awarded a Post Doctoral Fellowship in Feminist Environmental Studies for 2018-19. They will be joining the Program of Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies at Duke University and while there be expected to give a talk, teach an undergrad course, and contribute to the growth of feminist environmental studies. This is a terrific recognition of Logan's "fresh insights" (to quote their appointment letter) into toxic environments, gender and sexuality studies, animal studies, and racial formation in the US.
Alma Khasawnih has accepted a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Gonzaga University, were she will teach in the Communication Studies Department.