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Our faculty and students organize international and local conferences that bring communities together. They present at many workshops, seminars, and colloquia.

  • Bettina Judd
  • Saad Khan NWSA
  • Saad Khan NWSA
  • Ferguson Ayotzinapa. Poster Event
  • Saad Khan NWSA
  • Saad Khan NWSA
Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
"From Ayotzinapa to Ferguson, Fue el Estado: Indigenous Epistemologies and Transnational Solidarity in Response to State Violence," Decolonial Feminist Praxis: Centering Knowledge and Resistance at the Margins. Eds. Annie I Fukushima and K. Melchor Hall for Democratizing Knowledge Project Fellows. 2021.  Presentations, Projects, Publications, Essays Activism, Decolonial, Global Studies, Indigenous, Radical Pedagogy, Social Justice, Transnational, Violence and Trauma
Priti Ramamurthy. “The Delhi of Dostis: What kind of brotherhood?”, 2019 Antipode Lecture, International Sociological Association, Annual Conference of the Research Committee on Urban and Regional Development, India Habitat Centre, Delhi, 20 September 2019.  Presentations Oral History, Political Economy, South Asian
Catalina Velasquez, Keynote Speaker, 2019 UndocuQueer Conference, University of Washington, Samuel E. Kelly Ethnic Cultural Center. Presentations Immigration, Queer Studies
Bettina Judd, You Feelin Me? Knowledge and Being in Black Feminist Oceanographies, UW Geography Colloquium Series, 2019. Presentations African American, Feminism, Feminist Theory
National Women's Studies Association, Annual Conference, 2019. Presentations Feminism, Gender, Queer Studies
Womxn Who Rock Community Research Project, (Un)Conference, and Film Festival.  2010-present. Presentations, Projects Class, Collaboration, Community, Gender, Media Studies, Music, Race and Ethnicity, Sexuality, Women, Women of Color
The Crescent Moon Symposium, University of California, Los Angeles, May 4, 2018. Presentations 20th Century, Chinese, Gender, Intellectual History, Literature, Transnational