Presentations

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

New Geographies of Feminist Art conference sign
New Geographies of Feminist Art conference sign
New Geographies of Feminist Art conference sign
Women Who Rock 2012
Women Who Rock 2012
Women Who Rock 2012

Completed/published

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WWR 2017 Un-Conference Water is Life, Womxn Who Rock, Making Scenes, Building Communities (2017) Angelica Macklin, P. Michelle Morado-Peters, Fabian Romero, Iris Viveros Avendaño
Adviser: Michelle Habell-Pallán
Music, New Media, Oral History
Music, Arts, Skill Sharing, Traditions and Language  (2016) Adviser: Michelle Habell-Pallán Activism, Music, Oral History
Women Who Rock - Rocking Media Justice 2015 Women Who Rock - Rocking Media Justice (2015) Michelle Habell-Pallán Class, Collaboration, Community, Gender, Media Studies, Music, Race and Ethnicity, Sexuality, Women, Women of Color
Women Who Rock 2012 2012 Women Who Rock (Un)Conference (2012) Collaboration, Community, Women, Women of Color
New Geographies of Feminist Art conference sign New Geographies of Feminist Art: China, Asia + the World (2012) Sasha Su-Ling Welland Anthropology, Art, Art History, East Asian, Feminism, Public Art, South Asian, Southeast Asian, Transnational, Visual Culture

Forthcoming

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Ethnography & Design: Mutual Provocations (2016) Sasha Su-Ling Welland Design, Ethnography
Jiwoon Yu-Lee, Ph.C., has been selected for the 2015 SSRC Korean Studies Dissertation Workshop (2015) Jiwoon Yu-Lee Korean, Labor
South Asia Feminist Preconference 2014 (2014) Priti Ramamurthy Animal Studies, Anthropology, Feminist Theory, Gender, South Asian

Ongoing

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Lauren OLaughlin and Jey Saung CLIP Fellows Program CLIP Fellows Program (2017) Lauren O'Laughlin, Jey Saung Queer Studies, Radical Pedagogy, Reproduction, Sexuality, Transgender Studies