2019 Feminist Pedagogy Panel

Feb 13, 2019


11:30 am - 1:00 pm


Mitchell Memorial Library, Grisham Room

Gender Studies: 2019 Feminist Pedagogy Panel - #MeToo: #TimesUp for Patriarchal Narratives of Women's Lives, Work, and Sexuality

 

The 2019 Feminist Pedagogy Panel will be held February 13 from 11:30 to 1:00 in the Grisham Room. Gender Studies affiliates Nicole Rader (Dean’s Office/Sociology), Andrea Spain (English), and Tara Sutton (Sociology/Criminology) will be our featured presenters. The abstract for the panel is below. Many thanks our panelists, and to Kelly Marsh and the CTL for co-sponsoring this event! 

 

This event is open to faculty and to graduate students who are currently teaching or expect to teach at some point in the future.

 

Lunch will be served. Please register here: https://www.ctl.msstate.edu/events/.

 

Long-time frustration over the ubiquity of workplace sexual harassment and everyday sexual assault erupted in wave of activism beginning in late 2017, more than a decade after activist Tarana Burke began using the Me Too tagline. Activists called attention to gender inequities in the entertainment industry, media, education, corporations, sports, medicine, courts, government, and religion while refusing to be cast as passive victims. Drawing upon long-standing bodies of research that confirm the need for action now, three Gender Studies faculty will demonstrate their classroom techniques for deconstructing and challenging deeply entrenched patriarchal attitudes, behaviors, and policies.


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