Monthly Archives: December 2015

SPRING 2016 Workshop Schedule

We have an exciting program planned for this SPRING! Come join us beginning January 22!

Spring Schedule 2016

January 22. Julia Woesthoff, Associate Professor of History, DePaul University

“Race, Religion, Nation: Debating Intermarriage in 1960s West Germany”

February 19. Diana Mincyte, Assistant Professor, Department of Social
Science. New York City College of Technology, CUNY.

“Gender Politics in the Shadows: The Racialization of the Rural/Urban Divide in Europeanizing Lithuania?”

March 11. Dr. Jessica Zychowicz, Postdoctoral Fellow, Munk School,
University of Toronto.

“Why Art Now? Kyiv Artists’ Visual Narratives of Identity, Gender, and Conflict in Ukraine”

April 15. Carol Silverman, Professor, University of Oregon,
Department of Anthropology and Folklore Program

“Gendered Migration of Muslim Balkan Roma: Work, Sexuality, and Ritual in NY and Germany”

May 20. Dr. Indira Kajosevic Skoric, Ph.D. Adjunct, Kingsborough
Community College, CUNY and SUNY/Plattsburg

“The Women’s Court and Gender Justice after the Last Wars in the Western Balkans” Read more of this post

Party for Ann Snitow’s new book

Please join us to celebrate the publication of

Ann Snitow’s remarkable new book,

The Feminism of Uncertainty: A Gender Diary

(Duke University Press, 2015),

a collection of 40 years of feminist thought and action

https://www.dukeupress.edu/the-feminism-of-uncertainty

 

Monday, December 14th, 5:00-7:00 p.m.

The Orozco Room

66 W. 12th Street, Room 712

Wine & light refreshments will be served.

Co-sponsored by Eugene Lang College, The Gender Studies Program and the Transregional Center for Democratic Studies

 

December 11: Emily Channell-Justice, “‘These aren’t your values’: Feminism, Nationalism, and Conceptualizations of Europe in Ukraine”

Ps200_emily.channell-justicelease join us December 11 for our last meeting of the fall semester. Emily Channell-Justice, Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology at the City University of New York will share her research on gender and the Maidan protests in Ukraine.

All meetings take place at NYU Center for European and Mediterranean Studies, 285 Mercer Street (between Waverly and Washington), 7th floor from 4:30pm to 6:00pm.