Annual Theme for 2010-2011
Gender & Justice
We invite faculty, students, and community members to contribute to our program of events and to explore the relation between gender-based oppression and institutional narratives of ability, class, ethnicity, indigeneity, nationality, and sexuality. We will interpret the relation between gender and justice through an interdisciplinary lens, recognizing the interrelationship of advocacy practices based in performance, visual art, literature, education, social work, law, policy, and more. We are grateful for the support of the Embrey Family Foundation, which has generously funded the Embrey Women’s Human Rights Initiative.
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