Fall 2012/Spring 2013

The Peoples Voices of Social Justice: the methodology of intersectionality and cultural stewardship


Dr. Doreen Martinez
April 4, 2013
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Education Building, Rm 2Dr. Martinez is a Sociological ethnographic researcher at the University of Colorado Boulder and has been acknowledged with the acceptance in the Women of Color Leadership Project through the National Women's Studies Association. Her work focuses on methodological epistemologies and addresses how "to voice" and how to recognize various voices and our inherent stewardship responsibilities to our communities. Join the Center for Women's Studies and Gender Research as she shares these ideas, skills, and practical applications.


Negros da Terra, Negros da Guiné: Indigeneity & the Future of Black Labour


Dr. Shona Jackson
March 11, 2013
3:00pm - 4:00pm
Lory Student Center, Rm 214-216

Born in Guyana, Dr. Shona N. Jackson is an associate professor of English at Texas A&M University where she teaches courses in Caribbean and Black Diaspora Studies and Postcolonial theory. Dr. Jackson's talk focuses on the delinking of black and native identity under postcolonial nationalism.


Does Poverty Wear a Woman's Face?


Dr. Alison Jaggar
March 7, 2013
3:30pm - 5:30pm
Lory Student Center, Rm 214-216



Navigating Borders: Inclusive Approaches to Combating Violence


Dr. Celeste Montoya
March 6, 2013
3:30pm - 5:00pm
Clark A-101

Dr. Montoya is an assistant professor in the Women's Studies department at University of Colorado Boulder. While violence against women occurs across all borders, geographic and social, it does impact women in different ways. Thus, Dr. Montoya will discuss the importance of balancing universal framings of violence against women with intersectional analysis and solutions.