Feminist Futures Lecture Series 2016/2017

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Come and be part of the excellent scholarship, debates, and conversations reflected by  Women’s and Gender Studies at Carleton!

The Feminist Futures Lecture Series offers presentations of current feminist research being carried out by faculty associated with the Institute. Drawing from the rich interdisciplinary, intersectional research environment that marks past work and frames future endeavours, the Feminist Futures Lecture Series continues the development of critical intellectual and political spaces and knowledge-building around gendered issues. In this friendly but critically engaged space, you are invited to connect with a community of scholar-activists associated with Women’s and Gender Studies at Carleton University.

Tuesdays, 1:00 – 2:30 PM, 2017 Dunton Tower

Fall Lectures Abstracts and Bios

27 SEPTEMBER 2016 – Dr. Marie-Eve Carrier-Moisan: When Sex Tourism Goes ‘Graphic’

18 OCTOBER 2016 – Dr. Megan Rivers-Moore: “Gringo Gulch

29 NOVEMBER 2016 – Dr. Benjamin Woo: “Angry Young Nerds: Geek Culture and Toxic Masculinities

Winter Lectures Abstracts and Bios

17 JANUARY 2017 – Dr. Ummni Khan: Hurts So Good: “Rapey” Music as Fetish

14 FEBRUARY 2017 – Dr. Laura Horak: Tracing the History of Trans and Gender Variant Filmmakers

7 MARCH 2017: Florence Bird Lecture 

Past Feminist Futures Lectures