Post-Election Gender Discussion on Nov 16

Join Gender Studies for an open discussion where we will address a range of topics, including gender issues in voting, women’s candidacies, gender and strategy, gendered implications of outcomes, and more! This discussion will be led by Dr. Margaret Betz, Assistant Teaching Professor of Philosophy, and Dr. Kelly Dittmar, Associate Professor of Political Science. Event … Continue reading Post-Election Gender Discussion on Nov 16

Join us Sept. 22 for the Summer Undergraduate Research Grant Edition of CURCA

Join us Thursday, September 22, for a special edition of the Celebration of Undergraduate Research and Education (CURCA), featuring the twenty undergraduate students who received Summer Undergraduate Research Grants. You will learn about the research these students conducted over the summer, from projects ranging from a study of nostalgia to the mathematical modeling of cancer. … Continue reading Join us Sept. 22 for the Summer Undergraduate Research Grant Edition of CURCA

Viewing and Discussion of “Testimony: 52nd Street and the Invisible Violence of UPenn” on April 27

Amelia Carter, a Black lesbian cultural activist and community organizer from Philadelphia, has directed a short film, “Testimony: 52nd Street and the Invisible Violence of UPenn,” which will be shown on Wednesday, April 27, from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., at the Digital Commons/Johnson Park. Refreshments will follow the discussion of the short stop motion … Continue reading Viewing and Discussion of “Testimony: 52nd Street and the Invisible Violence of UPenn” on April 27

Join Gender Studies on Oct. 27 for “Sexual Freedom in the #MeToo Era”

The Gender Studies Program will host Dr. Lorna N. Bracewell, Assistant Professor at Flagler College and the author of “Why We Lost the Sex Wars: Sexual Freedom in the #MeToo Era,” on Wednesday, October 27 for a discussion on that same topic. The event will take place at 11:20 a.m. Both virtual and in-person options … Continue reading Join Gender Studies on Oct. 27 for “Sexual Freedom in the #MeToo Era”

The Virtual Exhibit “Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry” is Now Open

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ new virtual exhibition, “Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry” is on view now. The exhibit will be available to view until December 11, 2021.  Featuring the visual work of writer and visual artist, Krista Franklin, this exhibition is inspired by Angela Davis – Seize the Time on view at the Zimmerli Art Museum … Continue reading The Virtual Exhibit “Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry” is Now Open

Africana Studies Presents “Stories from Home Care” with Dr. Cati Coe

The Africana Studies Program will host Dr. Cati Coe, Professor of Anthropology, for a conversation about her film “Stories from Home Care,” a 13-minute documentary exploring the life of a Ghanian home care worker, Madam Gifty Thompson. The film illuminates issues related to senior health care, West African immigrant labor, gendered experience, and the meaning … Continue reading Africana Studies Presents “Stories from Home Care” with Dr. Cati Coe

Join us April 13 for an Exclusive Preview of the Film “Lipstick and Leather”

Join the Gender Studies Program and the Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts‘ filmmaking concentration for an exclusive preview of the film Lipstick and Leather. The event will also feature a Q&A with filmmaker Amy Oden.  This free event takes place on Tuesday, April 13, at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Registration is required.  For more … Continue reading Join us April 13 for an Exclusive Preview of the Film “Lipstick and Leather”

CURE Presents “After 2020: A New Beginning for Political Activism and Civic Engagement?” on March 4

The Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) will continue its spring series on Thursday, March 4, at 12:30 p.m. with the free panel discussion, “After 2020: A New Beginning for Political Activism and Civic Engagement?”  Panelists will discuss their research on voting trends, electoral rules, and the influence of race, gender, and ethnicity on political … Continue reading CURE Presents “After 2020: A New Beginning for Political Activism and Civic Engagement?” on March 4

Join us Nov. 19 for “Women and Politics: Then and Now”

The Department of History, the Gender Studies Program, the Rutgers-Camden Honors College, and the Alice Paul Institute will co-host the event, “Women and Politics: Then and Now.” This free, virtual event will commemorate the centennial of women’s right to vote, and will examine the current status of women and politics coming out of the 2020 … Continue reading Join us Nov. 19 for “Women and Politics: Then and Now”

Dr. Kelly Dittmar Will Discuss “Gender and Intersectional Dynamics in Election 2020” on Nov. 16

Dr. Kelly Dittmar, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of Research at the Center for American Women and Politics (CAWP) at the Eagleton Institute of Politics, will present, “What Happened? Gender and Intersectional Dynamics in Election 2020,” on Monday, November 16, at 5 p.m. EST. This free, virtual event is open to all, though … Continue reading Dr. Kelly Dittmar Will Discuss “Gender and Intersectional Dynamics in Election 2020” on Nov. 16