Interrogating and Applying Critical Intersectionality: Cross-Disciplinary Conversations on History, Epistemology, Methodology, and Application
- Beth Glover Reed, Associate Professor of Social Work & Women's Studies
- Charlotte Karem Abrecht, Assistant Professor in American Culture
- Elizabeth Armstrong, Professor of Sociology & Organizational Studies
- Elizabeth Cole, Associate Dean for Social Sciences and Professor of Women's Studies, Psychology, & Afroamerican and African Studies
- Larry Gant, Professor of Social Work & Art and Design
- Margo M. Mahan, Postdoctoral Fellow in Sociology
- Maria Cotera, Associate Professor of American Culture & Director of Latina/o Studies
- Nesha Haniff, Lecturer in Women's Studies & Afroamerican and African Studies
- Patricia Garcia, Assistant Professor of Information
- Petra Kuppers, Professor of English
1:00-2:15pm: Faculty panel on the history and epistemology of intersectionality theories
2:30-3:30pm: Faculty-led lightning talks and discussion on questions and tensions on methodology and conducting research within a critical intersectional framework
3:45-5:00pm: Brief lightning talks with faculty and graduate students on research and practice application of intersectionality theories
We recognize that graduate students have busy schedules and encourage you to attend whatever portion of the afternoon that you can.
If interested in attending, please RSVP: https://goo.gl/forms/1RSu7MKlIgtDN9pF3
Organized by the Critical Intersectionality Rackham Interdisciplinary Workshop.
Sponsored by the School of Social Work Critical Intersectionality Learning Community (CILC), Rackham Graduate School, and Institute for Research on Women and Gender (IRWG).
For any questions please contact Marisol Fila: email@example.com