The Global South Gender and Sexuality (GS2) Collective is excited to unveil the lineup for its 2023/2024 speaker series.
As a part of the Global South Gender and Sexuality Studies Collective Series, Professor Durba Mitra (Harvard) will be giving a talk titled "Third World Feminism and the Crisis of Authoritarianism".
The Global South Gender and Sexuality (GS2) Collective aims to develop a multidisciplinary space for engagement with issues of gender, sexuality, and racialization through postcolonial, decolonial, and critical area studies approaches.
Moderated panel discussion with exhibit curators Grace Mahoney, Jessica Zychowicz and several of the featured artists. Presented in-person and on Zoom.
Gender: New Works, New Questions discussion of Prof. Annette Joseph-Gabriel's recent book on Black women's roles in the decolonial movements of the mid-twentieth century.
The “Transnational Feminist Histories” project hosted a nine-day feminist summer institute, organized by Professor Wang Zheng. Participants included young feminist students and scholars who have been working on the history of international socialist feminism.
Professor Amal Hassan Fadlalla featured at Woodrow Wilson Center
Sisters Fund recipient, Denise M. Saint Arnault seeks to understand barriers preventing victims of gender-based violence from seeking help in transnational study
Natalia Pushkareva, professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences, will provide a broad overview of the history of the women’s movement and feminism in Russia