A panel discussion on Human Rights in Nicaragua.
Panel discussion on maternal and infant health for Black birthing communities with authors of a new anthology.
Three visionary Arts Fellows come together to discuss the challenges they see, the changes they've inspired, and their hopes as they work towards a future #WithoutFear
Drawing upon organizational records, manuscript collections, newspaper accounts, and visual and textual ephemera, this study traces a long, conflicting relationship between Black and LGBT political identities that continues to the present day.
Join us on for a conversation on the collective translation of Gültan Kışanak’s book, “The Purple Color of Kurdish Politics.”
Gender: New Works, New Questions book panel
This panel aims to create opportunities to explore researcher experiences with incorporating inclusive and varied gender identities and expressions into the research process.
IRWG panel discussion of the recent Supreme Court case, including implications for the future of abortion access across the states and reproductive rights and justice in the U.S. more broadly.
Expert panel discussion around issues raised in the 2020 documentary PICTURE A SCIENTIST, which chronicles women's experiences in the sciences, ranging from brutal harassment to years of subtle slights.
Panel discussion of Abigail Dumes's new book on Lyme disease, contested illness and evidence-based medicine in the U.S.