Fri., May 16th — Transnational Challenges to Global Empire: Cultivating Ethical Feminist Praxis

Friday, May 16th “Transnational Challenges to Global Empire: Cultivating Ethical Feminist Praxis” – UC Davis

3201 Hart Hall, 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. — Light breakfast will be served

The growth of feminist and ethnic studies has opened up new theoretical frontiers in social justice pedagogy and research. These interrogate the meaning of ‘the public’ in the context of systemic inequalities, combining postcolonial feminist theories of intersectionality with insights deriving from transnational feminism. Discussants are challenged to explore the ethical and methodological implications that arise from bringing the insights of US-based feminist work into dialogue with the work of transnational feminist movements.

Speakers include: Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Linda Carty, Paula C. Johnson, Dana M. Olwan, Amina Mama, Susy Zepeda, and Margo Okazawa-Rey


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