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GSWS Undergraduate Masculinities Symposium

April 21, 2017 - 9:00am - 5:00pm

Undergraduate students from Pitt and other schools will present their research in gender/sexuality studies.

Keynote presenter: Writer Brian Broome

Place: 402 Cathedral of Learning

This all-day event features undergraduate research from across disciplines. 


Schedule:

Discussion with Ron Jackson: "Teaching about Race: Whose Intellectual Traditions Matter and What We Can Do About It?"

February 17, 2017 - 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Speaker/Participants: 
Prof. Ron Jackson

Cosponsored by the Depts. of Communication and Africana Studies, the Cultural Studies Program, the Year of Diversity, and the Humanities Center.

 

Round Table: “From Stonewall to the Supreme Court”

February 16, 2017 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Speaker/Participants: 
Round Table

This event is part of the Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences Open Door Project.

For more information on the project, see http://www.opendoor.pitt.edu/about

 

Lecture: "On the Sexual Genesis of Thought in Deleuze"

March 17, 2017 - 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Speaker/Participants: 
Matt Lovett, GSWS Visiting Instructor

Prof. Nash will lead a faculty/grad colloquium on her book The Black Body in Ecstasy (Duke UP).

January 31, 2017 - 12:30pm - 2:00pm

Participants are encouraged to procure a copy of Prof. Nash's book and read in advance.

This event is part of a cluster of spring term events on intersectionality. For more events click here.

GSWS Club Meeting

November 18, 2016 - 5:30pm

The GSWS club invites everyone to attend our next general meeting Friday Nov 18 at 5:30pm in room 242 of the cathedral! If you are a GSWS student or are simply intrigued by the topics of GSWS, we invite you to come enjoy tasty snacks, engage in constructive discussions regarding the recent election results, partake in creative activism with the It’s On Us t-shirt campaign, help plan our upcoming newsletter/zine, and kickstart our social media presence on campus! Everyone is welcome (bring your friends!) and leadership positions are available! If you have any questions, feel free to email us at gswsclub@gmail.com.

Iris Marion Young 2016

GSWS is so proud to be honoring 4 outstanding people working their hearts out for social justice:

http://www.news.pitt.edu/news/2016-iris-marion-young

Lecture: "Teacher Sex, Pupils and Masculinity"

April 3, 2017 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Speaker/Participants: 
Prof. Chris Haywood (Newcastle, UK)

Throughout the last 20 years schooling has received increasing media coverage especially around gender and sexuality. It has become an arena where cultural anxieties are being continually projected and temporarily resolved.  For example, concerns about boys failing, school pregnancies, sexting, sex education reveal the moral fault lines that underpin what is seen as acceptable and unacceptable. This lecture primarily focuses on media reports on sex between teachers and pupils in order to explore how such scandals configure gender. More specifically, it examines how the dynamics of age play an important role in emerging narratives of masculinity. Overall, the lecture suggests that such scandals create cultural disgust, they become desirable and necessary to stabilize gender and (hetero) sexual normativity. 

Co-sponsored by the European Studies Center.

This event is part of a cluster of spring term events on masculinities. For more masculinities events, click here.

Documentary Screening/Discussion: "The Abominable Crime"

November 10, 2016 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Speaker/Participants: 
With Maurice Tomlinson

Maurice Tomlinson will host a Q&A/film screening of The Abominable Crime, which will begin at 8pm in Frick Fine Arts Auditorium. The film explores the culture of homophobia in Jamaica through the eyes of gay Jamaicans who are forced to choose between their homeland and their lives after their sexual orientations are exposed. Discussion after the film. 

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