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Northeastern reflects on sex, gender, and justice

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"Sex, Gender, and Justice" marked the eighth installment of “Con­flict. Civility. Respect. Peace. North­eastern Reflects,” the university’s edu­ca­tional series on civic sus­tain­ability, where an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary panel of North­eastern pro­fes­sors explained how gender injus­tice has informed their research.

Stu­dents, fac­ulty, and staff con­vened on Wednesday evening to examine the growing need for gender justice.

The event marked the eighth install­ment of “Con­flict. Civility. Respect. Peace. North­eastern Reflects,” the university’s edu­ca­tional series on civic sus­tain­ability, where an inter­dis­ci­pli­nary panel of North­eastern pro­fes­sors explained how gender injus­tice has informed their research.

Recog­ni­tion of diver­sity and plu­rality is essen­tial to building a strong campus as well as a fully func­tioning society,” Dean Uta Poiger.

The panel com­prised Libby Adler, a pro­fessor in the School of Law; Gabriel Arkles, an asso­ciate teaching pro­fessor in the School of Law; Moya Bailey, a dean’s post­doc­toral fellow in the Col­lege of Social Sci­ences and Human­i­ties, and Ben­jamin Schmidt, an assis­tant pro­fessor in the Depart­ment of His­tory.

Recog­ni­tion of diver­sity and plu­rality is essen­tial to building a strong campus as well as a fully func­tioning society,” Uta Poiger, dean of the Col­lege of Social Sci­ences and Human­i­ties, said in her wel­coming remarks.

Read the full news@Northeastern story here. 

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