This event is a part of The Boston Seminar on the History of Women, Gender, and Sexuality. Featured speakers will include Wendy Bergeron of Winnacunnet High School, Marlin Kann of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, Miriam Morgenstern of History UnErased, and Susan Geiger, a Primary Source. Victoria Cain of Northeastern University will moderate.
Come celebrate the magazine launch of Intro to Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies. We are hosting a fun event where we will present our magazine “Sexpectations” for the first time. Come grab some food (pizza, chips and guac), read some articles, and meet the authors!
This action-packed fast paced thriller by David Fincher (2012) may leave us breathless—but its sexual violence, voyeurism and gender-bending gaze take on special resonance in this cultural moment of #Me Too. Join us for a discussion of the film. Presenter: Emily Fox- Kales, PhD, a clinical psychologist who specializes in the treatment of eating disorders…
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Join us for a poetry reading by LOUISE GLÜCK. Books will be available for purchase. The event will take place in the Thompson Reading Room at Barker Center on Harvard’s campus. Event is free and open to the public.
Join Professor Sari Altschuler, a Fellow of the Northeastern Humanities Center for “Touching the Scarlet Letter: What disability history can teach us about literature”, a presentation of the Faculty Works-in-Progress Colloquium Series. Lunch and beverages will be served.
A panel and Q&A in collaboration with Amnesty International..
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Join NU Pride and the LGBTQA Resource Center as they welcome Miss Major for an evening of reflection on her decades of activism. Miss Major is a black, trans woman activist who has been a community leader for trans rights with a particular focus on women of color. Her activism has stretched over 5 decades…
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A Hatha and Vinyasa style class designed with trauma survivors in mind. Led by Shelby Dwyer, LMHC, RYT 200. This event is part of Sexual Assault Awareness Week. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Professor Moya Bailey, a Fellow of the Northeastern Humanities Center for “Transforming Misogynoir: Black women’s digital resistance in US culture”, a presentation of the Faculty Works-in-Progress Colloquium Series. Light refreshments and beverages will be served.
Let’s break the SILENCE. Listen to survivors in our community share their stories. This event is part of Sexual Assault Awareness Week.