Indigenous Feminisms Speaker Series – Friday, Oct. 20

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The third installment of the Department of American Indian Studies “Indigenous Feminisms” speaker series is happening next Friday, October 20th at the Intellectual House.

The theme is a Loving Rebellion and both speakers will be discussing issues of violence against women, particularly indigenous women, and their research and grassroots work to bring this topic to light. Please join us!

Academic: Collaborations in Feminism & Technology

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There will be two offerings of Collaborations in Feminism & Technology course at the University of Washington.

The undergrad version is through the Gender Women & Sexuality Studies Department and will be offered in Autumn 2015.  The graduate level course will be offered through the Information School (INFX 598) and will be offered in Spring 2016 (flyer for this will be sent out at a later date). The undergraduate course is open to all majors and will be a face to face course.

Carla DeSantis talk 4/29 1:30pm Miller 301

Highly recommended to anyone interested in the music industry, journalism, cultural production, feminism and/or women who rock!  The Women Who Rock Collective at the UW, with funding from GPSS and the Women Studies Department, presents:

Carla DeSantis
Speaking Out for Women in Music
Thursday, April 29, 2010
1:30 – 2:20pm
301 Miller Hall
FREE and open to the public

Carla DeSantis is the nation’s leading advocate for women in rock. A former musician and music industry veteran, Carla rose to prominence as the founder, publisher and editor-in-chief of the ground-breaking and award-winning ROCKRGRL Magazine (1994-2005), the only national publication for female musicians.

An entertaining lecturer, her mission is to shine a light on the past and present challenges for women in music. Carla believes the key to success for women in rock is to encourage the music industry to increase the visibility of inspirational female role models and ensure that women’s voices are represented and heard.

Sponsored by GPSS and the Department of Women Studies