As a field, Women’s and Gender Studies [WGS] integrates feminist theories and practices to challenge socio-economic, philosophical, representational, and political hierarchies. WGS both contests multiple forms of oppression and transforms knowledges, institutions, policies, representations, and social relations. Via diverse methodological practices, WGS scholars investigate how gender relations and practices are embedded in, and shaped by, a wide range of social, political, material, and cultural realities.
We hope you will join us for a Brown Bag Discussion by Professor Eunjung Kim, "Along the 'Edges' of Intersectionality," on Tuesday, October 20th, 2015 in The Humanities Center Library (Tolley) at 12:30 pm.
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Please welcome Eunjung Kim to the faculty of the Women's and Gender Studies Department! Dr. Kim's areas of research expertise include Feminist disability studies; disability and the media; sexuality studies; and Korean cultural history of disability, gender, and sexuality [20th century].