Posts tagged CFR
It was a great privilege to see Sherene Razack speak today at an event organized by students at York’s Faculty of Environmental Studies. Time to thank the people -faculty, students and staff, who roll up their sleeves and make these things happen.
Here is another set of things you may wish you could be at:
Radical Formations: Sex, Race, Trans
How do social movements resist and react to new measures for legal equality? This interdisciplinary panel tackles this question via resistance to intersectional state violence, transgender people’s legal consciousness, and race-based critiques of rights.
Sharon Cowan, School of Law, University of Edinburgh
Roderick Ferguson, American More >
Have you read this book: The Reorder of Things: The University and Its Pedagogies of Minority Difference. Roderick A Ferguson, U Minnesota Press (here)?
I came across this notice via twitter:
On Friday, April 5th, Roderick Ferguson, Professor of American Studies at the University of Minnesota, will speak for the [Columbia] Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality’s Feminist Pedagogy series. He will be discussing his book The Reorder of Things (click here for the original notice)
First thought – Must get book
Second thought: Feminist Pedgogy series? Must get one of those!
This week at Yorku, April 5th and 6th, More >
Meg Luxton and Mary Jane Mossman (eds) will launch this IFLS/CFR sponsored collection tomorrow March 23, 2012, 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. FSCR (Founders 305) at York University. This book “examines current ideas about feminism in relation to knowledge, education and society, and the future potential for feminist research and teaching in the university context.” Click on the image to order through Fernwood.
Contents of Reconsidering Knowledge: Introduction (Mary Jane Mossman and Meg Luxton) • Part One: Feminism and the Academy: Revealing the “Other” • Feminism and the Academy: Transforming Knowledge? (Meg Luxton) • Cartographies of Knowledge and More >
Reconsidering Knowledge: Feminism and the Academy, Edited by Meg Luxton & Mary Jane Mossman
March 23, 2012, 2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. FSCR (Founders 305)
How has feminist thinking shaped what we know? Emerging from the lecture series “Feminist Knowledge Reconsidered: Feminism and the Academy,” held at York University in 2009, Reconsidering Knowledge examines current ideas about feminism in relation to knowledge, education and society, and the future potential for feminist research and teaching in the university context. Connecting early stories of women who defied More >