Posts tagged CFR
November 28 at York: Problematizing international discourses on displacement and sexual violence in Central Africa | Centre for Refugee Studies
Centre for Refugee Studies celebrates 25 years with a keynote address by
Thursday, November 28th 3:00pm – 5:00pm
Room 519, Kaneff Tower Yorku
Problematizing International Discourses on Displacement and Sexual Violence in Central Africa
Dr. Daley’s latest publication is titled “Refugees, idps and Citizenship Rights: the perils of humanitarianism in the African Great Lakes region”. It can be found here.
Her principal research interests are on the intersection between global geo-politics, militarism, masculinities, genocidal violence, humanitarianism and forced migration in East and Central Africa. She More >
Wed 25 Sept The Mirage of Merit: Reconstituting the ‘Ideal Academic’ with Professors Margaret Thornton & Lorraine Code
IFLS and CFR (Centre for Feminist Research at York) are pleased to co sponsor this talk & commentary. Professor Margaret Thornton of ANU will present her work, The Mirage of Merit followed by comments from Professor Lorraine Code.
Light refreshments will be available.
Room 2003 IKB (Osgoode Hall Law School) 1230 – 2PM September 25, 2013
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by clicking here.
Professor Thornton is stopping at Osgoode en route to U of Alberta Law School’s conference “The Future of Law School” where she her contribution will be titled: The Challenge for Law Schools of Sustaining a Liberal Education in a Marketised Climate. Her More >
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 >