Please join Harris College of Nursing and Women and Gender Studies for a public lecture on Israeli Healthcare and Social Issues presented by Dr. Rachel Adatta, Israeli doctor, lawyer, politician, former member of the Knesset for Kadima Chairperson of the Health and Welfare Committee, and first female gynecologist in Jersulam.
Contemplative studies is a growing field in the US that aims to supplement traditional “third person” learning with learning based on careful attention to and cultivation of mindful, focused “first person” experience. As such, contemplative pedagogy overlaps with feminist pedagogies that also seek to critique and supplement a purely traditional “third person” approach to various… Read more »
In honor of the 30-year anniversary of our Women’s History Month lectureseries (1986-2016), the Women’s and Gender Studies program at UT Arlington is hosting a sympoisum. The purpose of this symposium is to foster dialogue and networking among Women’s and Gender Studies faculty, students and staff for future collaboration across campuses; highlight cutting edge research in Women’s and Gender… Read more »
Public lecture on women in leadership, with special focus on women and the constitution, by Dr. Joyce McConnell, West Virginia University Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Thomas R. Goodwin Professor of Law