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AMPLIFY is Dr. M. Francyne Huckaby’s second program as Claudia V. Camp WGST Research Award Winner. Dr. Huckaby is Associate Professor of Education and Director of the Center for Public Education. AMPLIFY invites TCU students, staff, and faculty to take, create, remix, and borrow images to express our strengths, concerns, and intersectionality by turning… Read more »
In Celebration of Native American and Indigenous People’s Day, join us for Dr. Farina King’s discussion of intersectionality and Miss Indian pageants. After being crowned Miss Indian BYU, Dr. Farina King started a long journey to understand the significance of Miss Indian pageants and the diverse experiences and identities of Native American women who… Read more »
Too often, the feminist classroom recreates Western hegemonic discourse in its representation of Arab and North African women. Focusing on the “plight” of these women, while ignoring the history of colonialism, pan-African and pan-Arab nationalist movements, global capitalism, and politicized religion, erases the very women these classes purport to represent. In this workshop, Dr. Abunasser… Read more »
Join us for this timely and important panel, discussing the current state of transgender rights and activism. Panelists will talk about work being done around the so-called “bathroom bill” in Texas, the recent ban on transgender service in the military, and more.