The next recording from our Brown Bag series in Honour of Roxana Ng is Jasjit Sangha’s discussion of Motherhood, Embodiment and Adult Learning, recorded November 5th, 2013.
This presentation was more informal than the previous two events in the series, and created some interesting dialogue among attendees.
More information about upcoming events in the series here.
CWSE Associate Scholar and Writer-in-Residence Nora Gold has a new article published over at Haaretz, about Jewish feminist art. You can check it out here.
Nora is also the facilitator of our Wonderful Women Writers series, and the next event in that series is next week:
February 27th, 5–6:30pm, free. Room 2-212, OISE (252 Bloor St W, Toronto). Elizabeth Ruth and Ayelet Tsabari will speak about their work.
We’re slowly but surely uploading the recordings of the Brown Bag series in Honour of Roxana Ng. This is the second event in the series, back in Oct 2013: “Putting Intersectionality to Work: Theory, Research, & Praxis”, a panel facilitated by OISE professor Roland Coloma and featuring 5 OISE graduate students:
Ken Huynh — Embodied and Hidden Discomforts: Power and Marginality in Intersectionality
Marissa Largo — Rendering Difference: Identities in Filipino Canadian Contemporary Art
David Pereira — Stretching Beyond Categories that Constitute the “At Risk” Youth Subject
Sophia Papastavrou — Decolonizing the Cypriot Woman
Fritz Pino — What Difference Does it Make: An Intersectionality Perspective in LGBT Aging Studies
You can listen to the previous event in the series here (a discussion of “Journey to Find Myself Again documentary”).