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ABOUT THE SYMPOSIUM

On behalf of the President’s GLBT Commission and the Women’s Studies Program, we would like to invite you to the second Symposium on Gender and Sexuality on Wednesday, April 13, 2011 in the Hadley Union Building (HUB).

Are you interested in learning what critical approaches – scientific, mathematic, literary, historical, political, rhetorical, ethical, philosophical, artistic, etc – we can examine gender and sexuality with in order to learn from them and from each other? Then the Symposium on Gender and Sexuality is a great place to start, where students, staff and faculty are coming together to present their research and experience on the intersections of these topics.

The days activities include workshops, 30-minute panels, and paper presentations. Whatever style you prefer to engage these topics, there is something for everyone.  The keynote address from Betsy Crane, Ph.D. on a topic yet to be announced.

A $5 donation to support a second conference on gender and sexuality is suggested for undergraduate students in place of a registration fee.  Prizes will be raffled off for those who give a donation.  For graduate students the registration fee is $5, and for faculty and staff the registration fee is $10.

We are really excited about this opportunity to learn from the members of our community through the variety of activities taking place. Feel free to stop in at any time throughout the day. We look forward to seeing you on April 13th!.

Andrea Martino-Harms, Beth Watson, Justin Martino-Harms, Paul Hershberger
Symposium Planning Committee

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