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Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Michael Pisapia presents as part of the 2014 WGS Faculty Colloquium Series

Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Michael Pisapia presents as part of the 2014 WGS Faculty Colloquium Series

Winona LaDuke presented "To Honor the Spirit of the Earth: Contemporary Indigenous Approaches to Sustainable Economies" on 9/23/13.

Winona LaDuke presented “To Honor the Spirit of the Earth: Contemporary Indigenous Approaches to Sustainable Economies” on 9/23/13.

Winona LaDuke (right) presented "To Honor the Spirit of the Earth: Contemporary Indigenous Approaches to Sustainable Economies" on 9/23/13.

Winona LaDuke (right) presented “To Honor the Spirit of the Earth: Contemporary Indigenous Approaches to Sustainable Economies” on 9/23/13.

Rev. Dr. Angela Yarber (left) presented "Queer Clergy, Gendered Bodies: Sexuality and Gender in Christian Worship" on 10/3/13.

Rev. Dr. Angela Yarber (left) presented “Queer Clergy, Gendered Bodies: Sexuality and Gender in Christian Worship” on 10/3/13.

Rev. Dr. Angela Yarber presented "Queer Clergy, Gendered Bodies: Sexuality and Gender in Christian Worship" on 10/3/13.

Rev. Dr. Angela Yarber presented “Queer Clergy, Gendered Bodies: Sexuality and Gender in Christian Worship” on 10/3/13.

LeAnne Howe presented "Choctalking: The Joys of Indigenous Travel Writing" on 2/24/2014.

LeAnne Howe presented “Choctalking: The Joys of Indigenous Travel Writing” on 2/24/2014.

LeAnne Howe Lecture

LeAnne Howe (right) presented "Choctalking: The Joys of Indigenous Travel Writing" on 2/24/2014. Left: WGS director Wanda Balzano.

LeAnne Howe (right) presented “Choctalking: The Joys of Indigenous Travel Writing” on 2/24/2014. Left: WGS director Wanda Balzano.

 

Videos from the 2013 symposium on Gender and Sexuality:

Revisiting a Theology of Justification for Homophobia in the Black Church –  Roger Hayes

Patriarchy, Gender Roles, and Cosmic Implications of Virginity in the Purity Ball — Lisa Page

Uterine Jesus: The Female Reproductive System as Theological Locus–Khelen Rhodes Kuzmovic

 

 Check out the 2012 “Women in Medicine at Wake Forest” Photos