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WGGP Graduate Forum

Event Type
Seminar/Symposium
Sponsor
Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program
Location
https://illinois.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KAVv9CDQSzOTfEQ9K3seIg
Virtual
wifi event
Date
Mar 5, 2021   1:00 - 4:00 pm  
Speaker
See complete list below
Cost
Free and open to the public
Registration
Registration
Contact
Anita Kaiser
E-Mail
arkaiser@illinois.edu
Phone
333-6221
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Originating Calendar
Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program (WGGP)

WGGP Graduate Forum

Friday, March 5, 2021

Zoom Link https://illinois.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KAVv9CDQSzOTfEQ9K3seIg

 

1:00pm               Welcome        

1:05pm               “Criminalizing Women’s Aggression and Moralizing Men’s Violence: Chinese  Police Officers’ Engendered Mediation Strategies”
Wenqi Yang, Doctoral Candidate, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Rita and Arnold Goodman Fellowship, 2018-19

                             Discussant: Jose Atiles, Department of Sociology

1:30pm               “Understanding the diffusion of transnational gender norms within biodiversity conservation planning in Bhutan”
Dikshya Devkota
Project Manager, International Union of Forest Research Organizations, Vienna, Austria
Masters in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences and GRID Minor, 2020
Barbara A. Yates Fellowship, 2019-20

                             Discussant: Charles Fogelman, LAS Global Studies

2:00pm               “COVID19, Education and Child Marriage: Investigating socio-cultural challenges  and navigating gendered access to technology in India” 
Ananya Tiwari, Doctoral Candidate, Educational Psychology
Due and Ferber International Research Award, 2020-21

                             Discussant: Angela Williams, Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

2:30pm               “The Horror of Grief and the Wounded Family: Reclaiming the Murdered Woman Story in Argentina”
Claire Branigan, Doctoral Candidate, Anthropology
Barbara A. Yates Fellowship, 2020-21
Rita and Arnold Goodman Fellowship, 2019-20

                             Discussant: Brett Kaplan, Comparative Literature and Jewish Studies and the             Initiative in Holocaust, Genocide, Memory Studies

3:00pm               “Feminist Analysis of Social and Solidarity Economy: Minority Women, Community-based Microfinance and Grassroots Community Development in Peri-Urban Iran”
Atyeh Ashtari, Doctoral Student, Urban and Regional Planning
Evelyne Accad and Paul Vieille International Research Award, 2019-20

                        Discussant: Asef Bayat, Department of Sociology

3:30                     Closing Remarks

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