Speaking/Writing/Being: Centering Black Women’s Intellectual Production
Date / Time
February 26, 2021 - February 26, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Speaking/Writing/Being: Centering Black Women’s Intellectual Production is a new program being developed by the Women’s Leadership and Resource Center to create a supportive space for Black women graduate students to
- share their ideas and projects,
- engage in interdisciplinary conversations, and
- build relationships with other Black women students and faculty across UIC.
In this first iteration, we’ll be hosting a special edition of WLRC’s signature Feminisms Lunch Lectures series featuring UIC PhD students Sekordri Ojo (History), Krystal Madden (Learning Sciences), and Priscila Pereira (Mathematics & Science Education). After individual short presentations of their work, our guest speakers will participate in a panel discussion moderated by Dr. Jaira Harrington (Black Studies) about what it has been like to be a Black woman graduate student in their respective fields during these unexpected times.
Speaking/Writing/Being is a celebration of Black women’s intellectual traditions and experiences in diverse areas of knowledge. We look forward to seeing you there!
CART live captioning will be provided. Please send any questions or additional accommodation requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.