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AAAS Black Women's Conference: "We Represent! Black Women and the Visual Arts"

“We Represent! Black Women and the Visual Arts”, Lyric Theater (300 E Third St)

• 8:00am: Breakfast

• 9:30am-11:45am: Hands on workshop with Sonja Brooks and Natasha Giles

• 12:00pm: Lunch

• 1:00pm-4:00pm: 4 Black Women Artists in Conversation. Moderated by artist/curator, Marie T. Cochran

Introduction and Affrilachia Overview by Marie T. Cochran

Elizabeth Asche Douglas

Charlotte Ka

Lynn Marshall Linnemeier 

Valeria Watson

 

Date: 
Saturday, March 25, 2017 - 8:00am to 4:00pm
Location: 
Lyric Theater

eLearning Modules

The five eLearning modules here teach core concepts in Feminist Studies. These modules were originally developed at the University of Minnesota, and are mirrored here as a convenience to University of Kentucky students and members of the community.

NOTE: These modules require the Flash plugin from Adobe, and will launch in a new browser window.

Anthropology Alumna is Editor of New Book on Changes in Appalachia

By Samantha Ponder
 
University of Kentucky alumna Rebecca Adkins Fletcher is one of the editors of the new book "Appalachia Revisited: New Perspectives on Place, Tradition, and Progress," published by University Press of Kentucky (UPK). The book's contributors explore how the Appalachia region has changed in recent years.
 

GWS welcomes our newest faculty member: Charlie Yi Zhang

Charlie Yi Zhang received his Ph.D. in Gender Studies from Arizona State University in 2013. After joining University of Kentucky in August 2015, he soon found his intellectual home in the Department of Gender and Women’s Studies. For the fall of 2015, he taught GWS 250: Social Movements and GWS 302: Gender Across the World—Transnational Perspectives and will teach GWS 200: Sex & Power and GWS 302: Gender Across the World- Masculinities during the spring 2016 semester. In addition to teaching, Dr.

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