March 18th-22nd, 2013!
Sponsored by the Carolina Women’s Center
The theme for Gender Week 2013 is “Mapping the Margins.” Our goal is to encourage the campus and greater communities to better understand and map the intersections of identity and examine the ways that gender, race, class, etc. influence our daily lives. The intersectional focus of Gender Week will challenge us to reexamine the assumptions and actions that make up our habits, while having in-depth discussions of context and history to illuminate many truths about our identities and experiences that are often ignored.
We’ll be hosting events throughout the week that highlight at least one aspect of the intersectional identities that impact our daily experiences. Join the Facebook event and invite your friends!
Monday 18 March
7:00pm Jaclyn Friedman Keynote Presentation, Stone Center Auditorium
Tuesday 19 March
12:00pm The Importance of Intersectional Research, Jameta Barlow, Hitchcock Room, Stone Center
7:00 pm “Mama C: Urban Warrior in the African Bush” Film and Discussion,” Stone Center Multipurpose Room
Wednesday 20 March
10:00am-2:00pm Wage Gap Bake Sale, The Pit
1:00-2:30pm “Identity and Gender: Intersections and Opportunities,” Toy Lounge, Dey Hall
4:00-5:00pm Spoken Word and Music performance by Charlotte O’Neal, a.k.a. Mama C, Ackland Art Museum
Thursday 21 March
1:00-2:30 pm University Awards for Advancement of Women, Anne Queen Faculty Commons Room, Campus Y
7:00 pm Ackland Film Forum screening: Pariah (Dee Rees, 2011), Varsity Theatre, Franklin Street
Friday 22 March
11:00am-12:30 pm Chat with the Chancellor, Anne Queen Faculty Commons Room, Campus Y
7:00-8:00pm EROT Performance featuring Testimonies from UNC Workers, Stone Center Auditorium