Gender Studies

2016 Apr 06

Dancing Bodies, Learned Ladies, and Elastic Moralities in Ancient Rome

4:15pm to 5:45pm

Location: 

Smith College. Neilson Library Browsing Room

RCC is pleased to announce this talk by RCC Fellow Zoa Alonso Fernández, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of the Classics at Harvard University.

Abstract: Taking into account a series of Latin elegiac poems and satiric epigrams as well as funerary inscriptions from the Early Imperial Period… Read more about Dancing Bodies, Learned Ladies, and Elastic Moralities in Ancient Rome

2015 Jan 23

The West African Universes and Multi-culturalism through the Voice of a Female Write

Registration Closed 10:00am to 11:30am

Location: 

RCC, 26 Trowbridge. Cambridge MA 02138

Registration: 

An interdisciplinary workshop to get familiarized with the kaleidoscopic West African paradigm, its postcolonial context and the socio-cultural aspects brightly portrayed by the francophone voice of Ken Bugul, one of the most representative African female writers. The workshop presents an opportunity to gain academic skills for a better analysis and deeper understanding of the West African universes in an exchange of emerging ideas and multidisciplinary knowledge.

Contact: Alba Rodríguez García.

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