December 18, 2018
Members of the gender, women, and sexuality studies department present at NWSA Conference
Three members of the gender, women, and sexuality studies department recently presented at the National Women's Studies Association Conference hosted Nov. 8-11 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Christie Launius, associate professor and department head, organized and chaired a roundtable, "Meaningful Assessment in Women's and Gender Studies: Challenges, Successes, and Strategies," at the Program Administrators and Directors pre-conference.
Harlan Weaver, assistant professor, co-organized a panel, "Envisioning Multi-Species Justice" and presented a paper on that panel, titled "Imagining Multi-Species Justice through Non-Human Eyes."
Rachel Levitt, assistant professor, organized and chaired a roundtable titled, "Managing Difference; Protecting Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Faculty in the Age of Diversity, Multiculturalism, and the Alt-Right" at the Program Administrators and Directors pre-conference. Weaver also was a presenter on this roundtable.