The Gender Studies Program of Northwestern University presents
The Edith Kreeger Wolf Conference 2000
November 2-4 in Evanston, Illinois
GENDER, RACE, AND REPRODUCTION: BODIES, IDEAS, CULTURES
What connections can we make between current advances in biology and the representation of gender in the arts? How do recent technological developments affect social policy decisions? How are bodies,ideas, and cultures reproduced across boundaries and generations? What effect do those reproductions have on the understanding of race and gender?
Invited speakers: Maxine Hong Kingston (keynote), Judith Butler, Hazel Carby, Rey Chow, Anne Fausto-Sterling, Martha McClintock, Constance Penley, and Patricia Zavella.
Northwestern University Session Chairs and Respondents: Nicola Beisel, Michelle Citron, Micaela di Leonardo, Bonnie Honig, Tessie Liu, Sandra Richards, Dorothy Roberts, Neena Schwartz, Eric Sundquist, Lydia Villa-Komaroff.
Keynote address: Maxine Hong Kingston, "Reproducing the Book." Lutkin Hall, 5 p.m. Thursday, November 2. Open to the public at no charge.
Friday and Saturday sessions are open by registration. For more information contact email@example.com or 847-491-5871 after August 31.
Conference Organizer: Fran Paden
Graduate Assistant: Karen Leroux
124 Kresge Hall
Evanston, IL 60208
1-847-491-5871 (after 1 Sept 2000)
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