Seminars

  • Founded
    1974
  • Seminar Number
    545

This seminar is devoted to the interdisciplinary study of women in their historical and social contexts, as well as feminist historiography. Among the topics the seminar considers are the status and function of women historically; cross-cultural and sociological perspectives on women; representations of women in literature, media, and the arts; women and ethics; and feminist theories of class, race, and sexuality.


Co-Chairs
Professor Maria DeLongoria
historydoc@icloud.com

Professor Emily Sohmer Tai
etai@qcc.cuny.edu

Rapporteur
Katy Habr
kjh2172@columbia.edu


All seminars will continue to meet virtually through Fall 2021. Meeting links provided upon RSVP. Meeting dates and times are subject to change.

Meeting Schedule

09/27/2021 Online Meeting
7:00 PM
Christine de Pizan and the Querelle des Femmes: A Reacting to the Past game in development
Jennifer C. Edwards, Manhattan College

Respondent: Emily Hutchinson, Mount Royal University (Canada)



10/25/2021 Online Meeting
4:00 PM
The Endurance of the Mare, an exploration of Balkan/non-binary identity and gender violence
Alyosxa Tudor, SOAS University of London (England, UK)

Respondent: TBA,



11/22/2021 Online Meeting
7:00 PM
Making the self through memory: An exploration of gender-based violence and white supremacy in the rural west
Jean Halley, College of Staten Island, CUNY

Respondent: Rita Reynolds, Wagner College



12/13/2021 Online Meeting
7:00 PM
Feeling you Near: Georgia O'Keeffe's Friendship with Mary Callery
Linda M. Grasso, Graduate Center, CUNY

Respondent: TBA,



01/31/2022 Location TBD
7:00 PM
TBA
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02/28/2022 Location TBD
7:00 PM
TBA
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03/28/2022 Location TBD
7:00 PM
TBA
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04/25/2022 Location TBD
7:00 PM
TBA
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