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Women Studies Research Symposium

Women and Gender Studies Research Symposium


As part of Women's History Month, the Women and Gender Studies Program holds a day-long symposium to showcase work at Buffalo State College and other local colleges related to women, gender, and sexuality.  Faculty, staff and students are invited to present their work at the symposium.  Relevant work can include research, other scholarship, and creative endeavors.



Friday, March 30, 9:00am-4:15pm
Burchfield Penney Art Center Auditorium
Refreshments provided

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Presentations Will Include:

Sokari Douglas Camp: An Art of Gendered Violence in the Niger Delta

Nicki Minaj Plays with Barbies: the Black (Queer) Female Body and   Perversity in Hip Hop
Misogynist Images in Advertising

Examining the Literacy Gender Gap

Courts’ Responses to Teen Dating Violence in New York State

Composing Gender and Class:  Paraguayan Letter Writers during the Chaco War

Also, join us for a Curator’s tour of the exhibit, Storyboard: The Sexual Politics of Jackie Felix


You can download the complete schedule for the symposium here.  For more information about the Women and Gender Studies Research Symposium, please contact Dr. Jennifer Ryan.


Women and Gender Studies