Please join the Graduate Consortium in Women’s Studies (GCWS) at MIT (Building Four, rooms 159 & 163) on
Saturday, March 28th,
for the Power and (In)Visibility Graduate Symposium.
For more about the event, including a schedule, click here.
This exciting and interdisciplinary symposium features cutting-edge work across various fields of graduate study with presentations ranging from LGBT representation in comic books to theorizing digital performativity. Panel topics for the day include queer identities, visual representations of race and ethnicity, space and place, theorizing gender, literary analysis, and transnational labor, political, and children’s issues. The day will conclude with a keynote speech by Professor Elora Halim Chowdhury.
This event is free and open to the public. Please register here by March 18th.