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This conversation is centered around asking a vital question: How do people understand feminism in 2021?
There will be four panelists, who together represent a wide cross-section of Wagner College. They will open the dialogue by presenting some of their views on how they understand the term and how they see others as understanding it. We will then open it up for a dialogue with the community. We will be discussing, among other things, feminist terminology, contemporary attitudes toward feminism, and historical trends within it. Participants can expect to get a glimpse of some nuanced understandings of feminism and may end up questioning some of their own assumptions about it.
Dr. Bernadette Ludwig, Associate Professor/Chair, Sociology Department
Dr. Cyril Ghosh, Associate Professor/Chair, Government & Politics Department
Nicole Ntumba, Area Coordinator, Residential Education
Sidiq Soulemana, Assistant Director, Center for Intercultural Advancement
Registration for this virtual event is available here.
For additional details on Women's History Month events visit the Center for Intercultural Advancement Website.