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"Cultures of Dispossession: Feminism, Migration, and Displacement": a two-day series of events exploring the intersections among gender, sexuality, race, and migration in transnational contexts. Full program and event flyers attached.

Thursday 17th September:
Lunchtime Lecture with Eithne Luibheid (University of Arizona), 'Pregnant on Arrival: The Making of the Illegal Immigrant', 12noon - 1.30pm, JC Room E.

Film Screening and Panel Discussion, 'Crossing Over' (dir. Isabel Castro and Katrin Sorrentino, 2015), 4.30 - 7pm, JC Cinema.

Friday 18th September:
Symposium, 9am - 5.30pm Merten Hall, featuring invited speakers and a staged reading of 'Exile is My Home: A Sci-Fi ImmigrantFairytale' by Domnica Radulescu. See program attached for details.

These events are free and open to all GMU faculty and students; if you plan to attend the symposium on Friday 18th September, please RSVP here<http://bit.ly/1NZAQMB> for material and lunch purposes.



These events have been organized by faculty members of the Women and Gender Studies Program

and Philosophy Department at George Mason University, with co-sponsorship by the following GMU Departments and Programs: African and African American Studies; Center for the Study of Gender and Conflict; English; Global Affairs; Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning Resources; Mason Dreamers; New Century College; Philosophy; Sociology & Anthropology; University Life; & Women & Gender Studies.


Women & Gender Studies Center
MSN 5B6
Johnson Center 240K
703.993.2896
wgst.gmu.edu