Spring 2017

Tuesday, Jan. 31, 7 p.m., Campus Theatre (Market Street, Lewisburg)

1984 documentary, Los Sures.
The film focuses on the Puerto Rican and Dominican community in Brooklyn during the 1980s.

Wednesday, Feb. 15, 11:30 a.m., Elaine Langone Center, Rm. 241 C&D

Robyn Henderson-Espinoza (Pacific School of Religion)
“Taking Theory to the Streets”
Part of the 2016-17 CSREG Series Latinos in the United States.

Wednesday, Feb. 15, 7 p.m., Forum (Elaine Langone Center, Rm. 272)

Robyn Henderson-Espinoza (Pacific School of Religion)
“New Folds of Borderlands: Tracing the Figure of the Nomad through Difference and Becoming”
Part of the 2016-17 CSREG Series Latinos in the United States.

Monday, Feb. 27, 5 p.m., Gallery Theatre (Elaine Langone Center)

Rebecca Rogers (professor of history of education (Université Paris Descartes, Sorbonne Paris Cité)
"Expanding Women’s Horizons Education and Empire in 19th-century France"
Co-sponsored with French and Francophone Studies.

Thursday, March 2, 11:30 a.m., Elaine Langone Center, Rm. 241 C&D

Wilton Martinez Colloquium
“No Final Solutions”
Part of the 2016-17 CSREG Series Latinos in the United States.

Thursday, March 2, 7 p.m., Forum (Elaine Langone Center, Rm. 272)

Wilton Martinez, Ph.D., (Center for Visual Anthropology of Peru)
Film Screening and Q and A: Transnational Fiesta: Twenty Years Later
Part of the 2016-17 CSREG Series Latinos in the United States.

Friday, March 3, 2 p.m., Willard Smith Library

Career Talk with Pilar Garcia-Brown, Associate Editor at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Pilar Garcia-Brown's focus is on literary fiction and essays – she has worked on books by Angela Flournoy, Gina Ochsner, Samantha Hunt, Carina Chocano, and Chinelo Okparanta, among others.
Co-sponsored by the Creative Writing Program, the Stadler Center for Poetry, the Career Development Center, and the Department of Women and Gender Studies.

Friday, March 3, 6:45 p.m., Campus Theatre (Market Street, Lewisburg)

Film Screening, Hidden Figures
The amazing story of the African American women mathematicians who made the space program possible.

Wednesday, March 8, 4:30 p.m., Willard Smith Library (Vaughan Literature Bldg., Rm. 125)

CSREG Faculty Colloquium – Mai-Linh Hong, English.
“Resettling America: Refugee Law and Refugee Narratives”

Wednesday, March 22, 7 p.m., Gallery Theatre (LC 301)

Monica Paez, Political Art/Struggle.
Political Art as a Window into Moments of Historical Upheaval: A Colombian Perspective, will examine how Colombian artists have responded to turbulent moments in the country's recent history.

Thursday, March 23, 4:30 p.m., Traditional Reading Room (Bertrand Library, Rm. 213)

CSREG Faculty Colloquium – Scott St. Pierre, women’s & gender studies.
“Cuck: Meninists, Aardvarks, and Other Peculiarities in 21st Century Anti-Feminist Discourse”

April 5 - 8, Bucknell University

The Ethics and Aesthetics of Stand-Up Comedy.
See http://www.bucknell.edu/BUStandUpComCon for details.

Thursday, April 6, 6 p.m., Forum (Elaine Langone Center, Rm. 272)

Women’s and Gender Studies 2017 Distinguished Lecture.
“On Humor: Feminist Makeovers from Sluts and Other Social misfits”
Cynthia Willett, Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Philosophy and Affiliated Faculty in the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, Emory University.

Wednesday, April 12, 6 p.m., Traditional Reading Room (Bertrand Library)

“Dystopian Bodies: Religion, Food, and Gender.”
Alexandra Kleeman, author of the critically acclaimed novel You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine.

Monday, April 17, 7 p.m., Forum (Elaine Langone Center, Rm. 272)

Bill Flack, Department of Psychology, will lecture on his research team's annual survey results.

Wednesday, April 19, 7 p.m., Trout Auditorium

Rahama Wright, Founder & CEO, Shea Yeleen Health and Beauty, LLC., Member of President’s Advisory Council on Doing Business in Africa in Obama Administration. Will be speaking on African Women and Empowerment.

Faculty Colloquia

The CSREG faculty colloquia series enables Bucknell faculty to present their ongoing research and works-in-progress to fellow faculty members and students.

Spring presenters include Mai-Linh Hong (English) and Scott St. Pierre (Women's & Gender Studies).

See the full schedule

Reading Groups

The Center provides funds and support for both ongoing reading groups and groups associated with particular speakers or events.

A spring reading group, organized by Prof. Amy McCready (political science), discussed Our Bodies: Whose Property by Anne Phillips. 

Learn more about our reading groups
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