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  1. Amber Hollibaugh: A Movement for Liberation

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    Amber Hollibaugh talks about a the importance of a liberation framework centering low-income people and people of color for LGBTQ organizing. BCRW and The Engaging Tradition Project co-convened…

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    • Reina Gossett: Historical Erasure as Violence

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      Reina Gossett talks about learning and sharing histories of trans women of color, including Sylvia Rivera, Marsha P. Johnson, and STAR (Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries), as a strategy…

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      • Reconstructing the Popular Round Table at Stuart Hall Conference

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        This Round Table, "Reconstructing the Popular," featuring Jane Gaines, Rob King, Bruce Robbins, and chair E. Ann Kaplan, took place on September 24, 2015 at Barnard College as part of the…

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        • Caribbean Feminisms on the Page: Edwidge Danticat and Victoria Brown

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          Barnard alumna Edwidge Danticat and novelist Victoria Brown come together in the second event in the series, Caribbean Feminisms on the Page. This series places distinguished writers in conversation…

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          • Caribbean Feminisms on the Page: Jamaica Kincaid and Tiphanie Yanique

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            Distinguished writer Jamaica Kincaid, originally from Antigua, and debut novelist Tiphanie Yanique, who grew up in St. Thomas, come together with Barnard Associate Professor Kaiama L. Glover to discuss…

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            • Sister Helen Prejean (2001): Putting an End to the Death Penalty

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              In 2001, the Barnard Center for Research on Women invited Sister Helen Prejean to open the year's programming with the second lecture in our newly inaugurated "Women Seeking Justice"…

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              • Moving Across Disciplines and Genres: Teaching Shange

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                In “Moving Across Disciplines and Genres: Teaching Shange,” scholars, writers, and teachers explore what it means to teach Shange’s works as “embodied” texts. Using music,…

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                • Her Pen is a Machete: The Art of Ntozake Shange

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                  In “Her Pen is a Machete: The Art of Ntozake Shange,” scholars, writers, and artists explore Ntozake Shange’s genre-defying achievements and ongoing influences. From her invention…

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                  • “It’s OK to Create Art from Wounded Spaces”: Interview with Stacey Muhammad

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                    In this video, Barnard student Gabrielle Davenport, BC ’15, interviews independent filmmaker Stacey Muhammad, the creative force behind the successful web series For Colored Boys: Redemption,…

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                    • Tina Campt: Welcoming Remarks at Why Sex? Why Gender? Symposium Honoring Janet Jakobsen

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                      Tina Campt, incoming Director of the Barnard Center for Research on Women offers the opening remarks at Why Sex? Why Gender? Activist Research for Social Justice, a symposium honoring Janet Jakobsen's…

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                      • Janet Jakobsen: Closing Remarks at Why Sex? Why Gender? Activist Research for Social Justice

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                        Janet Jakobsen reflects on her fifteen years as Director of the Barnard Center for Research on Women in the closing remarks at Why Sex? Why Gender? Activist Research for Social Justice. Introduction…

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                        • Annette Gordon-Reed - Without Cover of the Law: Writing the History of Enslaved Women

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                          Drawing on her work about slavery at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, luminary legal historian Annette Gordon-Reed discusses the way law influences the portrayal of enslaved women and their families.…

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