As part of the “Visualizing Reproductive Justice: A Call to End Fake Clinics” exhibit that showcased the art of the first GSFS-Chellis House Public Feminism Fellows on September 27, 2022, Dr. Virginia Thomas gave a talk entitled “The World Building Power of Queer Aesthetics.” You can watch Dr. Thomas’ talk here: https://vimeo.com/760040169
SOL will discuss the ways that rebels, freaks, and outcasts have been the catalyzers of major social and cultural transformations. Participants will reflect on nature as a diagram for cultivating self-love and receive tools for overcoming insecurity in pursuit of their greatest potential.
Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103
Ever heard about the researched “stages” of hookup culture? Have you wondered how substance use or power dynamics impact healthy consent practices? Do you want to use consent “right,” but it feels awkward, uncool, or interrupts the mood?
The Rohatyn Center for Global Affairs program on Global and International History presents Aparna Kapadia, associate professor of history at Williams College and ” Walking with the Mahatma: Kasturba Gandhi’s Political Life.”
Aparna Kapadia (Ph. D., SOAS, University of London, 2010) is a social historian of early modern and modern South Asia. Her research particularly focuses on western Indian regional cultures, identities, and power structures as well as the subcontinent’s links with the Indian Ocean networks.