Beyond Prevalence: The Next Generation of Research on Campus Sexual Assault
Thursday, October 5th
Jerome Greene Hall - Room 701 (Case Lounge)
Presented by the Center for the Study of Social Difference's "Reframing Gendered Violence" Project
The Reframing Gendered Violence Project seeks to critically explore gender and violence in our societies, in popular culture, and in literature and thought. This panel is the first in the Reframing Gendered Violence series to be offered during the Fall 2017 semester, and we are pleased to have a diverse panel of speakers to address the complicated issue of research and discourse on sexual assault on campuses.
Director of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
Director, Feminist Research Institute
University of New Mexico
Steve Hicks School of Social Work
The University of Texas at Austin
Division of Global Public Health, Department of Medicine
University of California San Diego
Principal and Co-Founder, Applied Research Services
Moderator: Jennifer Hirsch, Columbia University
Reframing Gender Violence is supported by the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law, Women Creating Change, and the Dean of Humanities at Columbia University.
This event is free and open to the public. If you require disability accommodations to participate or attend this program please contact Liz Boylan, Associate Director for the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law at [email protected] or 212.854.0167.
This event is free and open to the public. No RSVP is required.