Public Lecture in Global Gender History

Wednesday 25th May

“Sexing Development: South-based Women’s Networks and the Politics of Feminism after 1975” Prof JOCELYN OLCOTT (Duke University)

 

Join us for the Centre for Gender History’s second annual public lecture in global gender history. We are delighted to host the speaker, Professor Jocelyn Olcott, on campus. Attendance is free but registration is necessary. Note that there will be no remote attendance.

Jocelyn Olcott is Margaret Taylor Smith Director of Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies, and Professor of History & International Comparative Studies at Duke University.

Any updates will be sent to the email address which you have used for registration on eventbrite. For any further questions, please contact arts-genderhistory@glasgow.ac.uk.

More information on the Centre can be found here: https://www.gla.ac.uk/research/az/genderhistory/

 

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