New location: EIT 3142
Corey Johnson chronicles the evolution of his work examining power relations in the cultural contexts of leisure. From gay bars to media consumption to the use of geo-social networking applications, his scholarship and activism captures the importance of considering identity politics and intersectionality when working for social justice.
We are pleased to offer lunch at the Gender and Equity Series. We appreciate you registering in advance so we can ensure adequate and appropriate food for everyone, but un-registered guests are also welcome. Registration is now closed but we have some space for additional attendees.
About the series
The Gender and Equity Series aims to promote gender and equity research taking place at the University of Waterloo, and to provide networking opportunities for equity-minded faculty, staff and students on campus. It is presented jointly by the Special Advisor to the President on Women’s and Gender Issues and FAUW’s Status of Women and Equity Committee.
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Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1