Posted by Jayme Blaschke
University News Service
February 8, 2011
The Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies’ Women and Gender Research Collaborative at Texas State University-San Marcos will host Women and Gender, Population, and the Environment: Toward a Greater Understanding of the Intersections Between Social and Reproductive Justice, Health, and Sustainability Issues March 4 on campus.
The symposium will run from 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. in the LBJ Student Center. The collaborative joins with the Common Experience team to illuminate the 2010-2011 Common Experience theme, “Sustainability: Science, Policy, and Opportunity.”
Featured speakers include Yun Zhou, professor of anthropology and population research, Peking University; Jie Tao, deputy director of women’s studies and professor of literature, retired, Peking University; Lijun Yuan, associate professor of philosophy, Texas State; Anne Deepak, assistant professor, school of social work, Texas State; Catherine Hawkins, professor, school of social work, Texas State; Nicole Jackson, doctoral candidate, department of history, Ohio State University; Joan M. Jensen, professor emerita, department of history, New Mexico State University; Asoka Bandarage, affiliated professor, department of sociology and Public Policy Institute, Georgetown University; Jackie De Hon, CEO, De Hon Communications; Anadelia Romo, associate professor, department of history, Texas State; and Rebecca Bell-Metereau, professor, department of English, Texas State.
For additional information, contact the Center for Multicultural and Gender Studies at (512) 245-2361 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.