Friday, October 29, 2021, 9:00 PM CST
Zoom: 336 052 6609 | passcode: aiyo
Before embarking on complex sociocultural histories of fatness, beauty, disability, neurodivergence, and queer representation, the first seminar in the Body Liberation & Feminism series deals with the notion of the self, and by extension, the other. How does your ethnicity, nationality, gender, sexual or romantic orientation, faith, education, body type, and other identity markers influence who you are? What impact do these markers have in defining and predicting your social position in different contexts? In what ways are you privileged or marginalised by these converging identities? Join us on Zoom to participate in an interactive workshop led by some of your favorite professors and peers where you can learn more about these questions through fun activities and group discussions!
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