Intersectionality in the American South

Funded through Support by the Mellon Foundation

BEYOND THE CULTURE II (VIOLA DESMOND LECTURE)

The Viola Desmond Lecture is an annual lecture series to celebrate Viola Desmond. Viola Desmond is the first Canadian woman to appear on a regularly circulating bank note.  In 1946, Desmond, a successful businesswoman, was jailed for refusing to leave a Whites-only area of a movie theatre.  Her court case Inspired the pursuit of racial equality across Canada.

Mellon Intersectionality in the American South Pedagogy Workshop

We are currently taking application for a one (1) week summer workshop of two-person interdisciplinary teams to study and employ intersectionality as a didactic tool for facilitating higher order instruction and analysis across multiple disciplines. This workshop will teach and reinforce concrete strategies for capturing the analytical synergy intersectionality and multi-disciplinarity can produce in the…

Continue Reading

Beyond the Culture II

In 2023, celebrate with the Department of Africana Studies at Georgia State University as we discuss the role of Black popular culture in the fight for social justice at the 2nd biennial Beyond the Culture: Black Popular Culture and Social Justice conference at Georgia State University. The conference will be held in Atlanta on February 8-10, 2023 at the Auburn Avenue Research Library…

Continue Reading

University of Virginia Events

November 15 at 4pm Meredith Palmer (Cornell) and Esme Murdock (San Diego State), Black & Indigenous Feminist Futures Institute Working Group, At Bond House, Conference Rooms 116/118, Karsh Institute of Democracy, and on zoom. November 14-18 Dr. Esme Murdock Dr. Murdock is an assistant professor of philosophy at San Diego State University. Her research explores…

Continue Reading

EP1: Part 2 is Out

Title: Unpacking Intersectionality with Scholars https://www.buzzsprout.com/1995110/11635875 On today‚Äôs episode, Dr. Elizabeth West, Lakeyta Bonnette-Bailey, Tanya Washington-Hicks, and Desmond Goss,  all of Georgia State University, are going to share what intersectionality means to them. We talk about the power of intersectionality, how it shapes our politics, and its potential as a tool for activism. We also…

Continue Reading

Ep 1: Part 1 is Out

https://www.buzzsprout.com/1995110/11543639 Title: Unpacking Intersectionality with Scholars On today’s episode, Drs. Elizabeth West Lakeyta Bonnette-Bailey, Tanya Washington, and Desmond Goss, all of Georgia State University are going to share what intersectionality means to them. We talk about the power of intersectionality, how it shapes our politics and its potential as a tool for activism. We also…

Continue Reading

WGSS Speakers Series Fall 2022: Hosted by Lauren Cooper

Considerations of Intersectionality Link to the virtual meeting is below https://gsumeetings.webex.com/gsumeetings/j.php?MTID=m51ba91717e960e38ebebc059ce1023d5 Please do join us!

EP0 IS OUT

Episode 0 of Intersectionality in the American South’s Podcast is out Listen the Episode 0 at –https://www.buzzsprout.com/1995110/11372825-ep-0-what-is-intersectionality

1 2 3
Skip to toolbar