G+JI Fellowship

The Gender+ Justice Initiative is pleased to announce new Fellowship opportunities for 2023.  Apply by December 16!

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Researcher in Residence

The Georgetown Gender+ Justice Initiative is delighted to welcome French journalist, writer, and award-winning filmmaker Rokhaya Diallo as an inaugural Researcher in Residence for 2021-2023.

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Upcoming Events

The Gender+ Justice Initiative gathers the community to engage in thought provoking conversations related to intersectional gender justice.

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Our Mission

The mission of the Gender+ Justice Initiative (G+JI) is to build on the long-standing, path-breaking research being done on intersectional gender and racial justice across Georgetown’s departments and campuses; to catalyze scholarship and advocacy in these areas; and to make Georgetown a dynamic hub of knowledge production, community engagement, and policy development on intersectional issues of gender, racial, and economic justice. The G+JI invites faculty and students from across the University to engage in interdisciplinary conversations and to collaborate on issues of gender, antiracism, sexuality, feminism, intersectionality, inequity and inequality. 

Why the “+”? We refer to “Gender+ Justice” to signal that our concerns have gender at the core but extend to race, class, sexuality, disability and other forms of oppression. Read more about our mission and background.


The Gender+ Justice Initiative is pleased to announce new Fellowship opportunities for 2023. 

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The fellowship is designed to support research projects related to intersectional issues of gender, racial, and economic justice.

Eligibility: Georgetown Faculty, Undergraduate, Graduate & Professional Students across campuses

Deadline to submit application: Dec. 16

Details and Apply: genderjustice.georgetown.edu/gji-fellowship

EVENTS

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Queer Self-Making in Neoliberal Ghana

Wednesday, Nov 30, 2022 – 5:00 PM ET – In-Person Event. Join us for a book talk on Georgetown Professor Kwame Edwin Otu’s book, Amphibious Subjects: Sasso and the Contested Politics of Queer Self-Making. …

VIDEOS

After Dobbs: the Assault on Reproductive Justice and Equality

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Gender and Sexuality in Algerian Rai Music

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Gamer Trouble: Feminist Confrontations in Digital Culture

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NEWS


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