The G+JI organizes events throughout the year to engage faculty, students and the larger community.
We host scholars, activists, policy makers, and artists and convene our community for conversations addressing critical and timely issues related to intersectional gender justice. Check out the recorded events below.
“Money Talks” Starting the conversation about salary gaps and salary equity by understanding processes for salary review for Georgetown Faculty
Recorded on May 26th, 2021. Features Kristi Graves, Rosemary Kilkenny, Chandan Vaidya, Elliott Crooke, Greg Klass.
This conversation was an opportunity to discuss and learn more about the current processes for reviewing equity in faculty salaries from administrators from each campus.
Behind the Exhibition: Girlhood It’s Complicated – A Conversation with the Curators of NMAH
Recorded on April 22nd, 2021. Features Marcia Chatelain, Mireya Loza, Kathleen Franz, Nancy Bercaw, Sam Vong.
Four curators of the exhibition Girlhood (It’s Complicated), shown at the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian discussed the process behind designing such a large exhibition.
G+JI Colloquium 2021
Recorded on April 8 & 9, 2021. Features 3 panels, 14 presentations, 18 presenters.
The 3 panels explored Anti-racism and Gender Justice in Health Care, Centering Marginalized Voices and Experiences, and Achieving Intersectional Gender Justice Through Policy.
The Power of Unions Past and Present
Recorded on March 23rd, 2021. Features Melyssa Haffaf, Lane Windham, Ina Padua and Eliana Rondon.
Lane Windham, presented her book Knocking on Labor’s Door: Union Organizing in the 1970s and the Roots of a New Economic Divide (2017). Drawing from Dr. Windham’s book, the discussion explored past and present workers’ organizing.
Dress Codes: How the Laws of Fashion Made History – A Book Talk with Richard Thompson Ford
recorded on March 10th, 2021. Features Richard Thompson Ford and Naomi Mezey.
Thompson Ford discussed his latest book, Dress Codes: How the Laws of Fashion Made History (2021). An insightful book that explores dress codes that still influence social mobility. The conversation centers the intersections of race, gender and class.
Minding Our Business: A Conversation about Racial Injustice, COVID-19 and Mental Health for BIPOC
Recorded on Feb.4th, 2021. Features Dr. Dionne S. Coker-Appiah, Dr. Jioni Lewis, Dr. Jo Ellyn Walker, Dr. J. Corey A. Williams, Dr. Kristine Goins.
This conversation explores: BIPOC mental health issues, related specifically to the COVID-19 pandemic and racism/racial injustice; stigma, barriers, and structural and systemic racism within the healthcare system; strategies, resources and support available during these challenging times.
Black Women Activists, Voters and Politicians
Recorded on Nov. 17th, 2020. Features: Dr. Jamil Scott, Dr. Nadia Brown, Dr. Pearl Dowe, Dr. Dayo Gore.
In light of the 2020 Presidential elections, this conversation explores Black women’s past and current political participation and representation, and envisions possibilities for Black feminist futures.
Forced Gynecological Procedures and Other Gendered Abuses in Detention
Recorded on Nov. 9th, 2020. Features: Denise Brennan, Silky Shah, Alejandra Pablos, Azadeh Shahshahani.
This panel discussion gives an overview of patterns of gendered violence practices taking place in (ICE) detention centers as well as sheds light on how activists and advocacy groups are fighting to address the issue.
Race, Gender and the Suffrage Movement Bitter Flower, A Play and Conversation
Recorded on Oct. 22nd, 2020. Features: Melyssa Haffaf, Jennifer Fink, Marcia Chatelain, Victoria Nourse.
A screening of Bitter Flower, a play that explores the relationship between two major figures of the suffrage movement, Ida B. Wells-Barnett and Jane Addams. The conversation examines the racism of the white suffrage movement and the undervalued work of Black suffragists.