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The College of Arts & Letters and the Anderson Gender Resource Center present

Eleventh  Annual Gender and Sexuality in Everyday Life Conference

March 5th and 6th 2015

Call for Papers October 20th - January 15, 2015

The College of Arts & Letters and the Anderson Gender Resource Center at Idaho State University (ISU) are presented the eleventh annual Gender and Sexuality in Everyday Life conference and are proud to have welcomed an eclectic group of presenters and participants to Pocatello and Idaho State University.

The conference will be held in the Pond Student Union Building, on the third floor, in the Salmon River Suites, on the ISU campus on March 5th and 6th.

Keynote speaker will be Audrey R. Giles, Ph.D.  Audrey  is an Associate Professor, School of Human Kinetics & Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, University of Ottawa (2009 – present). Her presentation is:
"Looking Beyond the tip of the Iceberg: Injury, Gender, and Colonialism in the Canadian North."


 The Gender and Sexuality in Everyday Life Conference focuses on how ideas and stereotypes concerning gender and sexuality roles shape and influence various aspects of our daily lives. By acknowledging these roles, we can begin to break down some of the barriers they constitute and move towards awareness and open dialogue. This year the conference will be presenting a great combination of local ISU faculty and student presenters as well as guests from all over the country and internationally. The Gender and Sexuality in Everyday Life offers a unique opportunity for ISU students of all levels, as well as interested community members, to experience a professional conference without having to travel or pay expensive registration fees.



 
All conference events are free and open to the public.


Conference Partner :  Center For Positive Sexuality in Los Angeles http://positivesexuality.org/
Keynote Speaker sponsored by the Gender resource Center and a grant from the Cultural Events Committee.

For questions or more information about this or other conference events, please contact the Gender Resource Center Center at 282-2805 or e-mail isugenco@isu.edu.

 

 

 

 

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