May 2, 2014, 1-5pm, Pembroke Hall 305, Brown University

Feminism, Feminist Theory, and Science: 

Where We've Been and Where We Are Going

Symposium in Honor of Anne Fausto-Sterling


Sarah S. Richardson (Harvard University)
Gender and the Human Genome

Anne J. Jacobson (University of Houston)
Social Norms in a Science of the Mind

Rebecca Jordan-Young (Barnard College)
Sex as Chimera: Tools for Unthinking Difference

Ginger A. Hoffman (St. Joseph's University)
De-sexing the Mind: Perspectives from the Philosophy of Mind on the Legacy of Anne Fausto-Sterling

A discussion about the past and future of Feminist Science Studies: 

Anne Fausto-Sterling (Brown University) and Evelynn Hammonds (Harvard University),
moderated by Deborah Weinstein (Brown University)

An exhibit of Anne Fausto-Sterling’s work

An exhibit of documents from the Anne Fausto-Sterling Papers, part of the Pembroke Center's
Feminist Theory Archive, will highlight her research, teaching, activism, and service to the Brown 
community over the past forty years.

This event is sponsored by Science and Technology Studies, the Pembroke Center, and Molecular Biology, Cell Biology & Biochemistry, Starr Lectureship Funds