Join us at the Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture

Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture

Racing the Boundaries of Gender and Sexuality: Rethinking Apartheid and Transitional South Africa

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Please join us for the ninth annual Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture, honoring Dr. Kelly’s vision for equity in society. This year’s lecture features associate professor for Gender, Women and Sexuality Studies Dr. Amanda Lock Swarr.

Dr. Swarr’s lecture will address her research investigating the unexamined but interrelated paradigm of gendered and sexual manipulation in the well-known racial segregation of apartheid.

To register, e-mail cpromad or call 206-685-9594. Please indicate any guests you will bring and if you plan to attend the pre-lecture reception.

Named in honor of the UW’s first vice president for the Office of Minority Affairs, the Samuel E. Kelly Distinguished Faculty Lecture acknowledges the work of distinguished faculty by spotlighting research focusing on diversity and social justice.

Do not miss this free OMA&D event. Space is limited, so please R.S.V.P. by April 15.

Amanda Lock Swarr
Dr. Amanda Lock Swarr

April 18, 2013

5:00 p.m. Reception
Kelly Ethnic
Cultural Center

6:30 p.m. Lecture
Alder Hall Commons Auditorium


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