Frieze Lecture Series: Feminism: From Basics to Barbie

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Please join us for the 26th Annual Frieze Lecture Series where we will focus on the theme "Feminism to 2023: From Basics to Barbie". This free community lecture series is made possible through partnership with Augustana College. This year's speaker lineup is as follows:

Oct 19 Why we need intersectional feminism. Dr Jennifer Heacock-Renaud, coordinator of the Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies program

Oct 26Inaccessible Dreamhouses: Disability as a Feminist Issue. Dr Cathy Webb, Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Nov 2Beyond the View from Barbie’s Beach House: Reconsidering the Waves of Feminism. Dr Jane Simonsen, Professor of History and Richard A. Swanson Chair in Social Thought 

Nov 9Barbie as a Feminist Icon? A Discussion of Greta Gerwig’s 2023 Blockbuster. Panel discussion led by Jennifer Heacock-Renaud and including WGSS students

Light refreshments will be provided. Registration is not required.