Contemporary Feminisms: Indigenous Feminisms

March 21, 2018

UNC Greensboro WGS Presents --


Contemporary Feminisms: Indigenous Feminisms

Thursday April 5, 4-6pm, Maple (EUC), UNCG

Joanne Barker (San Francisco State University),  "Confluence: Water as an Analytic of Indigenous Feminisms"

Mishuana Goeman (UCLA), “Native Feminists' Anticolonial Toolbox, The Digital Terrain and Working with Tribal Communities”

Audra Simpson (Columbia University), "School was Sex: Critiques of Civilization in Indigenous Canada”


The panel addresses feminism's vital roles within Indigenous peoples' movements for sovereignty and self-determination, as well as offering feminist analysis and critique of the dynamics of settler colonialism. 

Co-sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences