The Intersectionality Colloquium was a series of events co-sponsored by the Laboratory of Interpersonal Violence and Victimization (LIVV) and the Susan B. Anthony Center. Each event focused on an interconnected topic such as race, class, and/o gender and its application to a group of people. This monthly series of interdisciplinary dialogues focused on the ways in which oppression intertwine and impact people’s personal identities and their position in the world.
May 2015: “The intersectionality of race, gender, and sexual orientation” with John Cullen, PhD and Camille Quinn, PhD, AM, LCSW
October 2015: “Intersectionality applied to justice-involved women in transition” with Diane Morse, MD and Precious Bedell, BS, MA, CHW
January 2016: “Intersections of Race, Poverty, & Trauma in Youth” with Ellen Volpe, PhD, FNP
February 2016: “Violent Victimization and Emerging Adults: Making the Case” with Henrika McCoy, MSW, MJ, PhD, LCSW
March 2016: “Adopting from the Margins, Foreclosing the Future” with Kathryn A. Mariner, MSW, PhD // “Reading Child Abuse, Fat Embodiment, and Pedagogy in Sapphire’s Push” with Samira Abdur-Rahman, PhD