Domna Stanton Lectures

Domna Stanton Lecture Series

The Domna Stanton Lecture Series is an annual event. Each year we invite scholars from a broad range of disciplines.


April 9, 2018

Annual Domna Stanton Lecture by Sylvanna Falcon, UC Santa Cruz

Collins Cinema, Wellesley College
Free and Open to the Public



Prior events:

2017 Domna Stanton Lecture
Lecture by Sealing Cheng, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology,
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
"The Choreography of Love in Limbo: Intimacy for Asylum-seekers in Hong Kong"
4:30pm, Collins Cinema, Wellesley College
Free and Open to the Public

October 22, 2015, 4:30pm

Lecture by Evelyn Nakano Glenn
Professor Ethnic Studies and Gender & Women's Studies
Director, Center for Race and Gender
University of California, Berkeley
"Foundational Violence: U.S. Settler Colonial Articulations of Race, Gender, and Sexuality"
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2014 - Lecture  by Carole Vance, Associate Professor at Columbia University Medical Center of Sociomedial Sciences, October 8, 2014 - 4:30pm
Consent in the Dark: Good Sex, Universities, and the State

2013 - Dean Spade: “Critical Trans Politics and the Limits of Law”

2012 - Anne-Emanuelle Birn: “Women/Gender and International/Global Health: Convenience, Co-optation, and Co-Production”

2011 - Anne Fausto-Sterling: “Gender, Sexuality and the Problem of Memory”

2009 - Vicki Ruiz: “Of Poetics and Politics” The Border Journeys of Luisa Moreno

November 20, 2008 - “Still Loving in the (Still) War Years”—A reading of new works by Cherrie Moraga

April 15, 2008 - Charlotte Bunch: “Women’s Rights and Human Rights”

2007 - Carole Vance: “Juanita/Svetlana/Geeta

November 12, 2007 - Jody Heymann “Global Families and Social Policies: The Crisis Facing Children and Working Parents in the Global Economy”

2006 - Callie Crossley and Diane McWhorter:  “Social Amnesia and the Civil Rights Movement”

2005 - Catherine Powell: “Women and Human Rights after 9/11”

2004 - Sharon Hayes: “Women, Work and Citizenship”

2003 - Chandra Talpade Mohanty: “Feminism without Borders: The Politics of Transnational Feminism”

2002 - Joan Tronto: “The Nanny Question in Feminism”

2001 - Evelyn Hammond: “Race, Gender and Medicine”