Events Schedule

Thursday April 23rd, 2020

4:30pm: Opening Lecture, McCardell Bicentennial Hall 216

“All-Women Coding Boot Camps: Creating a Geek Sisterhood among Engineers in Silicon Valley?” France Winddance Twine, University of California, Santa Barbara.

Friday April 24th, 2020

9-9:30 Light Breakfast

9:30-9:45am: Introduction
“On the Importance of Feminist World-Making,” Sujata Moorti, Dean of Faculty and Vice President of Academic Affairs, Middlebury College

9:45-11:15am: Academic Session I
“Fragile Masculinities & Global Fascism,” Banu Gökariksel, Sara H. Smith, Christopher Neubert
“The Promise of Beauty at the End of the World,” Mimi Nguyen

11:15-11:30am: Break

11:30am-1pm: Academic Session II
“Ungrateful Citizenship at the End of the World,” Marcia Ochoa
“Learning to Care! Feminism, Fukushima and Environmental Humanities,” Margherita Long

1-2pm: Lunch

2-3pm: Art
Indigenous Feminist Art at the End of the World with Suzanne Kite

3-4:15pm: Break-Out Sessions
Migrant Justice: Feminist Responses to Migration with Marita Caneto
Midd Vote: Feminist Responses to Electoral Politics
Mimi Nguyen: Feminist Zine Making at the End of the World
FLOCK (Feminists Liberating Our Collective Knowledge) SURJ Middlebury: Feminist Responses to Racism with Joanna Colwell

4:15-4:30: Break

4:30-5pm: Performance
Muslim Girls Making Change

5:30-6:30pm: Break

7pm: Dinner (by invitation)
Brainerd Commons House

The Gensler Family Symposium is at Wilson Hall, Middlebury College. This is a wheelchair-accessible location and the event will use microphones.

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