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The UB Gender Institute's videos consist of footage from symposia and lecture series, special workshops, recordings from Feminist Research Alliance Workshop talks, and documentation from other events.



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Recent Videos

Signature Lecture Series and "Let's Talk About Race" Series

Loretta J. Ross, Human Rights Activist and Visiting Associate Professor of the Study of Women and Gender, Smith College

"Calling In, Not Calling Out."

February 17, 2021

Presented by the Gender Institute and Office of Inclusive Excellence.

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UB Distinguished Visiting Scholar Lecture

Mishuana Goeman
, Professor of Gender and American Indian Studies, UCLA

“Electric Lights, Tourist Sights: Gendering Dispossession and Settler Colonial Infrastructure at Niagara Falls.”

December 3, 2020

Presented in conjunction with the UB Center for Diversity Innovation.

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Feminist Research Alliance: Laina Bay-Cheng 
Professor and Associate Dean for Faculty Development

"Agency Through Thick and Thin: How Girls Exercise Sexual Agency Amid Social Injustice."

November 12, 2020

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STEM+Gender Wikipedia Workshop
Facilitated by Hilary Vandenbark
Sponsored by the Gender Institute and the Women in STEM Cooperative.

November 11, 2020

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Margaret Rhee, Assistant Professor of Media Study delivers her Feminist Research Alliance Workshop presentation via Zoom entitled "The Kimchi Poetry Machine: A Feminist New Media Story?"

October 29, 2020

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Holly Jackson, Associate Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, presents 'Voting for the Right is Doing Nothing for It': 19th-Century American Radicalism and the Turn to Suffrage" as part of our Legacies of Suffrage: Women's Activism Then and Now Symposium.

March 6, 2020. 

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Anastasia Curwood, Associate Professor of History and Director of African American and Africana Studies at the University of Kentucky, presents "Black Feminist Power: Shirley Chisholm and National Politics, 1968-1982" as part of our Legacies of Suffrage: Women's Activism Then and Now Symposium.

March 6, 2020.

Dr. Anastasia Curwood presents a lecture on Shirley Chisholm.

Carrie Bramen, Director of the Gender Institute, delivers welcoming remarks to launch the Legacies of Suffrage: Women's Activism Then and Now Symposium.

March 6, 2020.

Gender Institute Director Carrie Bramen delivers symposium welcoming remarks from a podium.

Watch videos from speakers at the Feminist Research Alliance Workshop! (Click on title to go to full selection).

An online discussion series. (Click title for full list).