Past Events

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    Americanist Dinner Forum: Work, After the Future

    Zoom Webinar

    Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum: (UN)MASKING HEALTH

    Kemper Art Museum - Registration required

    Sexual Violence and Armed Conflict: Theories, Myths and Holistic Responses


    Black History Month: HeLa 100 – Race and Eugenics 2022

    Join School of Medicine’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and the Division of Biology and Biomedical Science’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and Student and Alumni Affairs for a discussion regarding race and eugenics in relation to Henrietta Lacks. This program seeks to be a critical space for participants to recognize how science has perpetuated harmful and racist narratives that deeply affect marginalized communities. Participants will read a short selection of pre-work to prepare for the discussion. This program is part of WUSTL’s commemoration of Henrietta Lacks’ 100th birthday.
    Virtual - Readings required for discussion |

    St. Louis University 2022 (Virtual) Bridge Lecture: "Wicked, Licentious, and Free: African Women in the French Atlantic World"

    SLU 2022 (Virtual) Bridge Lecture Celebrating the 10th anniversary of lectures bridging Black History Month & Women's History Month Guest speaker Dr. Jessica Marie Johnson

    Women in Global Health - Midwest Chapter Speaker Series Leadership During the Pandemic with Matifadza Hlatshwayo Davis


    St Louis Public Library Presents: Who is the St. Louis Queer+ Support Helpline (Not an Intro event)

    Please join St. Louis Public Library for a presentation from SQSH. St. Louis Queer+ Support Helpline.
    Virtual - Registration required - Spaces Limited

    Raising Queens: The Important Role of Racial Socialization in the Lives of Black Girls

    Presentation by Sheretta Brown, Associate Professor, Brown School
    virtual event

    St Louis Public Library Presents: Trailblazers: Navigating the World of Academia as a Woman

    Thinking about where your journey will take you in college and beyond? Thinking about teaching higher education and whether it's worth it?
    Virtual - registration required - spaces limited

    Leadership Perspectives: 'She Suite'

    A panel discussion on women and leadership in the business world

    A Queer Perspective on Successful Aging

    Vanessa Fabbre, Associate professor at the Brown School

    St Louis Public Library Presents: Women Artists Panel Discussion

    While much of art, including music, continues to be male dominated, women have made and continue to make an important impact.
    Virtual - registration required - limited spaces

    Supporting Transgender Youth - Transgender Day of Visibility

    Speakers include Lisa Brennan (she/her), co-leader of TransParent St Louis and author of The Auditorium in my Mind/Treasuring My Transgender Child; Jess Jones (they/them), owner of Jess Jones Education & Consulting; Sayer Johnson (he/him), Executive Director of Metro Trans Umbrella Group; Christopher Lewis (he/him), co-director of Pediatric Transgender Health and director of Differences of Sex Development Clinic at Washington University School of Medicine. This panel is moderated by Kelly Storck (she/her), a licensed clinical social worker and author of Gender Identity Workbook for Kids. Brown School Open Classroom.

    The Mark S. Bonham Centre for Diversity Studies Presents: Joint Book Launch

    Professor Heather Berg, Washington University in St. Louis and Professor Brenda Cossman, University of Toronto Moderator: Professor Rebecca Wanzo, Washington University in St. Louis
    Virtual - Registration required

    "Monsters, Cyborgs, and Vases: Specters of the Yellow Woman"

    Anne Cheng is professor of English and affiliated faculty in the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies and the Committee on Film Studies at Princeton University. She is an interdisciplinary scholar who works at the intersection of aesthetics and politics, drawing from literary theory, critical race studies, film theory, feminist theory, and psychoanalysis. She works primarily with 20th-century American literature and visual culture with special focus on Asian American and African American literatures. She is the author of The Melancholy of Race: Assimilation, Psychoanalysis, and Hidden Grief (Oxford University Press, 2001), a study of the notion of racial grief at the intersection of culture, history, and law. Her second book, Second Skin: Josephine Baker and the Modern Surface (Oxford University Press, 2013), excavates the story of the unexpected intimacy between modern architectural theory and the invention of a modernist style and the conceptualization of Black skin at the turn of the 20th century.

    Neuroscience & Society Colloquium: Sex and Gender Development in Research and Healthcare

    Melissa Hines, PhD Professor of Psychology Director, Gender Development Research Centre University of Cambridge

    Who Owns Women’s Rights?: Reflections on The UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)

    Women's Building Formal Lounge/hybrid event

    LGBTQ + Mental Health Panel

    MedQ and Stem present a panel on LGBTQ and Mental Health
    DUC 236 and virtual email