2017 Symposium: Research Across the Disciplines

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Ballroom B, UC Davis Conference Center

The Feminist Research Institute at UC Davis hosted a 2017 spring symposium, focused on exploring feminist research across the disciplines. The symposium featured the interdisciplinary work of our 2015-16 Seed Grant recipients and graduate fellows, a keynote presentation, and a roundtable discussion on feminist ethics, values, and justice.

Seed Grants Showcase

DEVELOPING FEMINIST FRAMEWORKS FOR ETHICS OF GENOME MODIFICATION - Lisa Ikemoto, Rana Jaleel, Meaghan O'Keefe
GENDER DISTRIBUTION IN AGRICULTURAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES: FACTORS INFLUENCING MAJOR CHOICES BY WOMEN AND UNDER-REPRESENTED MINORITIES - Susan Ebeler, Patsy Eubanks Owens, Marco Molinaro
CLIMATE CHANGE, FARMWORKER WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES - Yvette Flores, Kyaw Tha Paw U, Rebecca Hernandez, Mary Lou de Leon Siantz

FRI Graduate Fellows
ARCHIVING MEMORY, BORDERS AND BELONGING IN GREECE'S VISUAL TERRAIN - Alexandra Fine, Cultural Studies
WHALE SONG IN TWO ACTS - Amanda Modell, Cultural Studies
WHITE MEN DON'T MATAAM: MASCULINITY AND MORAL CRITICISM AND ISLAMIC BRITAIN - Muneeza Rizvi, Anthropology

Keynote Address: MOVING BEYOND THE MALE/FEMALE BINARY IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH - Stacey Ritz, M.Ed, Ph.D.

Feminist Research: A Conversation Between Humanists and Scientists
- Ellen Hartigan-O’Connor (History)
- Maureen Kinyua (Civil & Environmental Engineering)
- Mary Lou de Leon Siantz (Nursing)
- Dawn Sumner (Earth and Planetary Sciences)
- Julie Wyman (Cinema and Digital Media)

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