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Welcome to our website!

WELCOME TO THE LGBT FACULTY / STAFF CAUCUS WEBSITE !

Hi Everyone !

Welcome to a new academic year !  We hope your summer was awesome and we look forward to seeing you at some AMAZING events we have planned this year !  As always, if you would like to be on our email list, let us know !

Karla A. Bell and Christine Grott – Co-Chairs

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EVENTS:

LGBT Faculty/Staff Caucus Board Meetings:

09/09/2014 –4pm STAR campus – 2nd floor PT wing conference room 210

10/07/2014 –   4pm 321 Smith Hall

11/11/2014–  4pm STAR campus – 2nd floor PT wing conference room 210

12/09/2014 — 4pm  321 Smith Hall

AIDS Walk Delaware / Wilmington Riverfront / September 27, 2014 / www.aidswalkdelaware.org / Sponsor the UD LGBT Caucus Team !

Ally Carnival / October 1, 2014 / Trabant Patio / Noon

HAVEN presents:  Janet Mock / November 6, 2014 / More info to follow

UD Resident Ensemble Players Present:  ANGELS IN AMERICA September 25 – October 12  For more info:  http://www.rep.udel.edu

WORKSHOPS:

Friday, September 26, 2014 – 1:00pm – 2:30pm – ABC’s of LGBT -  Presented by OEI

Wednesday, October 1, 2014 – 10:00am – 12:00pm – Workplace Bullies & Bystanders – Presented by OEI

Monday, October 13, 2014 – 2:00pm – 4:00pm – Harassment and Discrimination Training – Presented by OEI

Monday, October 20 and Wednesday, October 22, 2014 – 2:00pm – 5:00pm each day – LGBT Allies Training – Presented by OEI

Wednesday, October 29, 2014 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm – Equity-In-Brief – Presented by OEI

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm – Equity-In-Brief – Presented by OEI

For more info on these workshops contact OEI:  oei@udel.edu

An Evening with:  Ruth Wilson Gilmore

Fatal Couplings:  Racial Capitalism and the Black Radical Tradition

Wednesday, October 8, 2014 – 6:30pm – 8:30pm – Bayard Sharp Hall

If all capitalism is racial capitalism, then what is the work of the Black Radical Tradition, historically and in the present?  Ruth Wilson Gilmore, a feminist geographer and designated guest of the Greater Philadelphia Consortium, will explore the legacy and future of the BRT, with a focus on the work of several thinkers including Amilcar Cabral, Claudia Jones and Angela Y. Davis.  Why are war and prisons persistently present in the struggle?  What is to be done?

For more info:  Department of Women’s Studies:  wgs@udel.edu

LECTURE SERIES:

Research on Women Lecture Series:  Wednesdays, August 27, 2014 – December 3, 2014 – Kirkbride Hall 005 – 1:25pm – 2:15pm

Aug 27 – Introductions & Context of the Series

Sep 3 – History of Gendered Education

Sep 10 – History of the Delaware Women’s College

Sep 17 – Walking Tour of the Delaware Women’s College

Sep 24 – History of Women’s Studies Program:  The WOMS Oral History Project

Oct 1- Delaware Women’s College:  Race and Class in Gendered Space

Oct 8 – Understanding Intersectionality:  African American Women in Higher Education

Oct 15 – Access to Higher Education:  The Intersection of Race, Class and Gender

Oct 22 – Looknig Back and Looking Forward:  An Overview of the Commission on the Status of Women and The Women’s Caucus

Oct 29 – Academia as a Gendered Institution

Nov 5- UD Advance Grant and Challenge of Promoting Gender Equity in STEM Fields

Nov 12 – A Look at Research on Gender-Based Violence

Nov 19 – A Look at Research on Women in the Legal Profession

Dec 3 – Looking Back and Looking Forward:  Series Reflections

For more info contact:  Emily Bonistall:  ejb@udel.edu

Sit-In & Study

Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 2:00pm to 6:00pm

Kirkbride Lecture Hall, 204/206 Kirkbride Lecture Hall, University of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716, USA

In 1957 nine courageous children known as the Little Rock Nine risked their lives to integrate Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas. Their actions mobilized a Nation to insure that access to a quality education was granted to all Americans and helped to define the Civil Rights Movement. In honor of the Little Rock Nine, the Sit-In and Study program was piloted in 2013 to improve the academic performance of African American and Latino students by creating a culture of study and community.

For More info:  Contact the Center for Black Culture:  www.udel.edu/CBC

 

FILM SERIES:

Gender in International Film Series – Wednesdays, October 1, 2014 – October 29, 2014 – Gore Hall 102 – 3:35pm – 6:35pm

Oct 1 – Wadjda (Saudi Arabia)

Oct 8 – Rebelle or War Witch (Sub-Saharan Africa, country unspecified)

Oct 15 – Ishaqzaade or Born to Hate, Destined to Love (India)

Oct 22 – Philomena (Ireland)

Oct 29 – Graceland (Philippines)

For more info:  Contact the Dept of Women’s Studies:  wgs@udel.edu

Upcoming Spring 2015 :

LGBT Health Symposium (Spring 2015)  Focus:  LGBT Aging, Trans Health Issues, AIDS/HIV (More info to follow)

More OEI Worskshops

That’s not all !  Keep looking at this site for updated information !

LGBT Faculty/Staff Caucus

University of Delaware

Co-Chairs:  Dr. Karla Bell and Christine Grott |

karlab@udel.edu or cgrott@udel.edu  |

http://sites.udel.edu/lgbt/