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WGGP News

June 9 ♦ Summer 2021 ♦ View Past Newsletters

 
 
 

Events of Interest

 
 
 
The Colombian Peace Agreement 
 


WGGP Director and Faculty Affiliate, Colleen Murphy, will be part of the panel discussion at the upcoming event, The Colombian Peace Agreement Book Launch and Discussion, on June 18, 2021 from 1:00-3:00 EST

Event Details and Registration

 

 
   
 
Indianapolis Women Leaders Conference

June 15, 2021 from 1 pm - 4:30 pm (also recorded). By web this year for safety.

Panel: Best Ideas to Accelerate Diversity and Inclusion
Lisa Dennison, Chairman, Sotheby’s
Christine Nashik, CEO, DHL Express
Lou Aversano, Global Chief Brand Officer, CIGNA
Natalie Hsieh, Vice President, ING


Panel: The Roles of Leadership in Shaping Organizational Culture
Julia Stewart, Former CEO, Dine Brands/IHOP
Francis Allen, CEO, Checkers
Shenan Murphy, CEO, Colliers
Theodora Berenson, Director, CBS
Karen Jenkins, Sr Director, Capital One

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Faculty Affiliate News

 
 
 
Faye Harrison 
Faye Harrison 
 

WGGP Faculty Affiliate, Faye Harrison, honored in American Ethnological Society (AES) article for her mentoring and influence.

"Black Feminist Intellectual Affinity and the Ethics of Care: A Tribute to Faye Harrison's Mentoring and Influence" written by Camee Maddox-Wingfield

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Courses of Interest

 
 
 
LER 199 
 

CRN 73980

This course explores the evolution over time of the social, political, and economic construction of the “woman worker.” We will study a series of 21st century case studies - countries may include Turkey, India, Brazil, Cambodia, England, Nigeria, US, and South Africa. We will also explore how various global institutions rely on the perpetuation of gender imbalances as well as how women’s public and private lives globally have been defined by social construction and the needs of capitalism. This course is an Online synchronous course.

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