CFR Research Cluster: Girls’ Studies Research Network Launch: Snapshots From the Field
CFR Research Cluster:
Girls’ Studies Research Network Launch: Snapshots From the Field
At conferences, we often meet other York colleagues working on girls and girlhood, but rarely have the chance to chat about the intersections of our research at length. What is happening in girls’ studies at York University? Come to the Girls’ Studies Research Network’s inaugural launch event and find out!
We invite you to come share a small snapshot of your research with other girls’ studies scholars on Friday, Sept. 13, between 2 and 4 p.m. in 626 Kaneff Tower, York University.
THREE POWERPOINT SLIDES, THREE POINTS, 10 MINUTES MAX
Instead of formal paper presentations, we invite participants to highlight three succinct main points. Our goal is to get a sense of what we are researching, across career stage, department, and discipline! Examples of this structure might include:
– past, current and future research goals;
– three problems you’ve encountered in your research;
– three new questions your research raises;
– three texts or case studies you are working with; and
– three different real-life girls that your research engages.
If you don’t want to present, no problem! Join us for the afternoon and enjoy talks from our confirmed speakers: Natalie Coulter, Deanne Williams, Clara Chapdelaine-Feliciati, Anuppiriya Sriskandarajah, Marlis Schweitzer, Sarah Flicker, Mary Grace Lao and Lisa Sandlos.
To also present, please fill out this form by Sept. 6: comn.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=38504.
Co-sponsored by the Department of English and the Institute for Research on Digital Learning (IRDL) at York University.