November 8, 2017
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Bringing a Feminist Curiosity to Development
Join this Development Dialogue to hear from an important contributor to the field of feminist international relations, Dr. Cynthia Enloe. She coined the term ‘feminist curiosity’ as a way to look deeply for causes and ask disruptive questions about the world in which we live and will help attendees understand this concept. She’ll share some of her research about militarization globally, and what she’s learned from international feminist networks in working against increasing militarized societies.
What’s the relationship between militarism and development? What questions should we be asking? Come ready to reflect on some of the deep challenges our world is currently facing and leave with some new ways of understanding these issues as you work towards social change.
To learn more about Cynthia Enloe’s career, publications, awards and honorary degrees, read her bio on the Clark University website.
This Development Dialogue has been generously supported by Beyond Our Borders.
Lunch will be served, please RSVP below. Note that Cynthia will be joining us remotely, but we do ask attendees to join in person.