You’re invited to a co-sponsored roundtable discussion:
Insider/Outsider: My map of Caribbean, Gender, and Women’s Studies
February 17, 2016
1957 E Street NW, 5th Floor, 501 Conference Room
The Global Gender Program
The Elliott School of International Affairs
The George Washington University
Washington, DC 20052
The Global Gender Program of the Elliott School of International Affairs and the Women’s Studies Department of Columbian College of Arts and Sciences are hosting a lunch roundtable discussion with Dr. A. Lynn Bolles.
Dr. Bolles is a professor at Maryland University. Her research focuses on women, organized labor, and gender relations in globalization particularly in the African Diaspora concentrating in the Caribbean, Latin America and the US. She has published several books on Caribbean women: We Paid Our Dues: Women Trade Union Leaders in the Caribbean (1996); Sister Jamaica: A Study of Women, Work and Households in Kingston (1996).
Dr. Bolles will share her experience working on feminisms in the Caribbean during this roundtable, lunch discussion.