Breaking the Chain of Violence Through Education & Empowerment

Monday, November 29 10:00am – 3:00pm
Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities (King Hall D4051) & Dean’s Conference Room, (Music Building 129)

Organized by the students in PHIL/WOMN 413: Issues in Feminist Philosophy; generously supported by the Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities.

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  1. Dear Friends, I will have the honor of presenting part of my work in progress:“Mapping the Invisible: On Kurdish Womyn and the Embodiment of Perpetual Assault,” at the above forum on Gendered Violence organized by the CSULA Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities, and the dedicated students in PHIL/WOMN 413: Issues in Feminist Philosophy led by the amazing Dr. Anna Carastathis. I would love to see some of you there if you have time. If you are on campus, you can always come during the hours that you're not in class/work yourself. In the light of this short notice and the timing of the forum (day-time), I will make my paper available on-line in the coming weeks for anyone who might be interested in viewing it. Note to students interested in Feminist Philosophy, and/or FMLA members, this is a great forum to pick up relevant materials. Also, Our very own (Philosophy Department's) prolific Dr. Talia Bettcher will also be presenting at this event. So please come and see us. Much due respect,Cklara Moradian

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