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HOT OFF THE PRESS: “Space as a Resource in the Politics of Consumer Identity” in the Journal of Consumer Research

Hot off the press is new research titled “Space as a Resource in the Politics of Consumer Identity” by Andre F. Maciel (University of Nebraska–Lincoln) and Melanie Wallendorf (University of Arizona). This research is published in the Journal of Consumer Research. See below for a summary of the article. Congrats to these scholars on their publication! … Continue reading HOT OFF THE PRESS: “Space as a Resource in the Politics of Consumer Identity” in the Journal of Consumer Research

SPECIAL EVENT: Conference on ‘Gender and Sexuality in the Neoliberal University’ – May 27-28, 2021 (Register by May 25th)

This conference gathers speakers looking at how neoliberal and market ideologies directly impact gendered experiences in today's university. This event is hosted by the Interdisciplinary Gender and Sexuality Research Cluster – De Montfort University. For full details, visit the conference website. GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN THE NEOLIBERAL UNIVERSITY Online conference, 27-28 May 2021 Free Registration … Continue reading SPECIAL EVENT: Conference on ‘Gender and Sexuality in the Neoliberal University’ – May 27-28, 2021 (Register by May 25th)

SPECIAL EVENT: Conversations in Black Feminist Practice – Black Queer Radicalisms with Charlene Carruthers and C. Riley Snorton; May 7th, 1 – 2:30pm Pacific Time

UCLA's Center for the Study of Women presents Black Queer Radicalisms: A Discussion Between Charlene Carruthers and C. Riley Snorton (Moderated by Ebony Oldham with a Welcome by SA Smythe) This talk is part of the Black Feminism Initiative’s 2020-2021 public program series, Conversations in Black Feminist Practice. RSVP FOR EVENT Download Flyer This talk is part of the Black Feminism Initiative’s 2020-2021 … Continue reading SPECIAL EVENT: Conversations in Black Feminist Practice – Black Queer Radicalisms with Charlene Carruthers and C. Riley Snorton; May 7th, 1 – 2:30pm Pacific Time

GENMAC’s Stance on Workplace Harassment and Bullying

Workplace harassment and bullying are inappropriate, unacceptable, and in most jurisdictions, illegal. GENMAC vows to work relentlessly to shed light on these issues and support victims in every way we can. GENMAC has placed advocacy as a central goal of the organization. This goal differentiates us from many other organizations in marketing that focus solely … Continue reading GENMAC’s Stance on Workplace Harassment and Bullying

SPECIAL EVENT: Book Discussion with Emily J. H. Contois, hosted by Graduate Association for Food Studies (March 31st, 4pm EST)

The Graduate Association for Food Studies hosts an ongoing reading group for graduate students. The upcoming session may be of interest to GENMAC graduate students. For more info, visit the GAFS website. To register, click here. Book:Diners, Dudes, and Diets: How Gender and Power Collide in Food Media and Culture by Emily J. H. Contois Sections:Introduction, … Continue reading SPECIAL EVENT: Book Discussion with Emily J. H. Contois, hosted by Graduate Association for Food Studies (March 31st, 4pm EST)