Knafel Center | 10 Garden Street Cambridge, MA 02138
The stories of Asian American women extend far beyond the geographic borders of the United States. Inspired by tales and objects from family history, their narratives often reflect the transnational nature of Asian American women’s lives.
Despite the importance of these narratives to expanding and complicating our understanding of war, migration, inequity, and difference, the accounts and perspectives of Asian American women have often been overlooked in formal records, and the tangible objects providing critical evidence of their histories have been ignored.
WAPPP is hosting our annual International Women’s Day breakfast. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. Adopted in 1995 at the Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China, the Beijing Platform for Action is recognized as the most progressive roadmap for the empowerment of women and girls, everywhere. Additionally, it is the centennial of women’s suffrage in the United States. This breakfast is a wonderful opportunity for students, staff and faculty to come together to be in community and reflect on the gains...
Northeastern University, 120 Forsyth Street Boston, MA 02115
On March 7th, New England Graduate Womxn in Science and Engineering will be hosting its third annual Spring to Action. Please join us for an exciting day of speakers, workshops, expert panels, and conversations about the roles that we can play on our campuses to make learning and research more inclusive for everyone. Light breakfast, coffee, lunch, and snacks will be provided. The event is entirely free. We welcome all students of all genders.
Microsoft New England, One Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142
For the fourth year, Harvard, MIT, and Microsoft Research New England are proud to collaborate with Stanford University to bring the Women in Data Science (WiDS) conference to Cambridge, Massachusetts.
This one-day technical conference will feature an all-female line up of speakers from academia and industry to talk about the latest data science-related research in a number of domains, to learn how...
The story of Malalai Joya, a young female politician who dared to challenge warlords and opium kings in her fight to bring progress to Afghanistan, as she runs for parliament in 2005.
The Women and Public Policy program celebrates the centennial of women's suffrage in the US by highlighting women’s political participation across the globe. We welcome all of the HKS community to honor the diverse suffrage and political experiences highlighted in these films.
Mandela Room, Democracy Center, 45 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
In The Black Shoals, King uses the shoal—an offshore geologic formation that is neither land nor sea—as metaphor, mode of critique, and methodology to theorize the encounter between Black studies and Native studies. King conceptualizes the shoal as a space where Black and Native literary traditions, politics, theory, critique, and art meet in productive, shifting, and contentious ways.