Dr. Bobby Wengronowitz, assistant professor of sociology, will present the Tea Talk: "Valorizing the marginalized: The perils and possibilities of climate activist capital."
Dr. Dawn Farmer, assistant professor of music, will present the Tea Talk, "Women on the Podium: When Females Lead."
Dr. Kiki Kosnick, assistant professor of French, and Vickie R. Phipps, assistant professor of art and graphic design, will present the Tea Talk: "On the question of (im)proper pronouns: a provocation for queering linguistic networks."
Dr. Umme Al-Wazedi, associate professor of English, will discuss the veil’s ancient and modern history and its resurgence in our time.
The Women's & Gender Studies Tea Talks series features faculty, staff and guest speakers on a range of topics. This talk, "Equal Pay and Negotiation for Women in Industry," is by Desiree Grace, business and marketing instructor.
Dr. Tony Pomales, teaching fellow of the department of anthropology, spoke at the Tea Series about “In/visibility and belonging in Costa Rica: From the vantage point of older women sex workers on the margins of San José Centro.”