CSW Research Affiliates Brown Bag, “Resist, Reframe, Insist: Alice Notley’s Poetics of Inclusion” by Elline Lipkin

A Talk by Elline Lipkin, PhD Register Online This talk considers the experimental poetics of contemporary American poet Alice Notley, one of the few women considered part of the New York school. Notley’s use of an “expanded ‘I’” within her work admits other voices into her poems, rather than just a singular speaker, particularly within […]

Connecting Art & Law for Liberation


Organized by Criminal Justice Program, School of Law Join visionary artists, activists, attorneys, advocates, legal scholars, and community members at UCLA to share innovative, cutting-edge collaborations at the intersection of ART and LAW - aimed at developing and disseminating new strategies to end mass incarceration. FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC  

Africa’s Readiness for Climate Change (ARCC) Forum


Organized by the UCLA African Studies Center Registration to attend ARCC is now open: RSVP here Date: April 19-23, 2021 Time: 9:00 AM Location: Zoom (RSVP for link) The UCLA African Studies Center and the Earth Rights Institute invite you to engage with us in the 2021 virtual ARCC Forum. The inaugural forum will expand […]

The Films of Sarah Maldoror


Organized by UCLA Film & Television Archive Free Registration (RSVP to receive Zoom link) The UCLA Film & Television Archive is partnering with CSW and the Black Feminism Initiative to present two of Sarah Maldoror’s markedly distinct works: her first short, Monangambé (1969), and her satiric, delightful French television film, Dessert for Constance (1981). Presented in dialogue with […]

Rupture and Continuity

Organized by the Department of Political Science 1st Annual UCLA Graduate Conference in Political Theory Date: Friday, April 23rd - Sunday, April 25 Location: Online/Zoom Event Registration Alongside a keynote address from Professor Bonnie Honig of Brown University, the conference will feature a number of panels on feminist politics, indigenous politics, postcolonial theory, as well […]

Thinking Gender 2021: “Care, Mutual Aid, and Reproductive Labor in a Time of Crisis”

Thinking Gender 2021 31st Annual Graduate Student Research Conference "Care, Mutual Aid, and Reproductive Labor in a Time of Crisis" April 28-30, 2021 Free, Public Keynote Panel on Friday, April 30, 2021 (Register for Zoom link) Thinking Gender 2021 will focus on feminist, queer, trans, transnational, Indigenous, and intersectional approaches to care, mutual aid, and […]

Conversations in Black Feminist Practice: Black Queer Radicalisms


A Discussion Between Charlene Carruthers and C. Riley Snorton RSVP FOR EVENT Download Flyer This talk is part of the Black Feminism Initiative's 2020-2021 public program series, Conversations in Black Feminist Practice. DATE: Friday, May 7, 2021 TIME: 1:00 PM-2:30 PM LOCATION: Online (Register for Zoom link) Charlene Carruthers is a political strategist, cultural worker, and PhD student […]

2021 Awards Celebration


Join the UCLA Center for the Study of Women (CSW) for a special virtual event on Thursday, May 20th to honor the center’s accomplishments, student award recipients, and this year’s Distinguished Leader in Feminism Award honoree. FEATURING KEYNOTE SPEAKER Holly J. Mitchell Supervisor, 2nd District, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors This year, CSW has selected […]

Freedom and Fugitivity

Organized by Sanctuary Spaces: Reworlding Humanism within the Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy Date: Friday, June 11 Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM Location: Webinar (Registration Required)   The closing event of the Sanctuary Spaces Sawyer Seminar, Freedom and Fugitivity, thinks across Black feminism and Indigenous studies to foreground “beautiful experiments” of flight, refusal, […]


Organized by Now Be Here Art Women artists have been increasingly active in California publishing over the last century, but, as in so many areas, their visibility has not always been equal to their contributions. This panel showcases a diverse range of women artists and curators to address the ways in which women artists' publications […]

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