Intersecting Voices: A Multifaceted Exploration of Gender Injustice

Intersecting Voices: A Multifaceted Exploration of Gender Injustice

"Intersecting Voices: A Multifaceted Exploration of Gender Injustice" is a compelling symposium organized by the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences (ACT) and set for May 24, 2024, at the ACT Bissell Library, Open Space, running from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. 

The event is organized with the cooperation of Dr. Evangelia (Elina) Asimakopoulou, (Anatolia Alumna '01) and the support of the Michael and Kitty Dukakis Center for Public and Humanitarian Service. 

This event gathers experts from various fields to dissect crucial facets of gender inequality. The first panel delves into legal dimensions, featuring speakers such as Kalliopi Lykovardi, Dr. Pavlos Topalnakos, Dr. Anna Maria Konsta, and Eleftheria Konsta, discussing topics ranging from equality bodies’ effectiveness to femicide as a criminal offense and domestic violence. The subsequent panel explores philosophy, literature, and media perspectives, with Dr. Nikos Erinakis, Dr. Eleni Godi, and Dr. Ian Kehoe analyzing themes like equauthenticity in contemporary philosophy, gender role deconstruction in literature, and countering misogynistic narratives in media. This symposium promises an enlightening discourse on gender injustice, fostering diverse viewpoints and constructive dialogue.





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