“Timeline VI,” Artwork by Helen Klebesadel

“Timeline VI,” Artwork by Helen Klebesadel

Conference 2022

Centering Resistance

Imaginings of a New Feminist Future

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April 7-9, 2022

Co-Convened by

 UW System Women’s and Gender Studies Consortium
and
UW System Gender and Women’s Studies Librarian

Fully Virtual Event

This year’s theme rests on an urgent line of inquiry: What has the pandemic revealed about the type of world we need to rebuild and reconstruct to foster a new feminist future(s)? What have recent local, national, and global events taught us about empathy, inclusion, and justice as we grapple with the present but turn a hopeful gaze toward the future? As we pause to consider “Centering Resistance: Imaginings of a New Feminist Future,” we invite proposals that foreground an intersectional-feminist lens to map out inclusive societal structures, equitable institutional frameworks, cross-movement solidarities, and radical reimaginings of the future. We invite scholars, students, activists, artists, civil society leaders, and all members of the community to reflect on lessons learned and hopes for the future. How has the pandemic exposed and exacerbated existing systemic inequalities and everyday barriers? What possibilities have emerged from these same moments for reconceiving what is possible and necessary for the collective good? Which movements for justice already have the tools for mapping these responses? Proposals that foreground Black, Asian, Latinx, and Indigenous experiences alongside other axes of social identity are strongly encouraged.

Many thanks to this year’s conference planning committee!

Keynotes Threads and Themes Schedule

Virtual Art Exhibit 2022 Pre-Recorded Content Accessibility

Classroom Connections Register 2021 Video Replays

The conference co-conveners and sponsors are honored to hold
this event under the auspices of the UNESCO Chair on Gender, Wellbeing and a Culture of Peace
as part of a global United Nations Platform on education, science, and culture.