Intersectional Inequalities: Gender, Ethnicity, and Immigration - Student Research Conference
Thursday, December 5 at 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Library Digital Wall and the De Rosa University Center (DC Ballroom A)
This year's Gender Studies and Ethnic Studies conference features student speakers from across the Pacific campus as well as students from other California colleges. Students present their own original research on topics such as how gender, ethnicity, and/or immigration affect social inclusion; the interconnections between equality and education; how gender, ethnicity, immigration, and/or social inequalities are represented in the media; and the connections between gender, ethnicity, immigration, and democracy.
Join us for a reception and poster session at the DeRosa University Center (DUC) Ballroom A from 4-5 p.m.
Join us for a panel of speakers at 5 p.m. in DUC Ballroom A from 5-7pm.
The speakers include:
Dr. Tanya Golash-Boza, Professor of Sociology at UC Merced. Her research interrogates immigrant policing, labor and global capitalism.
Dr. Zulema Valdez, Professor of Sociology at UC Merced. Her research focuses on racial, class & gender inequality within the framework of entrepreneurship.
Anna Nti-Asare-Tubbs, MPhil, and sociology Ph.d. student at the University of Cambridge. Her research examines women and poverty.