Monday 26 September 2011, 18:30-19:30
Who's Afraid of Gender Analysis? Feminist Clues to Who Underestimates Power
Auditorium Jacques-Freymond, 132 rue de Lausanne, Site Barton
Cynthia Enloe’s career has included Fulbrights in Malaysia and Guyana, and guest professorships in Japan, Britain and Canada as well as lecturing in Sweden, Norway, Germany, Korea, Turkey and at universities around the US. Her books and articles have been translated into Spanish, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Swedish, and German. She has written for Ms Magazine and has appeared on National Public Radio and the BBC.
She is interested in the interactions of feminism, women, militarised culture, war, politics and globalised economics in countries such as Japan, Iraq, the US, Britain, the Philippines, Canada, Chile and Turkey
This is the inaugural lecture of the Programme on Gender and Global Change