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Cross-posted to the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law Medium Page This Fall, the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law is pleased to host Joseph Fischel and Emily Stolzenberg as Visiting Faculty in Residence at Columbia Law School. Professors Fischel and Stolzenberg will be participating in Center programming, and working on their own independent research […]

Miss out on the The Ethics of Pinkwashing: LGBT Rights in Israel/Palestine” Panel? Click below to watch the video featuring Professors Katherine Franke, Kendall Thomas, and Vani Natarajan, Humanities and Area Studies Librarian, Barnard College. They visited Israel and Palestine in January, 2012 as part of the first LGBTQ delegation to the West Bank, and […]

Events of Interest

April 6th, 2012

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for up to date event listings! Tuesday, April 17 – Victor Bolden – “Ricci, Race and the Contested Space of the Workplace” 12:10-1:10pm, JG 102 Join Victor Bolden, Corporation Counsel of the City of New Haven and former General Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund for a […]

Events of Interest

March 30th, 2012

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for up to date event listings! Monday, April 2 – SJI MONDAY: Lawyering at the Intersection of LGBT and Immigration Issues 12:10-1:10pm, JG 546 Rachel B. Tiven, ’03, Executive Director of Immigration Equality, will lead a discussion of the impact of U.S. immigration law on lesbian, gay, bisexual, […]

Events of Interest

March 19th, 2012

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for up to date event listings! Monday, March 19 – Feminism and Legal Theory Workshop w/Cynthia Peabody, M.Div. – “Self-Love and Social Justice” 4:20-6pm, JG 106 This week’s guest will be Cynthia Peabody, M.Div., Director for the Center for Study of Science & Religion. Hard copies of Prof. […]

On Friday, October 21st, U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor spent the afternoon in conversation with Suzanne B. Goldberg, Herbert and Doris Wechsler Clinical Professor of Law, and Frances Negrón-Muntaner, Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature. She spoke candidly about many of her personal experiences—from her childhood days as a Nancy Drew aficionado […]

Events of Interest

October 5th, 2011

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for up to date event listings! Wednesday, October 5 – CLWA Wine and Cheese Mentoring Kickoff 8:15pm, Lenfest Cafe Mentees in CLWA’s mentoring program will meet their mentors for the first time and enjoy wine, cheese, desserts, and conversation together. Contact Kate Gillespie, Thursday, October 6th – […]

Events of Interest

September 23rd, 2011

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook for up to date event listings! Friday, September 23rd– Cis-Privilege/Trans Allyship Workshop 6-8pm, The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center, 208 West 13th St Learn how to be a more anti-oppressive trans ally! Let’s de-centre cis-privilege from our social justice movements! Hosted by SlutWalk NYC.  SlutWalk NYC […]



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