The academic #metoo movement brought to the surface submerged stories about the lived experience of women in academia, but failed to grapple with how this is both intersectional and a product of masculinist privilege. Feminists, queers and people of color in academia cope with hostile workplaces in various ways before, during and after #metoo came to the surface. This roundtable session is meant to bring leaders and scholars together to discuss both the problems and the solutions to gender-based and sexual harassment and discrimination, in particular focusing on how to transform graduate education, networking and mentoring that is shaped by white-cis-heteropatriarchy and masculinist privilege. The panelists will share their experiences and writings on harassment and discrimination, followed by brainstorming and sharing ways to foster change.
|Panelist||Ann Bartos University of Auckland||12|
|Panelist||Darla Munroe Ohio State University||12|
|Discussant||Rashad Shabazz Arizona State University||12|
|Discussant||Caroline Faria University of Texas - Austin||12|
|Panelist||Rachelle Berry University of Georgia||12|
|Panelist||Annie Elledge University of Texas - Austin||12|
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