Cynthia Enloe, research professor in Clark's International Development, Community and Environment (IDCE) Department, talked about how feminist looking, thinking and digging makes us smarter. Enloe considered both the causes and consequences of gendered assumptions and gendered actions. Professor Enloe has worked on the interactions of feminism, women, militarized culture, war, politics and globalized economics. Racial, class, ethnic and national identities, and pressures shaping ideas about femininities and masculinities have been common threads throughout her studies.
"Take Gender, Add Curiosity about Power, You've Got Feminism"
April 21, 2010
Tilton Hall, Higgins University Center, Clark University
RT: 65 minutes