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Scholars Day: April 10, 2013

Negotiating Sex and Gender Across Continents: Brockport NY to Novgorod Russia Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) WMS 360 Honors Public Service Announcements

This session details a Collaborative Online, International Learning (COIL) WMS 360 Sex and Culture Honors course that partnered women and gender studies (WMS) students/faculty at the College at Brockport with WMS/linguistics students/faculty at Novgorod State University, Russia. The session showcases student-produced collaborative Public Service Announcements (PSA)s where students in each country reported on variety of course-specific WMS 360 research topics. Audience members will have the occasion to consider transnational sex and gender constructs reproduced across time, circumstance, and location. The WMS 360 COIL course was offered under a two-year SUNY National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) supported COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities with Dr. Barbara LeSavoy (WMS), Ann Giralico Pearlman (CELT), and Dr. Elena Lukovistkaya (Novgorod State University, Russia) serving as COIL Institute Fellows. For additional information on COIL visit, Collaborative Public Service Announcements Topics/Presenters: • Gay Rights Awareness/ Transgender Communities Jason LaMendola Meegan Marvin • Contraception Access/Sex Education Elias Seward Emily Tanner Stephen Kanoff • Religion, Art and Freedom of Expression: Pussy Riot Lakita Marshall John Falkowski Sean Callan • Women, Business, and The Glass Ceiling Molly Hurd (Kelly Holder –studying abroad) • Sex Trafficking Maria Vayo Lior Shahverdi • Transgender Awareness: Russia and the US Sima Sharifi (Abigail Malczewski – not enrolled ) • Masculinities and Gender Equality Amanda Ferguson Sarah Welch • Violence on College Campuses: US and Russian Perspectives Lindsay Stumpf Kadir Goz Jessica Schuler Cristan Barber

Presenter: Barbara LeSavoy (Faculty)
Topic: Women and Gender Studies
Location: 120 Hartwell
Time: 2:30 pm (Session IV)
Please note that presentation times are approximate. If you are interested in attending sessions with multiple presentations, please be in the room at the start of the session.