CANCELLED Rethinking Structural Violence: Gender, Testimony, and the Interpretive Wealth Gap

27 November 2019, 17:30 - 19:00

Kaetsu Centre Conference Room, Murray Edwards College, Huntingdon Road, Cambridge, CB3 0DF

This event has been cancelled due to strike action. We will update this page with more information when it becomes available. Please check our project page for information about future events or email if you have an urgent query.

 

We are excited to be joined by Elena Ruíz, who will deliver the keynote lecture 'Rethinking Structural Violence: Gender, Testimony, and the Interpretive Wealth Gap', as part of the workshop 'Understanding Gendered Violence: The Value of Testimonial and Qualitative Evidence'. 

Dr Ruíz is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Michigan State University, and also faculty in Global Studies, American Indian and Indigenous Studies, Chicano/Latino Studies, the Center for Gender in a Global Context, and the Research Consortium on Gender-Based Violence. She brings a wealth of expertise on this important subject, having authored more than twenty articles and essays on philosophical approaches to structural violence and gender-based violence. 

More information about this lecture will be made available soon.

Accessibility information for the event venue can be found online here. In particular: the meeting room will be wheelchair accessible, and there are toilets and wheelchair accessible toilets available near the meeting room.  

Spaces are likely to be limited, so please register in advance via the email link above or by contacting the project administrator.

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This conference is hosted by the ERC-funded project 'Qualitative and Quantitative Social Science: A Unified Logic of Causal Inference?'. QUALITY is funded by the European Research Council under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (ERC grant agreement no. 715530)