Guest Talk: Cultural Legacies, Imperial Representations: Exploring Gender, Race & Sexuality, with Annette Bickford
By: Education Program Gottesman Libraries
Published: 12/12/2012
Uploaded: 12/12/2012
Uploaded by: Education Program Gottesman Libraries
Pockets: Film and Education Research Academy (FERA), Gottesman Libraries' Education Program, Guest Speakers
Tags: cinema, politics, visual culture

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Description/Abstract: Guest Talk: Cultural Legacies, Imperial Representations: Exploring Gender, Race & Sexuality, with Annette Bickford, Monday, 12/17, 6-7:30pm

Please join guest speaker Annette Bickford, Adjunct Professor at the University of York and Adjunct Professor at the University of Toronto, for an exploration of visual culture and education through her talk entitled, Cultural Legacies, Imperial Representations: Exploring Gender, Race and Sexuality.

Annette Louise Bickford earned her BA (Anthropology, Psychology, Archaeology), and MA (Social/Cultural Anthropology) from the University of Toronto, and her PhD (Sociology) from York University. She is interested in ethnography, visual media (representation) and cultural and equity studies. Professor Bickford is the author of a book in press on juvenile delinquency. She teaches courses on Equity and Diversity in the Schools, Women in the Criminal Justice System, Law and Morality, and Male-Female Relations.

This talk is co-sponsored by the Film and Education Research Academy (FERA) and Gottesman Libraries. Dr. John Broughton, Associate Professor of Education and Psychology at Teachers College and co-founder of the Film and Education Research Academy, will introduce Annette Bickford, with whom he contributed to the book, Film, Politics & Education: Cinematic Pedagogy Across the Disciplines (Peter Lang, 2008).

Persons interested in attending may rsvp by Friday, 12/14. Light refreshments will be served.

Where: 302 Russell