When and Where I Center: Black and Native Women Voices on Resistance and Relationship

Date: April 11, 2019 • 12:40 - 1:30 p.m.
Presenter: Karen Craddock, Ph.D.
Location: Lulu Chow Wang Campus Center, Wellesley College, Room 413

Lunchtime Seminar Series Spring 2019

During this program, Karen Craddock, Ph.D., visiting scholar at the Wellesley Centers for Women, will explore and elevate the voices of women who share both African and Native American heritage to present a deep and broad understanding of intersectionality and marginalization. Drawing from a pilot study of case interviews and personal narratives, Dr. Craddock will lead a discussion about decolonization, or reclaiming culture and discovering identity, through relational and self-expressive ways.


This is a program of the Lunchtime Seminar Series at the Wellesley Centers for Women, which is free and open to the public. Tea and coffee will be provided. Parking for this program is available in the Davis Parking Facility. For accessibility questions, contact Disability Services at Wellesley College.

For questions or to confirm program lineup: wcw@wellesley.edu \ 781.283.2500

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