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Annual Lecture: Cynthia Enloe - "What are the International Politics of #MeToo?"

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Location: MS.03.B3

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Join us for our CSWG Annual Lecture, co-sponsored by the Department of Politics and International Studies. The Annual Lecture will feature the renowned feminist scholar, Professor Cynthia Enloe, discussing one of the key contemporary movements of transnational feminist activism, #MeToo.

"What are the International Politics of #MeToo?"

Cynthia Enloe (Clark University)

Abstract:

#MeToo is treated chiefly as a local gendered phenomena, country by country, industry by industry. What do we who are seeking to make sense of diverse international politics have to learn from taking seriously #MeToo about the ways in which local dynamics shape and reshape international power? What does #MeToo tell us about the relevance of misogyny to international politics?

This event is free and open to all (no registration required), and will be followed by a wine reception.

Useful Information

  • For information on getting to the University of Warwick, see here.
  • You can find a map of campus here. The lecture will take place in the Maths and Stats building, which appears at the top of the map.
  • If you have any questions or need special assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Nickie Charles (Nickie.Charles@warwick.ac.uk).

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