Previous Jessie Daniel Ames Lectures
2013: “homo oeconomicus, homo politicus, and predicaments of contemporary democracy.”
2012: “Race and the new biocitizen.”
2011: “Advancing a National Movement for Reproductive Justice.”
2009: A Dialogue on Transgender Citizenship
Eli Clare & Matt Richardson
2008: Two Perspectives on Feminist Disability Studies
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, “Picturing People with Disabilities.”
Nirmala Erevelles, “Embattled Bodies: Feminist Disability Studies Meets Third Wave Feminism.”
Bonnie Thorton Dill
2006: “We Have Never Been Human”
Donna J. Haraway
2005: “No Cloak to Hide Behind: Jessie Daniel Ames, the Torture at Abu Ghraib, and You”
Minnie Bruce Pratt
2004: “Too Tall Blondes Do Sex, Death and Gender”
Kate Bornstein and Barbara Carrellas
2003: “A Chicanadyke Codex of Changing Consciousness”
2001: “Creating Beloved Community: Ending Race, Sex and Class Domination”
2000: “Living Downstream: An Ecologist Looks at Cancer and The Environment”
1999: “Beyond Fortress Europe: A Feminist Perspective on the ‘New’ European Union”
1998: “Feminism and Performance: Personal, Political, Professional Perspectives on Interventionist Practice”
1997: “Mapping the Color Line: Globalization and the Challenges for Anti-Racist, Comparative Feminist Practice”
Chandra Talpade Mohanty
1996: “The Fourth World Women’s Conference from a Latin American Feminist Perspective.”
1995: Workplace Climates in the 1990’s: “Women and Men Working Together.”
Jerry Kendrick, Gage E. Paine, Deborah Wood, Albert Almanza, and Camille Campbell Harmon.
1994: “Nos/Otras: Making Multi-Cultures and Alliances.”
Gloria E. Anzaldua
1993: Men, Women, and Work: Times are Changing.
Juliet B. Schor
1992: Women And Scholarship / Women and Work
Johnnella E. Butler
1991-92: Women in Their Own Words.
Shirley Geok-lin Lim
Performance: Student Opera written under the direction of Dr. Nancy McClain.
1990: “Women’s Realities, Women’s Choices”
Written and performed by Dr. Janice McCullagh, Ms. Kathleen Juhl, and Ms. Mary Visser.