Negotiating Gender and Generation in Transnational Cultures

Thursday, July 17, 2014: 5:30 PM-7:20 PM
Room: 302
RC32 Women in Society (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Marilyn PORTER, Memorial University, Canada and Peruvemba JAYA, University of Ottawa, Canada
Guida MAN, York University, Canada
"I Was The Only Black Child In My School': Hip-Hop and Gendered and Racialized Identities In Vancouver (Oral Presentation)
Gillian CREESE, University of British Columbia, Canada

Reinterpreting the Relation Between Motherhood and Paid Work: Second Generation Women in Norway (Oral Presentation)
Marjan NADIM, Institute for Social Research, Norway, Norway

Women's Lives behind a Migration Story (Oral Presentation)
Esra DEMIRKOL, University of Sussex, United Kingdom

Excision and Migration : Between “Legality” and “Loyalty” in the Transmission of a Traditional Practice in Migratory Context (Oral Presentation)
Michela VILLANI, Institut Universitaire de l'Histoire de la Médecine et de la Santé Publique, Switzerland

Generation and Reproductive Health in Newfoundland (Oral Presentation)
Marilyn PORTER, Memorial University, Canada

Intergenerational Communication in Transnational Families: A Gendered Perspective (Oral Presentation)
Peruvemba JAYA, University of Ottawa, Canada

Dalit Feminist Theory: A Challenge to Multiple Hierarchies in India (Distributed Paper)
Abha CHAUHAN, University of Jammu, India

Gender Identities and Cultural Values in Multiethnic Families in Italy (Distributed Paper)
Isabella CRESPI, University of Macerata, Italy

Negotiation of Gender Roles Among Young Muslim Women in Britain: Career, Family, and Faith (Distributed Paper)
Satoshi ADACHI, University of London, United Kingdom

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