Please take note that this event has been moved to McIntyre Medical Building, room 522, to accomodate the large number of guests.
How do social movements resist and react to new measures for legal equality?
This interdisciplinary panel tackles this question via resistance to intersectional state violence, transgender people's legal consciousness, and race-based critiques of rights.
Sharon Cowan, School of Law, University of Edinburgh
Roderick Ferguson, American Studies Department, University of Minnesota
Dean Spade, Seattle University School of Law
Moderated by Robert Leckey, McGill Faculty of Law.
The panel discussion, which is organized by Robert Leckey, will be followed by a reception sponsored by McGill's Institute for Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies (IGSF).
Free and open to the public, but registration is required: Proceed to online registration