Two new Core offerings
January 27, 2015
CORE 585-06 Gender Studies Symposium
The 34th Annual Gender Studies Symposium will explore a dual
theme, illuminating the many ways in which gender and sexuality
shape the foundational processes of production and
consumption-and vice versa.
Some key questions we hope to explore: How do gender and
sexuality shape the production of goods, services, and people?
How do gender and sexuality influence the consumption of food,
media, belief systems, and more? To what extent is the market
really free? And how are our experiences with and ideologies of
gender and sexuality affected by modes of production and forms
The full schedule of events can be found here:
CORE 590-02 The Ethics of Cultural Self-Awareness: How to Offend
Without Really Trying
During this workshop, we will discuss bias as it applies to many
“categories”, such as race, religion, sexual orientation,
physical condition, socio-economic status, and gender.
Workshop Details & Registration
Date: Friday, April 10, 2015
Time: 1 pm to 5:30 pm
Location: SC Chapel Lewis & Clark Gate 7
Instructor: Michael Kahn, M.Ed., J.D., LPC
Cost: $85, includes 4.5 CEUs or PDUs, $30 students.
To earn CORE experience units for:
The Ethics of Cultural Self-Awareness: How to Offend Without
. Register on WebAdvisor
. Register for the workshop at the student rate on the link