Social Sciences Department Lecture Series tonight in Sneden

Image advertising a lecture series. There is a photo of feminist political geographer Lindsay Naylor standing in front of a map of the Americas. The text reads: "GRCC Social Sciences Department Lecture Series on Race, Ethnicity, and Diversity. Fair Rebels? Fair Trade in Movement and the Possibilities of Being in Common. Tuesday, March 19, 2019. 6:30-7:30 p.m. DeVos Campus, Sneden Hall, Room 108. Free and open to the public."

Fair Rebels? Fair Trade in Movement and the Possibilities of Being in Common

  • WHEN: Tuesday, March 19, 2019, from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
  • WHERE: DeVos Campus, Sneden Hall, Room 108
  • WHO: Dr. Lindsay Naylor, Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Delaware

A feminist political geographer, Lindsay Naylor is an assistant professor in the University of Delaware’s Department of Geography. She also holds a joint appointment with the Department of Women and Gender Studies and serves as an affiliate faculty member in Latin American and Iberian Studies.

Using food and agricultural production as a lens to explore human-environment interactions and geopolitical spaces, Dr. Naylor has examined a number of issues, such as GMOs in food sovereignty, alternative food networks, consumer motivations for purchasing fair trade coffee, urban agriculture, and indigenous rights in southern Mexico. Her extensive fieldwork in Chiapas has provided a foundation for her book, Fair Trade Rebels: Coffee Production and Struggles for Autonomy in Chiapas, which will be published by the University of Minnesota Press later this year. Dr. Naylor is one of 45 distinguished geographers listed as part of the Visiting Geographical Scientist program funded by the International Geographical Honor Society and administered by the American Association of Geographers.

For more information, please call (616) 234-4283.

This event is free and open to the public.

Social Sciences Department Lecture Series next week

Image advertising a lecture series. There is a photo of feminist political geographer Lindsay Naylor standing in front of a map of the Americas. The text reads: "GRCC Social Sciences Department Lecture Series on Race, Ethnicity, and Diversity. Fair Rebels? Fair Trade in Movement and the Possibilities of Being in Common. Tuesday, March 19, 2019. 6:30-7:30 p.m. DeVos Campus, Sneden Hall, Room 108. Free and open to the public."

Fair Rebels? Fair Trade in Movement and the Possibilities of Being in Common

  • WHEN: Tuesday, March 19, 2019, from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
  • WHERE: DeVos Campus, Sneden Hall, Room 108
  • WHO: Dr. Lindsay Naylor, Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Delaware

A feminist political geographer, Lindsay Naylor is an assistant professor in the University of Delaware’s Department of Geography. She also holds a joint appointment with the Department of Women and Gender Studies and serves as an affiliate faculty member in Latin American and Iberian Studies.

Using food and agricultural production as a lens to explore human-environment interactions and geopolitical spaces, Dr. Naylor has examined a number of issues, such as GMOs in food sovereignty, alternative food networks, consumer motivations for purchasing fair trade coffee, urban agriculture, and indigenous rights in southern Mexico. Her extensive fieldwork in Chiapas has provided a foundation for her book, Fair Trade Rebels: Coffee Production and Struggles for Autonomy in Chiapas, which will be published by the University of Minnesota Press later this year. Dr. Naylor is one of 45 distinguished geographers listed as part of the Visiting Geographical Scientist program funded by the International Geographical Honor Society and administered by the American Association of Geographers.

For more information, please call (616) 234-4283.

This event is free and open to the public.

César Chávez Event October 18 at the ATC

The Bob and Aleicia Woodrick Center for Equity and Inclusion is hosting “Millennials Putting into Action the Legacy of César Chávez” on Wednesday, October 18, from 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. in room #168 of the Wisner-Bottrall Applied Technology Center (ATC).

This event is free and open to both GRCC staff/students and the public.

2017-10-18 Andrés Chávez Event handout