CCTEC & Women’s Studies Presents Gender & Violence Roundtable
The Center for Catholic Thought, Ethics and Culture
Women's Studies Program
present a roundtable discussion
Gender and Violence
Wednesday, February 28
In November, 2006, the United Nations and Amnesty International launched a campaign to strengthen the international human rights focus on violence against women (and children) used as a means of oppression, suppression and marginalization. The panel will address various aspects of the topic, including historical and religious legacies of violence against women, domestic questions and legalities, and the psychology of trauma.
Annette Bailey, Social Work
June-Ann Greeley, Religious Studies
Michelle Loris, English and Psychology
Christel Manning, Religious Studies
Jennifer McLaughlin, History
Patrick Morris, Criminal Justice
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