About the event
Washington State University’s Entrepreneurial Faculty Ambassadors and the Palouse Discovery Science Center’s next Science Pub talk will discuss the role feminism plays in addressing the gaps in established science.
Amy Mazur, a Claudius O. and Mary W. Johnson Distinguished Professor in political science at WSU and an associate researcher at the Centre d’Etudes Européennes at Sciences Po, Paris, and Samantha Noll, assistant professor in The School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs, will map out the different feminist approaches that are used in current research. In addition to discussing the gaps in established scientific practices, they will present one specific area of feminist political science that has an integrative, comparative feminist agenda.
Science Pubs was established to share science and research expertise at WSU with the local community.
A donation of $5 is suggested, but not required to attend. All proceeds will go to support the Palouse Discovery Science Center.
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