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(CANCELLED) Settler News Narratives of HIV Non-Disclosure: Deconstructing Representations of Indigeneity, Sexuality and Law

Posted in Politics & Society
Mar 12, 2020

Dr. Emily Snyder is an assistant professor in women’s and gender studies and Indigenous studies at the University of Saskatchewan.

This event has been cancelled.

College of Arts and Science faculty member Dr. Emily Snyder (PhD) delivers the annual New Feminist Research Lecture, hosted by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program.

Thursday, March 12
4–5:30 pm
Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, 191 Murray Building, 3 Campus Dr.

Free and open to the public

Info: marie.lovrod@usask.ca

This annual lecture hosted by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program features the work of emerging feminist scholars. This year, Dr. Emily Snyder (PhD) will be presenting a talk titled “Settler News Narratives of HIV Non-disclosure: Deconstructing Representations of Indigeneity, Sexuality and Law.” Snyder is an assistant professor in women’s and gender studies and Indigenous studies at the University of Saskatchewan.

 

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