Kimberlé Crenshaw, Professor of Law at UCLA and Columbia Law School, is a leading authority in the area of Civil Rights, Black feminist legal theory, and race, racism and the law. Her articles have appeared in the Harvard Law Review, National Black Law Journal, Stanford Law Review and Southern California Law Review. She is the founding coordinator of the Critical Race Theory Workshop and co-editor of the volume Critical Race Theory: Key Documents That Shaped the Movement. Crenshaw has lectured widely on race matters, addressing audiences across the country as well as in Europe, India, Africa and South America. Crenshaw also writes for Ms. Magazine, the Nation and other print media, and has appeared as a regular commentator on "The Tavis Smiley Show,” NPR, and MSNBC.
Her groundbreaking work on "Intersectionality” has traveled globally and was influential in the drafting of the equality clause in the South African Constitution. A specialist on race and gender equality, she has facilitated workshops for human rights activists in Brazil and in India, and for constitutional court judges in South Africa.
In 1996, she co-founded the African American Policy Forum to house a variety of projects designed to deliver research-based strategies to better advance social inclusion. Among the Forum's projects are the Affirmative Action Research and Policy Consortium and the Multiracial Literacy and Leadership Initiative. With the support of the Rockefeller Foundation, Crenshaw facilitates the Bellagio Project, an international network of scholars working in the field of social inclusion from five continents. Currently, she serves as Committee Chair for the U.S.-Brazil Joint Action Plan to Promote Racial and Ethnic Equality, an initiative of the U.S. State Department.
About the Moe Lecture
The Moe Visiting Lectureship is endowed by Robert and Karin Moe in honor of their daughter, Kris Burke Moe, class of 1984. Since its inaugural year in 2000, the Moe Lectureship has afforded Gustavus the opportunity to bring top feminist scholars and artists to campus from various fields including anthropology, film, cultural studies, biology, English, nursing, philosophy, history, theatre, and law.
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|Apr 22 7:30–9 pm||2016 Moe Visiting Lecturer: Professor Kimberlé Crenshawhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/2016-moe-visiting-lecturer-professor-kimberl-crenshaw/47574Alumni Hall|
|Nov 20, 2015 4–5:30 pm||GWSS Research Mixerhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/gwss-research-mixer/46841Banquet Room B - Heritage Banquet Room|
|Nov 3, 2015 6:30–8 pm||Rethinking Sexual Citizenship after the Demise of DOMA, a lecture by Dr. Jyl Josephson '82https://gustavus.edu/calendar/rethinking-sexual-citizenship-after-the-demise-of-doma-a-lecture-by-dr-jyl-josephson-82-2/46932Beck 101|
|Apr 30, 2015 8:30–9:30 pm||Living Stateless: Documentary Screening and Conversation with Filmmaker Matt Fillmorehttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/living-stateless-documentary-screening-and-conversation-with-filmmaker-matt-fillmore/45210Beck 101|
|Mar 25, 2015 7–9 pm||Cuba Today and Tomorrowhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/cuba-today-and-tomorrow/44961Wallenberg Auditorium, Nobel Hall|
|Nov 4, 2014 7–9 pm||"Punches N Ponytails" Film Screening and Discussion with Filmmaker Pankaj Rishi Kumarhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/punches-n-ponytails-film-screening-and-discussion-with-filmmaker-pankaj-rishi-kumar/43123Beck Hall 101|
|Oct 22, 2014 7–9:30 pm||Flower Workers' Lecturehttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/flower-workers-lecture/43240Wallenberg Auditorium, Nobel Hall|
|Mar 14, 2014 12:30–1:30 pm||Revolution from Within: The Interiorization of Feminist Self-Help by Michaele Fergusonhttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/revolution-from-within-the-interiorization-of-feminist-self-help-by-michaele-ferguson/41330Old Main 05|
|Mar 10, 2014 7–8:30 pm||"Performing Gender: Sometimes I do and Sometimes I don't" -- Moe Lecture in GWS by Chimamanda Adichiehttps://gustavus.edu/calendar/performing-gender-sometimes-i-do-and-sometimes-i-don-t-moe-lecture-in-gws-by-chimamanda-adichie/38950Alumni Hall|
Moe Visiting Lecture in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
The Moe Visiting Lectureship was endowed by Robert and Karin Moe in honor of their daughter, Kris Burke Moe, class of 1984. This lectureship had become a signature event in the Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies program at Gustavus. It has afforded us the opportunity to bring top feminist scholars from the fields of Biology, English, Nursing, Philosophy, History, and Theatre to Gustavus. It has been invaluable in attracting students from a number of different disciplines to our program.
|2012||Jackson Katz||Independent Filmmaker and Author|
|2010||Drucilla K. Barker||University of California (Anthropology)|
|2008||Anne Fausto-Sterling||Brown University (Biologist)|
|2006||Angela Davis||University of California, Santa Cruz (Philosophy)|
|2004||Lourdes Portillo||Independent Film Maker|
|2003||Verona Gordon||University of Minnesota (Nursing)|
|2002||Jacqueline Royster||The Ohio State University (English/Composition)|
|2001||Anita Gonzalez||Conneticut College (Theatre)|
|2000||Margaret Simons||University of South Illinois (Philosophy)|