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DIsh It Up | Lunch on Us Series

Join us for our Dish It Up/Lunch on Us Series at the Women's Resources Center every 2nd and 4th Monday at noon (12 p.m. CST). Enjoy a complimentary meal while listening to speakers, lecturers, and panelists explore a variety of topics at the intersection of gender and other social identities.

Dish It Up and the Lunch on Us programs from OIIR offer a unique opportunity to engage with your peers in a rewarding discussion of identity, social phenomena, and justice on campus. Each Dish It Up program offers vegan and vegetarian food options.

Should you require any additional accommodations (assistance with food and seating, large print programs, ASL interpreter, visual/audio assistance, etc.), please contact the Women's Resources Center at womenscenter@illinois.edu, or phone at 217.333.3137 at your earliest convenience. 

Dish It Up Fall 2017

September 11:: Womxn in Prison: A Closer Look at the Rising Rates of Womxn’s Incarceration, Araceli Diaz, Assistant Director, La Casa Cultural Latina

September 25:: Networks of Care and Consciousness: Black Doulas and Birth Work in Post-Katrina New Orleans, Isis Rose, Doctoral Student, Department of Anthropology

October 9:: Trigger Warnings: History, Theory, Context, Emily Knox, PhD. Assistant Professor in the School of Information Sciences. In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month at the University of Illinois

October 23:: Domestic Violence and the Law: Reflections from a Court Advocate, Lisa Little, ICADV, Court Advocate, Courage Connection. In honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month at the University of Illinois

November 13:: A Journey Through Expressive Arts,  Kathleen Horne, MA, LMHC, REACE, Co-founder and Core Faculty, Expressive Arts Florida Institute & Tamara Teeter Knapp, BA, Certified K-12 Art, Co-founder and Core Faculty, Expressive Arts Florida Institute. In honor of Art and Health Month at the University of Illinois

November 27:: Sisterhood Remixed: Women of Color Reflect on Greek Life, Christina Carpio, Assistant Director, Asian American Cultural Center

December 11:: Disney’s Latina Pre-tween Audience: A Critical Discursive Analysis of Disney’s First Latina Princess, Diana Leon-Boys, Doctoral Student, Institute of Communications Research

Paid for in part by Student Cultural Programming Fee. For a complete listing of OIIR’s Lunch on Us program, view the full schedule.