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Book cover for

Identity, Power, and Sexual Citizenship: A Conversation with Jennifer Hirsch and Shamus Khan

Health, Safety, and Well-being Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, Education, and Response New Professional Senior Level
May 27, 2020   |  3:00 PM - 4:15 PM Monica Nixon Jennifer S. Hirsch Shamus Khan

Please note: Time zones are listed in Eastern.

Institutions of higher education are legally, and many believe morally, required to prevent and address campus sexual violence. While these efforts are intended to be comprehensive, research presented in the new book Sexual Citizens by Columbia University faculty Jennifer Hirsch and Shamus Khan demonstrates the potential power of centering racial justice to create campuses with less sexual violence for all students. NASPA’s Monica Nixon, Assistant Vice President for Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice, will facilitate a conversation with the authors, who co-directed the ethnographic research component of Columbia’s Sexual Health Initiative to Foster Transformation (SHIFT) project, about identity, power, and sexual citizenship. This session will explore the ideas of social and sexual geography and lift up how the inclusion of an equity, inclusion, and social justice lens is vital in our approach to this topic. 

Presented by Culture of Respect and open to all.

Cost
FREE
Course Length
75 minutes
Course Type
Live Briefing

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Additional Information

Content Warning

Participants should be advised that Drs. Hirsch and Khan’s discussion of Sexual Citizens will include descriptions of actual sexual assaults, as students recounted them.

Engage with the Authors

If you have a question, please consider submitting it ahead of the webinar. We may not be able to get to all questions, but thank you in advance for your active participation. Additionally, you may purchase the book by visiting the Sexual Citizens website.

NASPA webinar participants who would like their copy of the book personalized are invited to email the authors at sexualcitizens@gmail.com, specifying if they would like Shamus or Jennifer to inscribe the book (please include a mailing address). One of the authors will inscribe and mail back a special label which can then be pasted into the book. Addresses will not be retained or used for any other purpose.

Learning Outcomes

Individuals who attend this session will:

  • articulate a deeper understanding of the ways identity, privilege, and race intersect with sexual violence;
  • understand systemic, ecological dimensions of campus life that affect sexual violence; and
  • recognize how sexual violence prevention, education, and response work should be integrated into every role at an institution and into COVID-19 campus planning.

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