Past Events


Women & Social Organizing in Tunisia and Egypt: Panel Discussion

November 7, 5pm

ADMN 321

This panel discussion with Mai Amer (Egypt), Nawrez Ellafi (Tunisia), Feriel Habel (Tunisia), and Noha Samuel (Egypt) is part of a three-part lecture series that brings academics and activists to campus to discuss organizing for women's rights in the Middle East. 

For more information: Women & Social Organizing in Tunisia and Egypt: Panel Discussion

This event is supported by the United States Department of State Professional Fellows Program.

Egyptian and Tunisian flags side by side

Unimagined Latin@s

January 18, 6-8:30pm

Pigott Auditorium 

Unimagined Latin@s of great walls, borders, bridges, and dreams with Jeanette Rodríguez, Steven Bender, Natalie Cisneros, and Gabriella Gutiérrez y Muhs


Co-sponsored by Seattle University School of Law, Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture, Mateo Ricci College, College of Arts and Sciences, and Seattle University Women and Gender Studies


Poster for the event,

#MeToo | A Post-Weinstein Conversation on Women, Media & The Law

Tuesday, January 16, 12:30-1:20pm

Bannan 102

An open conversation hosted by professors Dr. Kirsten Thompson (Film Studies), Dr. Caitlin Carlson (Communication & Journalism), and Dr. Theresa Earenfight (Women & Gender Studies). Free and open to all. Contact:

Co-sponsored by the Film Studies and Women & Gender Studies Departments