“Re-thinking Marginalized Identities in Pandemics” colloquium Oct. 9

Wake Forest University and Sant’Anna Institute in Sorrento, Italy, have teamed up to present the second International Virtual Colloquium, titled “Re-thinking Marginalized Identities in Pandemics” on Friday, Oct. 9, at 11 a.m. Graffiti stencil that says "COVID-19" beneath a face mask

Organized and moderated by Sant’Anna academic director Marco Marino and Wake Forest associate professor of Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies Wanda Balzano, the colloquium will examine the ways the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted equity and equality. Top scholars from around the world will consider the disproportionate and devastating outcomes of the pandemic and how they relate to gender, sexuality, race and class. Through these conversations, Wake Forest, the Sant’Anna Institute and panelists will contribute to the current and urgent conversation about equality from a multicultural perspective.

The event is free to attend. Complete the registration form to receive an emailed link to the webinar.

Read more about the colloquium and view the list of panelists on the Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies website.