Feminists have done much to make visible the myriad forms that power can take – and the surprising, even intimate, sites where power is wielded. Becoming alert to all the forms and places where power might be wielded can make one see it everywhere, and that in turn can, of course, create barriers to trust. Cynthia Enloe, Research Professor in IDCE and Women’s Studies, will lead us in exploring that conundrum, and its relationship to our ability to create and participate in dialogue.
"Talking about the Subtleties of Power without the Paranoia: Some Feminist Clues"
December 5, 2007
Jefferson 320, Clark University
RT: 64 minutes