Thursday, December 1, 2016
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Join Carol Glasser, sociology professor of MSU Mankato, for a discussion of the connections between the oppression of human women and non-human animals. These themes will be explored through examples such as intimate partner violence, cultural expectations surrounding food, and the use of sexist and anti-animal images in advertisements. The specific case of women and animals will be used as a springboard to discuss social justice issues more broadly and the links between different forms of oppression.
This event is presented by Advocating for Animals.
Carol Glasser is an Assistant Professor of Sociology and Director of the Kessel Peace Institute at Minnesota State University, Mankato. She is also a co-founder of the feminist collective Progress for Science, which seeks to end experimentation on non-human animals. Glasser's research examines social movements, critical animal studies and gender inequality. She is committed to helping create a more egalitarian world through teaching, research, advocacy and activism for a variety of movements advocating for social justice.