PVI Mini Conference

2017 PVI Fellows Mini-Conference

PVI Mini ConferenceFriday, May 5, 2017
236 New Cabell Hall

8:30-9:00 Continental Breakfast

9:00-9:15 Welcome
PVI co-Directors, Denise Walsh and Nicholas Winter

9:15-9:30 Opening Remarks
Professor Charlotte Patterson, Psychology and Women, Gender & Sexuality

9:30-11:00 PVI Fellows Panel
Communicating Power, Violence & Inequality
Annie Galvin, Kara Fitzgibbon, Dannah Dennis, Kelli Shermeyer Discussant: Camilla Fojas, Associate Professor of Media Studies

11-11:15 Coffee break

11:15-12:45 PVI Fellows Panel
Education, Power, Violence & Inequality
Kimalee Dickerson, Brooke Dinsmore, Jennifer Poole, Andrew Frankel
Discussant: Rachel Wahl, Assistant Professor, Curry School

12:45-1:45 Panel
Ethics: Eugenics and its Legacy at UVA Today*
Daniel Cavanaugh, Health Sciences Library
Caitlyn Dreisbach, RN Clinician
Kathryn Laughon, Associate Professor of Nursing

Research on power, violence and inequality raises ethical dilemmas for scholars, including how to tackle these issues in institutions of higher learning. Panelists will discuss how and why it is important to address the role of the University of Virginia in the eugenics movement and why scholars need to study its contemporary legacies, one of which is racial bias.

*Lunch will be served.

Conference Videos

Panel 1

Panel 2