Museum Association of Arizona

 

2017 MAA Spring Conference

Monday, April 3, 2017

Arizona History Museum, Tucson AZ

co-sponsored by the Arizona Historical Society

      INCLUSIVITY:  creating an atmosphere in which all people feel valued and respected, and have access to the same opportunities

Plenary Panel

Inclusivity: From Inaction to In Action    

                 
           Caspar                     Munoz                      Troutman                Stauber                     Henry

The Plenary Panel, Inclusivity: From Inaction to In Action, will feature five members of the University of Arizona's Institute for LGBT Studies Affiliated Faculty, a group of diverse individuals who have been thinking about and actively working to create an atmosphere of inclusivity in their own work.   Join us for a lively discussion that will include defining inclusivity, how to increase inclusivity without creating a sense of exclusivity, and the challenges of speaking "for" an under-represented group. 

ModeratorW. James Burns, Ph.D. (Director, The University of Arizona Museum of Art and the Center for Creative Photography, Affiliated Faculty, Institute for LGBT Studies)

PanelMonica J. Casper, Ph.D. (Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Inclusion in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Professor of Gender and Women's Studies, Professor of Public Health, and affiliated faculty member in the School of Sociology, Africana Studies, and the Institute for LGBT Studies)

Kevin Lawrence Henry, Jr., Ph.D., (Assistant Professor of Education Policy Studies and Practice and affiliated faculty member in Africana Studies and the Institute for LGBT Studies.Leah Stauber, Clinical Assistant Professor, Community and Systems Health Science Division, College of Nursing, and affiliated faculty, Department of Mexican American Studies and the Institute for LGBT Studies)

Manuel Muñoz, MFA, (Associate Professor, English, and affiliated faculty, Institute for LGBT Studies)

Leah Stauber, Ph.D., Clinical Assistant Professor, Community and Systems Health Science Division, College of Nursing, and affiliated faculty, Department of Mexican American Studies and the Institute for LGBT Studies.

Stephanie Troutman, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of English, co-director of Wildcat Writers and The Southern Arizona Writing Project, and affiliated faculty, Institute for LGBT Studies.


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