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I am Psyched! Exhibit

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We are honored to host the I am Psyched! National Tour Exhibit at the University of Michigan Department of Psychology during November 16-17th of this year. I am Psyched! is a multimedia pop-up exhibit that explores the history of contemporary contributions of women of color in psychology. The tour continues around the country, featuring women psychologists and discussions on how they have used psychology to make positive social change. Inspiring Histories, Inspiring Lives: Women of Color in Psychology. An interactive exhibit, "I am Psyched!" will be displayed in the East Hall 3rd Floor Atrium Nov 16-17. This APA exhibit outlines the critical role that women of color have played in the history of psychology over the last century.

READING GROUP
Mon, Nov 6, 1-2:30pm [Lane Hall G240]
Students in the ProgressLab and I will be discussing two of Prof. Rutherford's recent articles in preparation for her visit. Everyone is welcome to join, Nov 6, 1-2:30pm in Lane Hall Rm G240. The articles can be found here.

GRADUATE STUDENT DISCUSSION
Working Betwixt & Between: Feminism & Psychology
Wed, Nov 15, 1-2:30pm [East Hall 2463]
Profs. Rutherford and McClelland will lead an informal conversation about working "betwixt and between" feminism and psychology on Wed, Nov 15, 1-2:30pm, in East Hall 2463. All graduate students and faculty are welcome (no need to have read anything to join conversation).

COLLOQUIUM TALK
Alexandra Rutherford, Dept. of Psychology, York University
Thurs, Nov 16, 12-1:30pm [East Hall 4464]
Too close for comfort? Feminism, psychology, and the gendering of neoliberal subjectivity
See poster attached and below for abstract and more details.

EXHIBIT IN EAST HALL
Inspiring Histories, Inspiring Lives: Women of Color in Psychology Pop-Up Exhibit
Nov 16-17 [East Hall 3rd Fl Atrium]
An interactive exhibit, "I am Psyched!" will be displayed in the East Hall 3rd Floor Atrium Nov 16-17. This APA exhibit outlines the critical role that women of color have played in the history of psychology over the last century. Bring yourself, as well as undergrad/grad classes and sections to explore the exhibit.

HIGHLIGHTING UM PSYCH ALUM
Alexandra Rutherford
Thurs, Nov 16, 4-5pm [East Hall 3rd Fl Atrium]
The exhibit's co-developer, Alexandra Rutherford, will lead an interactive discussion about the "I am Psyched!' exhibit Nov 16, 4-5pm on the 3rd Floor Atrium in East Hall. This discussion will highlight specific accomplishments of UM Psychology's alumnae of color who have made critical contributions to psychology, across many fields, over the last century.

All of these would be great opportunities to bring classes, sections, and labs to learn about the history and influence of women of color in psychology.
All events are open and free to the public.
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When and Where

Map East Hall - Third Floor Terrace

November 2017

10:00am - 5:00pm

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