Women’s and Indigenous Political Representation in Ecuador: Political Parties and Intersectionality

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Add to Calendar 2020-02-18 16:00:00 2020-02-18 18:00:00 Women’s and Indigenous Political Representation in Ecuador: Political Parties and Intersectionality "Women’s and Indigenous Political Representation in Ecuador: Political Parties and Intersectionality"   Date: Tuesday, February 18, 2020 Time: 4:00-6:00 p.m. Location: The Blackistone Room in Anne Arundel Hall Join the St. Mary's Community in welcoming Dr. Christina Ewig as she presents her research on women and indigenous groups in Latin American politics. Her talk, "Women’s and Indigenous Political Representation in Ecuador: Political Parties and Intersectionality," examines the political incorporation of women and ethnoracially marginalized groups in Ecuador during the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Professor Ewig is currently a fellow in the Latin America Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Dr. Ewig is also professor of public affairs and faculty director of the Center on Women, Gender and Public Policy at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota. Professor Ewig’s research centers on the politics of gender and race in Latin America. She has published widely on gender, race and social policy reforms in Latin America. Her current research investigates whether the rise of women and indigenous peoples into political office in Latin America has made a difference for the kinds of policy that is produced. As faculty director of the Center on Women, Gender and Public Policy, Professor Ewig works to stimulate research, teaching and public engagement on gender and its intersections with other forms of inequality. This event is sponsored by the Department of History, the Department of Political Science, and the Center for the Study of Democracy. Anne Arundel Hall Department of History, Department of Political Science, Department of International Languages and Cultures, and the Center for the Study of Democracy Professor Antonio Ugues America/New_York public
Anne Arundel Hall
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The Blackistone Room
Free

"Women’s and Indigenous Political Representation in Ecuador: Political Parties and Intersectionality"

 

Date: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Time: 4:00-6:00 p.m.

Location: The Blackistone Room in Anne Arundel Hall

Join the St. Mary's Community in welcoming Dr. Christina Ewig as she presents her research on women and indigenous groups in Latin American politics. Her talk, "Women’s and Indigenous Political Representation in Ecuador: Political Parties and Intersectionality," examines the political incorporation of women and ethnoracially marginalized groups in Ecuador during the late 20th and early 21st centuries.

Professor Ewig is currently a fellow in the Latin America Program at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Dr. Ewig is also professor of public affairs and faculty director of the Center on Women, Gender and Public Policy at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota. Professor Ewig’s research centers on the politics of gender and race in Latin America. She has published widely on gender, race and social policy reforms in Latin America. Her current research investigates whether the rise of women and indigenous peoples into political office in Latin America has made a difference for the kinds of policy that is produced. As faculty director of the Center on Women, Gender and Public Policy, Professor Ewig works to stimulate research, teaching and public engagement on gender and its intersections with other forms of inequality.

This event is sponsored by the Department of History, the Department of Political Science, and the Center for the Study of Democracy.

Event Sponsor(s)
Department of History, Department of Political Science, Department of International Languages and Cultures, and the Center for the Study of Democracy
Professor Antonio Ugues
augues@smcm.edu
2408952169
Event Group
Center for the Study of Democracy
History
International Languages and Cultures
Political Science
Lecture or Talk