Join us for an informal discussion with Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling…
Thursday, March 8 at 10am in the 1965 Room
Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling is a leading expert on the development of sexual identity as well as the biology of gender. Her latest research analyzes the emergence of behavioral differences between the sexes in early childhood. Using a groundbreaking new approach to understanding gender differences, Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling is shifting old assumptions about how humans develop particular traits. Dynamic systems theory permits one to understand how cultural difference becomes bodily difference. By applying a dynamic systems approach to the study of human development, Dr. Fausto-Sterling’s work exposes the flawed premise of the nature versus nurture debate.
During this informal discussion, Dr. Fausto-Sterling will provide a brief overview of her studies, and allow the attendees to ask questions. Bring your coffee, and enjoy the discussion.
Date: Thursday, March 8, 2012
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: 1965 Room, University Union
This event is free to attend. It is sponsored by the UW-Green Bay Academic Staff Professional Development Committee.
Dr. Anne Fausto-Sterling is also featured for the following Women’s History Month events: “How do Naked Newborns Become Boys or Girls?” 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 7, Rose Hall 250 and the International Women’s Day Luncheon keynote speaker Noon-1:30pm, March 8, 2012. Women’s History Month events are sponsored by the Office of Student Life, the Office of International Education, and Women’s and Gender Studies. Contact Student Life 465-2720 for more information.