Presenter Information

Sherry Rhodes, Collin CollegeFollow

Location

Virtual - Zoom

Event Website

http://www.collin.edu/community/dignity/

Start Date

12-11-2020 5:30 PM

Description

Virtual presentation sponsored by the Plano (Spring Creek) Campus District Team

The film demonstrates how our culture's narrow definition of masculinity is potentially harming men, boys, and our society. Directed by Jennifer Siebels, the film features appearances by psychologists, pediatricians, and community activists such as Professor Michael Kimmel, Tony Porter, and Jackson Katz, all who discuss the effects of the socialization process in our culture as well as suggestions for change.

The film will be available for viewing prior to the panel discussion on November 12th. Panelists for the discussion are:

  • Zach Shipley - Professor, Political Science
  • Kemal Moula - Professor, Foreign Language
  • Michael Schueth - Professor, English
  • Sean Geraghty - Professor, Foreign Language, Humanities

A Q&A session will follow the panel discussion.

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Nov 12th, 5:30 PM

The Mask You Live In Film Screening / Panel Discussion

Virtual - Zoom

Virtual presentation sponsored by the Plano (Spring Creek) Campus District Team

The film demonstrates how our culture's narrow definition of masculinity is potentially harming men, boys, and our society. Directed by Jennifer Siebels, the film features appearances by psychologists, pediatricians, and community activists such as Professor Michael Kimmel, Tony Porter, and Jackson Katz, all who discuss the effects of the socialization process in our culture as well as suggestions for change.

The film will be available for viewing prior to the panel discussion on November 12th. Panelists for the discussion are:

  • Zach Shipley - Professor, Political Science
  • Kemal Moula - Professor, Foreign Language
  • Michael Schueth - Professor, English
  • Sean Geraghty - Professor, Foreign Language, Humanities

A Q&A session will follow the panel discussion.

https://digitalcommons.collin.edu/dignityinitiative/2020-2021/2020-2021/1