Ain’t I A Man: If I Act Like A Woman and Think Like A Man?
September 18, 2012
Brewer Hegeman Conference Center
University of Central Arkansas
201 Donaghey Avenue
This panel introduces a womanist and feminist response to gender stereotypes
in religion and popular culture. The following questions will be answered:
Should women define their place, work, and worth in relationships based on
how men think? What does it mean to think like a woman and act like a woman
beyond what a man thinks? Can a man think like a woman and act like a man in
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Religion and Culture: Race, Sex, Gender, and Sexuality
Benefit of attending:
The panel addresses themes relevant to university research and education, but
also relevant to community groups including churches, political organizations,
and women’s clubs. This panel addresses the intersections between theory and
How can this benefit educators?:
Because our panel includes instructors from both the academic and church
communities, educators will be exposed to theories and ideas of a
fundamentally interdisciplinary nature.
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Dr. Taine Duncan is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy and
Religion at UCA. She also teaches courses for the Gender Studies minor
program, and for the African/African-American Studies program. She is the
faculty advisor for the Feminist Union at UCA. She can be contacted via email
Mr. I. Malik Saafir is an Adjunct Instructor in the Department of Philosophy and
Religion at UCA. He is also founder of the Rev. Dr. William H. Robinson School
of Practical Theology. He can be contacted via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Tanya Jeffcoat is Resident Master of EDGE Residential College and is an
instructor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion. She also teaches
courses for the African/African-American Studies Program. She is the faculty
advisor for the National Association of Black Men, United and for PRISM: The
Gay-Straight Alliance. She can be contacted via email at: email@example.com