This edition of the UNT Speaks Out series highlights research and resources related to bodies and body image in the UNT community. Ranging from historical research on representations of little men in 18th-century England, to gendered fashions that shape and restrict the body, to research on the impact of body image on self-esteem and identity, the human form is a generative object of study for UNT scholars. This event features faculty, staff and students who investigate bodies and who offer critical services to UNT students.

Featuring:

  • Deborah Armintor - Associate Professor, UNT Department of English, College of Arts & Sciences
  • Jessica Strubel - Assistant Professor, UNT Department of Merchandising & Digital Retailing, College of Merchandising, Hospitality & Tourism
  • Kayla Carrigan - Doctoral Student, Counseling Psychology
  • Annette Becker - Texas Fashion Collection
  • Steffanie Grossman - UNT Counseling & Testing Services

 

Visit the Bodies in the Stacks exhibit, on view in the Forum through January!

When

Wednesday, November 16, 2016 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm

Where

Willis Library
250H

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