Art, Public Policy: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue on Title IX and the Clery Act
Across the country, the safety of women on university and college campuses is receiving renewed attention. This panel discussion will examine how different academic, professional, and creative disciplines are responding to the issue. Panelists from the fields of art, law, communications, and rape crisis counseling will also explore where interdisciplinary collaborations can contribute to making college campuses safe and welcoming for women.
Tatyana Fazlalizadeh – Artist in Residence, Northeastern Center for the Arts
Martha F. Davis – Moderator and Professor of Law
Aziza Ahmed – Associate Professor of Law
Greg Goodale – Associate Professor of Communication Studies