The Distinguished Visiting Scholars program brings to Washington University underrepresented minorities who have distinguished themselves as leaders and innovators in the academy, in business or in fields of endeavor. These are the Upcoming 2021-2022 Visiting Scholars.

Rhoda Reddock, Emerita Professor, Institute for Gender and Development Studies, The University of West Indies

Visit: April 9 – 17, 2022

Public Lecture: Who Owns Women’s Rights? Reflections on the UN Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW)

Date: April 12 | Time: 5:00pm| Location: Women’s Lounge/Hybrid

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Public Lecture: Enacting Difference and Citizenship in Racialized Postcolonial Multiethnic Societies: The Case of Trinidad & Tobago

Date: April 14 | Time: 3:00pm| Location: Virtual

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Sponsor: Department of African & African American Studies

Rhoda Reddock

Rhoda Reddock is Emerita Professor of Gender, Social Change and Development and former Deputy Principal of The University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine Campus in Trinidad and Tobago. Her work has focused on race and ethnicity; gender, feminism and sexualities, women’s social and labor history; social movements; radical Caribbean social thought, development, and identity.