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  "Using Magic to Reimagine Womanhood: Gender, Witchcraft, and Identity Politics"  
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Through Feminist Eyes series welcomes Dr. Ashley Reichelmann, Assistant Professor of Sociology.

This lecture will explore how women make sense of their gender through witchcraft. Using original data collected through interviews with women who self-define as witches, we will discuss the category of "witch," how it interacts with gender to produce a fluid identity, and how its interpretive lens allows for them re-define what it means to be a "woman" in modern society.


Location: Fralin Auditorium
Price: Free
Sponsor: Women's Center at Virginia Tech and Women's and Gender Studies with the Department of Sociology
Contact: Dr. Sharon P. Johnson
E-Mail: spjohnso@vt.edu
   
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