|Robyn Hemmert presenting at the conference.|
Photo by Anne Johnson, debate team member.
ISU debaters Matea Ivanovič, Kendra Doty, Roger Copenhaver, and Robyn Hemmert all presented at the Janet C. Anderson Center's 10th Annual Gender and Sexuality Conference. Director of Debate, Sarah T. Partlow Lefevre also participated in the conference.
Kendra Doty presented a paper titled Do Stereotypes Regarding Pregnant and Parenting Teenagers Change with an Increase in Education?
Matea Ivanovic was on a student panel discussing Gender Performance in American Literature.
Roger Copenhaver presented a paper titled Queering Education: Challenging the Epistemic Privilege Given to Heteronormativity in the Classroom.
Robyn Hemmert presented a paper titled Moms Rising to Equality: A Movement's Rhetorical Strategies in Context.
Sarah T. Partlow Lefevre presented a paper titled (Im)perfecting Princesses: Entelechy and the Comic Corrective in Audience Depictions of Disney Princesses.