Distinguished Speakers Series
14th Annual Distinguished Guest Speaker - Spring 2023
Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of Oklahoma, where she is also a member of the College of Arts and Sciences’ interdisciplinary Data Scholarship Program and a Fellow at the Data Institute for Societal Challenges.
Dr. Schroeder is an award-winning teacher and scholar who works at the intersections of the cultural history of early Christianity, gender studies, and digital humanities. Her most recent monograph, Children and Family in Late Antique Egyptian Monasticism (Cambridge University Press), was recently a finalist for the 2021 American Academy of Religion book award for textual studies in religion.
More information coming soon.
Questions and Accommodations
Maureen Christman is the coordinator for the Distinguished Speaker Series.
Feel free to email GHR@wwu.edu if you have any questions or comments.
Previous Distinguished Speakers
"A Tale of Three Cities: Valmiki's Ramayana and the Foundations of the Culture, Society and Religion in Early India"
"Buddhism and Human Rights: From 19th Century Reformers to Contemporary Advocates"
Republic of China Chair, Department of History and Institute of Asian Research, University of British Columbia
"Dutch Art in the Seventeenth Century: A China Connection?"
"Sibling Rivalries: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam"
Previous Department Sponsored Speakers
"Culinary Rage: Feast, Famine, and Gender Subjectivity"