Inside/Out: Exploring gender and space in life, culture, and art

“Inside/Out” brought together artists, public intellectuals, and scholars in the fields of design, the humanities, and the social sciences to consider the dynamic interaction between two notions: how gender affects the way we experience, construct, and use spaces, and how the notion of space influences the way we think about gender.

In cooperation with the Radcliffe Institue of Advanced Study

Janine Antoni, independent artist
Sponsored by the Dean’s Office

Post-event coverage: “Inside/Out: Annual Conference Brings Together Scholars and Artists to Comment on Gender and Space