Here are a few photos I took at the 2017 James Tiptree, Jr. Symposium at the University of Oregon. This year’s symposium honored Ursula K. Le Guin and featured panels and talks by feminist science fiction writers, scholars, students, and other luminaries.
My official badge.
My WGS 410/510: Feminist Science Fiction class produced research posters for their final projects, which were hung at the back of the auditorium.
A couple of the research posters (used with permission).
Four of my WGS 410/510: Feminist Science Fiction class participated in a panel talking about Le Guin’s The Word for World is Forest.
Le Guin was on hand during the first day of the symposium.
An exhibit of Le Guin’s papers at the University of Oregon’s Special Collections and University Archives in Knight Library.
More photos can be found on the Tiptree Award website: https://tiptree.org/2016/12/photos-from-the-tiptree-symposium
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