Wed, Apr 3, 2024

2:30 PM – 3:40 PM (GMT+2)

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Classroom CP55 - Alwaleed Hall (beside Quick)

AUC Avenue, P.O. Box 74, New Cairo, 11835, Egypt




The Prince Alwaleed Center for American Studies and Research at The School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, The American University in Cairo would cordially like to invite you to a public lecture titled: How Different Are We? Sexual Harassment Education in the US and Egypt

Join guest speaker Jillian Campana, Professor, Department of the Arts and the Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies, School of Humanities and Social Sciences at AUC as she explores the similarities and differences between anti-sexual harassment training and education in the US and Egypt giving special attention to the issue of safety in university campuses. How we deal with sexual harassment and educate the general public about the issue are influenced by pervading attitudes toward sexual crimes, sexuality, gender, youth movements and cultural trends, so how different is our approach to sexual harassment education?

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*This special lecture is part of the undergraduate course AMST 1099 - 'Exploring Feminist Perspectives in Egypt and the US'

**AUC is a tobacco-free community. Smoking is only permitted in designated areas.
***A photo ID is required for entry. Facial recognition is required at all times.


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