CGSHE Speaker Series: Incorporating Intersectionality Into Your Quantitative Research

CGSHE Speaker Series presents:
Dr. Greta Bauer
CIHR Sex & Gender Science Chair / Western University

Incorporating Intersectionality Into Your Quantitative Research
Date: Thursday February 18
Time: 12:00-1:00 PM Pacific time
Via Zoom: Register now


About the talk: Since Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the term intersectionality in 1989, there’s been much dialogue about how it could be better utilized for creating equity for all and better shape our understanding of human experiences from gender to health. In this talk, Dr. Greta Bauer will discuss how intersectionality can be incorporated into quantitative research. Zoom in on Thursday, February 18 at noon Pacific time to learn how!


About the speaker: Dr. Greta Bauer is a Professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University, and a CIHR Sex and Gender Science Chair. Her primary research interests are in social marginalization and health, particularly as related to sexual and gender minority communities, and in quantitative research methodology for studying communities that experience marginalization.


About the CGSHE Speaker Series: Organized as monthly academic rounds, the CGSHE Speaker Series brings cutting-edge research in the field of gender and sexual health equity to researchers, practitioners, students and interested members of the public. This is a unique opportunity for education and dialogue.