Pembroke Center

Pembroke Center Projects

In tandem with its teaching, research, and public humanities programming, the Pembroke Center is committed to special projects and initiatives that are critical to our mission and intersect with multiple Pembroke Center program arms.

What sort of projects and initiatives does the Pembroke Center undertake?

The Publics Lecture Series features speakers whose work exemplifies breakthrough creativity in attending to real world-questions of gender and sexual orientation in national and transnational contexts.

The Black Feminist Theory Project aims to enhance the visibility and accessibility of Black feminist discourse on campus, in the archives, and beyond.

The LGBTQIA+ Thinking initiative is devoted to the active production of knowledge generated from and about sexual and gender minorities.

The Public Health Collaborative works at the intersection of gender and sexuality studies and public health.

Pembroke Faculty Seed Grant projects are collaborative research initiatives that involve Brown faculty from the humanities, social sciences, creative arts, and health sciences.

Past projects include the four-year series Seeing War Differently, focused on multidisciplinary analyses of war, and The 19th at 100, which celebrated the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment and the progress made by generations of activists who worked for universal suffrage.