IRI Presentations

2020

Bowleg, L. (2020, September). The Problem with the Phrase “Women and Minorities”: Intersectionality, An Indispensable Critical Theoretical Framework for Behavioral and Social Health Science Research. Invited presentation to the i-BSHS Seminar Series, Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Brown University (Virtual).

Bowleg, L. (2020, September). Stigma, Intersectionality, and Opportunities to Thrive. Invited presentation to Dr. Carmen Logie as part of the Everybody Hates Me: Let's Talk About Stigma podcast (Virtual).

Bowleg, L. (2020, July).  Measurement panel discussion to promoting reductions in Intersectional StigMa (PRISM): A critical lens to advance HIV prevention and care research. Presentation to National Institutes of Health Office of AIDS Research (NIH OAR)-sponsored workshop (W-AIDS2020-01274) at the 23rd International AIDS Conference (Virtual).

Bowleg, L. (2020, July). Intersectionality, intersectional stigma, and intersectional discrimination: Critical frameworks for HIV prevention and treatment. Invited presentation to the Intersectional Stigma and Discrimination Workshop, National Institutes of Health Office of AIDS Research and National Institute of Mental Health (Virtual).

Bowleg, L. (2020. July). Multilevel intersectional stigma in HIV prevention. Invited presentation to the Intersectional Stigma and Discrimination Workshop, National Institutes of Health Office of AIDS Research and National Institute of Mental Health (Virtual).

Bowleg, L. (2020, May). Intersectional stigma beyond the individual-level: Improving HIV prevention for Black gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. Invited presentation to HIV Center Grand Rounds at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University, NY.

Bowleg, L. (2020, January). The phrase “women and minorities” and other blunders: Applying intersectionality to social and behavioral science research to challenge assumptions and injustice.  Invited presentation to “Challenging Assumptions” Colloquium Series, Department of Psychology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

2019

Bowleg, L. (2019, November). Yes, racism is harmful to health: On epistemological ignorance, research, evidence and remedies.  Invited presentation to Racial Justice: Health and Health Care Perspectives Seminar Series, Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

Bowleg, L. (2019, October). Inroads into intersectionality. Invited presentation to Columbian College of Arts and Sciences National Council Advisory Board Meeting, the George Washington University, Washington, DC.

Bowleg, L. (2019, September). On intersectional discrimination and stigma, not intersecting populations (and other considerations for intersectional research on bisexual health). Invited panel chair for Session 2: Intersecting Populations, National Institutes of Health Bisexual Health Research Workshop, Bethesda, MD.

Bowleg, L. (2019, March). No attention to power, no intersectionality: Transcending intersectionality as only about identities in health research with Black men. Presentation at Intersectional Echoes: Cross Generational Practices and Knowledge Production, Center for Feminist Research, University of Southern California, CA.