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FSoS Kari Smalkoski presents at UM Morris

Kari Smalkoski PresentationDepartment of Family Social Science doctoral candidate Kari Smalkoski, is the only graduate student, among a group of University of Minnesota Morris and Twin Cities faculty, who will be presenting at the UM Morris campus as part of their Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies series "Works in Progress: A Discussion."

Kari will present "Performing Gender: The Impact of Cultural Practices, Racialization, and Space on Hmong Immigrant Youth and Their Families" on March 13 at 5:30 pm at the Humanities Fine Arts building.

The informal, interactive discussion series is free and open to the public. For more information visit the UM Morris events calendar.

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