Uma Narayan on “Microcredit and Third World Women: Panacea for Poverty or Delusional Development?

Mark for your calendars and join us on Thursday, April 4 from 3:30 to 5pm for a talk by Uma Narayan, Professor of Philosophy and the Andrew W. Mellon Chair at Vassar College, on, “Microcredit and Third World Women: Panacea for Poverty or Delusional Development?” in Anderson Hall 821 (The Women’s Studies Lounge). A reception from 5-6pm will follow in the same room.

The talk is part of the Greater Philadelphia Women’s Studies Consortium (GPWC) annual speaker-in-residence program, and is hosted by Temple’s Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies Program, with generous co-sponsorship from the Departments of Philosophy, Political Science, and Sociology, and the Center for the Study of Humanities (CHAT) and the Global Studies Program.