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On Jan. 4, the internationally recognized Jordanian film, "3000 Nights," was screened in the Busch Student Center and was attended by over 50 Rutgers students, staff members and alumni.The film was selected by Jordan to represent their country at the 89th Academy Awards, and by the Palestinian Authority as their entry in this year’s Golden Globe Awards.
Rutgers' Institute for Research on Women (IRW) is working to stimulate and expand feminist scholarship and activism beyond the Department of Women's and Gender Studies.The organization has been working with feminist and queer theory scholars across the nation to compose its annual interdisciplinary Distinguished Lecture Series, under a new theme — "Feminist In/Security: Vulnerability, Securitization and States of Crises," according to the website.In addition to the Distinguished Lecture Series, IRW holds three themed programs annually, said Sarah Tobias, assistant director and event coordinator of IRW. “We are talking about feminist insecurity in various different ways," she said.