POSTPONED: The Zella Luria Memorial Talk

"What Has Happened to Gender Stereotypes and Why Does It Matter" - Alice Eagly, Ph.D. Northwestern University Professor Emerita

Location: SEC-Robinson Hall, Room 253. Tufts University Campus

Date: March 27, 2020

Time: 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Sponsor: Tufts University Dept. of Psychology

Cost: Free

The Zella Luria Memorial Talk

With the health and safety of our community in our mind, we have decided to postpone the Zella Luria Memorial Talk to a later date, more details to follow.


For further information on the developing situation please see President Monaco's update:


The Department of Psychology, former students and colleagues of Zella Luria are honored to sponsor this event in memory of their distinguished colleague and mentor. Dr. Luria was a beloved, award-winning Professor of Psychology at Tufts from 1959-1999. Well known and highly respected for her groundbreaking research on the social construction of gender and sexuality, she was also an activist in the civil rights and peace movements and remained politically active until her death in 2018 at the age of 94.