Events of Interest for Women’s Studies
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March 5, 6-8pm, HMSU Dede III, Generation M: Misogyny in Media & Culture, film followed by discussion moderated by Regina Atkins and Venita Stallings. Part of the Eye on Diversity Series.
March 11, noon-1pm, HMSU 416, Sycamore Safe Zone Training
March 13, noon-1pm, HMSU 416, Sycamore Safe Zone Training
March 18, 6:30-8:00, Library Events Area, Lee Ann de Reus will speak about her work with victims of war-time rape in Rwanda and DR Congo. "Daring to Make a Difference in the Democratic Republic of the Congo." Sponsored by C.A.N.D.L.E.S Holocaust Museum, Women’s Studies, Cunningham Memorial Library, Indiana Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Refreshments.
March 19, 1-2pm, Library Events Area, workshop with Lee Ann De Reus. This workshop on “Gender, War and Nationalism” will deal with the experience of being a scholar-activist and with working across national boundaries. The workshop will discuss the blog post available at
This workshop is sponsored by the Indiana State University Center for Community Engagement working especially with WS 301-001. The workshop is open to others.
March 19, 6-8pm, Library Events Area, One Woman, One Vote, an American Experience documentary. Join Women’s Studies, Interdisciplinary Programs, the History Department and the Cunningham Memorial Library in commemorating the 72 year struggle for the 19th Amendment granting American women full suffrage. Refreshments.
March 20, 3pm, Oberlander Club, 1616 Lafayette Ave., Sandra Kohler,“German Immigrants in the Crossroads”
March 20, 4-5pm, HMSU 227, Sycamore Safe Zone Training
March 21 and March 22, 7pm, African American Cultural Center, play The Vagina Monologues. This production is sponsored by Feminist Majority. Proceeds from this play will go to CODA. Tickets are $10 and they are available at the door, or in advance in the HMSU Commons between March 17-21 from 11-1pm.
March 24, 4-5pm, HMSU 227, Sycamore Safe Zone Training
March 26, 6-7:30, Library Events Area, Jolynn Kuhlman and Mildred Lemen, “Title IX: Crossroads in Women’s Sports at ISU.” This Community Semester Event on the history of women’s athletics at ISU and beyond is sponsored by Women’s Studies, Interdisciplinary Programs and the Cunningham Memorial Library. Refreshments.
March 27, 3:30, Root Hall A-264, Wendy Thompson Taiwo, “Buying Power, Selling Dreams: The Work and Lives of Nigerian Traders in Guangzhou, China.”
March 27, 7-8:30pm, HMSU Dede III, movie and discussion Girls: Moving Beyond Myth, discussion facilitated by Monique Mosley and Dwuena Wyre. Part of the Eye on Diversity Series.
March 31, 11am, Holmstedt Hall room 102, Jane Henegar, Indiana Civil Liberties union and Jennifer Grimes, Dept. fo Criminology, “Seeking Justice and Preserving Rights: A Challenge for our Time.”
April 2, 6-7:30pm, HMSU Dede III, movie and discussion No Dumb Questions. Discussion facilitated by Kand McQueen and Veanne Anderson. Part of the Eye on diversity Series.
April 2-6, Dreiser Theater, 7:30, except for April 6th at 2pm. “The Mystery of Edwin Drood,”Tickets are $20 for the general public and free to ISU students.
April 21, 4-6 in the UH Whittaker Room, IP End of Year Awards Reception