Events of Interest for Gender Studies

If you have or know of an event that we should include on this list, please let ruth.fairbanks@indstate.edu know. Thanks. See you at an event!

 

March 4, 10-10:50, HMSU Room 307, Marsha Miller, “Gender Discrimination, Pay Equity” part of the 10th annual Networks Ethics Conference in the Scott College of Business.

March 5-7, 7:30 P.M, and March 8, 4 P.M, Dreiser Theater, “Miss Julie”

5 March, 6:30-8:30, CANDLES Museum, “70th Anniversary of the Liberation of Auschwitz Reflections and Discussion”, Isaac Land (Department of History) and Ann Rider (Department of Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, and part of Gender Studies)

6 March, 12-4, Purdue University RAWLS 1057, “Today’s Revolutionary Middle East: Prospects for Women, Sexual Revolution, & Gender Justice”. Documentary Films and discussion led by Sholeh Shahrohki from Butler University. Refreshments.

6 March, noon-1pm, Library Events Area, “Cosby Confidential: Celebrity, College, and Consent,” Presented by: AASU’s American Democracy Project

7 March, 11-4, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, IN, “Remarkable Women of Indiana” (admission included with museum admission), indianamuseum.org

10 March, 8 am ,HMSU Dede III, Human Rights Day, Film presentation of “Girl Rising”

10 March 9-9:25, Sycamore Banquet Facility, Opening Reception; 9:30-10:50 Plenary Session Keynote Address: Kelsey Timmerman, “Going Glocal: Searching for Connection with Global Farmers, Factory Workers,and Slaves”

 10 March, 11-12, HMSU Dede II, Humans Rights Day, Session I Workshops, Stuart Mora, “AmeriStar Casino Workers-Unite Here! Local 23; 11-12, Dede II Stephen Ferry, “Photography and Human Rights”; 11-12, HMSU 321, Ernest Coverson- Amnesty International, “Human Rights Connecting the Dots”; 11-12, HMSU 407, Myra Dahgaypaw-U.S. Campaign for Burma, “Burma: The Struggle for Human Rights”; 12-12:30 Lunch on your own

10 March, 12:30-1:30, HMSU Dede I, Human Rights Day, Session II Workshops, Ralph Leck and Karl Ulrichs, “The First Homosexual in World History; 12:30-11:30, Dede II, Soulaf Abas, “Seen for Syria”; Dede III, Adam Gaunt and Domonique Wickware-Kelly, “Keeping It Real Rx” (Seating limited to 50); 12:30-1:30, HMSU 421, Brian Philps and Ava Taylor, “Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority and Indiana Civil Rights Commission”

10 March, 1:30-2:30, HMSU 307, Human Rights Day, Session III Workshops, Mike Glenn-Fox Sports, “How Recognizing Others Can Elevate Your Life”; 7:30, Landini Center for the Performing and Fine Arts Recital Hall, Kristen Lems in Concert

25 March, 7-9, Dede II, Playing Unfair: The Media Image of the Female Athlete, Facilitator: Hope Williams

25 March, 1:00-1:30, Westminster Village, “John Wooden: Setting the Record Straight”, Curtis Tomak (Independent Scholar)

25, 26, 27 March, Women’s History Month Colloquium, Library Events Area and room 028. Extensive events. Specific listing will be available soon

26 March, Vigo County Public Library, Main Branch, Meeting Rooms A-C, “The Environmental Impact of Industrialization along the Wabash River: A History”, Lisa Phillips (Department of History).

1 April, 1:30-3:00, Westminster Village, “Oil Exploration and Production in Downtown Terre Haute”, Dan Bradley (President, Indiana State University)

7 April, 7:00, Library Events Area, Pizza and Politics: “The Cost of Taxes,” Presented by: AASU’s American Democracy Project

7 April, 7:00, University Speakers Series, Speaker: “Sugar Ray” Leonard (Boxing Legend, Successful Entrepreneur, & Author)

15 April, 7-9, Dede II, Valentine Road, Facilitators: Ryan Steiner, Nicholas Pennington, and Kade Patterson

22 April, 1:30-3:00, Westminster Village, “Ukraine: Past, Present, Future”, Barbara Skinner (Department of History)

23 April, 4:00-6:00, St. Stephens Episcopal Church, “From Psychology to Novelist: Will McIntosh”

1 May, 6:30-9:00, Debs House, “Eugene Debs and the American Movement”, Lisa Phillips (Department of History) and Tom Szymanski (Eugene v. Debs Foundation)