Events of Interest
These are some events around campus that might be of interest to the Women’s Studies community. If you have an event you think we should include here, please let us know.
Feb 19, 4pm Dr. Dana Dudle, "Women in Science" S214 (Science Building) (cookies a 3:30)
Feb 19, 3:30pm, Schick Room, (Root Hall A-264) Roxane Gay reads from her book Ayiti about Haitian and Women's Issues.
Feb 19, 6pm, Sycamore Lounge. Film MISS Representation and discussion lead by Venita Stallings and Regina Atkins about media, women and power.
February 20, noon, United Campus Ministries Campus and Community Lunch Series, 321 N. 7th S., Dr. Robert Guell, Professor of Economics, ISU and Dr. Linda Maule, Dean, University College, Associate Professor, Political Science and Women's Studies, Coordinator of Foundational Studies, ISU "What are the major divisive/dividing issues facing us at this time in our political and economic history? What can we do about them? What is the role of government in all of that?"
Feb 21, 6pm, HMSU room 421, Flirting with Danger video and discussion about heterosexual relationships. This is part of the Eye on Diversity series.
Feb 23, 9:30-11am, Jennifer Latimer, Science Cafe, "Urban Lead: The Legacy of Leaded Gasoline," Clabber Girl Museum
February 27, noon, United Campus Ministries Campus and Community Lunch Series, 321 N. 7th S., Dr. Christine Kennedy, Director, Center for the Study of Health, Spirituality and Religion, ISU, "What role, if any, do religious/spiritual beliefs play in our response to divisive/dividing issues? How might religious/spiritual beliefs help bridge the gulfs between us caused by disagreements around politics and morality?"
Feb 28, 7-8:30, "Latinos Beyond Reel: Challenging a Media Stereotype" video
and discussion HMSU room 421
March 5, 7pm, University Hall Theater, Thavolia Glymph, "Rosa's War: Enslaved Women in the Battle for Freedom in the Civil War"
March 22, 7pm, Eve Ensler’s play A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and a Prayer, African American Cultural Center. Tickets are $7.
March 23, 7pm, Eve Ensler’s play The Vagina Monologues, African American Cultural Center. Tickets are $7.
March 24, 2pm, two plays by Eve Ensler, A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and a Prayer and The Vagina Monologues, African American Cultural Center. Tickets are $10.
March 26, most of the day, Human Rights Day conference. Keynote speaker and also panels. This year, the theme is CEDAW, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women” HMSU, specific Locations TBA (check http://www.indstate.edu/hrd/ for more information)
April 9 6-8pm Sycamore Safe Zone workshop on LGBTQ issues, HMSU 307
April 11, 6-8, "No One Left Behind," rally against sexual assault, HMSU Dede Plaza at the fountain
Apr 12, 9am to 5pm the next day, Edgar Lee Maser's "Spoon River Anthology," New Theater. Tickets available for free for students at 237-3333 or the icket Office M-F noon-4:30
Ap 16, 7-9, Pam Blesch, "Serving Through Giving" nursing and nursing education around the world, University Hall (College of Edu) Theater
Ap 22, 7pm, University Hall, Earth Day speaker, William Souder, "On a Further Shore: The Life and Legacy of Rachel Carson"