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Events of Interest
EVENTS OF INTEREST TO GENDER STUDIES
2019 - 2020
This list is updated periodically. If you know of an event that you think should be here, please contact Ruth.Fairbanks@indstate.ed
November 9 (Saturday) Christopher Tuckwood, “A Sentinel Against Hate” part of the CANDLES “Be the Change” Series. CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center, starts at 6:30 pm.
November 12 (Tuesday) “Dysfunctional Societies: Why Inequality Matters” discussion led by Indiana State University Professor Don Richards, Ph.D., of the department of economics, HMSU 407 6-8 p.m.
November 12 (Tuesday) “I May Live in Indiana...” Panel presentations by representatives of different cultures reveal bias through student narratives---Via Multicultural Services and Programs YouTube Channel, 5-6 pm.
November 13 (Wednesday) Senior gender studies major Madeline Hellmich will present her capstone project “History of the Terre Haute Red Light District: A Gendered Analysis.” Her research compares how historians and reporters have written about the prostitutes and madams that lived and worked in the red light district to an oral historian of one of the madams.---Cunningham Memorial Library, Events Area, 11-11:30 am.
November 13 (Wednesday) The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and the Asian and Pacific Islander Council welcome State Representative Chris Chyung, Jianling Jiang and Chour-il Lee as panel guests for “A Dialogue with Generational Leadership on Cultural Journeys and Integration in Indiana.”---Scott College of Business, Magna Carta Room, 4:30-6 pm.
November 13 (Wednesday) Tea Talk! This social program includes different topics discussed while drinking a cup of tea---Via MSP YouTube Channel, 5-6 pm.
November 13 (Wednesday) Conversation Corner: Trans Experience. Students will learn about what it means to be a Trans man or woman, and how their experiences have shaped them. This event will also educate the public on how to be an Ally to the Trans community---HMSU Room 421, 5-6:30 pm.
November 13 (Wednesday) Take Back the Night. Come and joint the movement to stand against sexual violence, especially violence against women.---DEDE I, HMSU and then a march, 6-9 pm.
November 14 (Thursday) Robert Blaemire, “Birch Bayh: Making a Difference,” presentation and light refreshments.---Whitaker Room, University Hall (Bayh College of Education) southeast corner of the main floor, 4-5:30pm.
November 14 (Thursday) Lavender Scare Film Screening. Participants will have the opportunity to view a film that depicts the witch-hunt and the mass firings of homosexual people in the 1950s from the United States government---Women’s Resource Center, HMSU Room 709, 6-8 pm.
November 14-16 at 7:30 and November 17 at 3pm, Play The Lady from the Sea, by Henrik Ibsen. Tickets may be purchased at the New Theatre box office or by calling 812-237-3333 beginning Monday, November 11, 12:00 noon. General admission is $10 or $5 with a valid non-ISU student ID. ISU Student (valid ID) rush tickets will be released 1-1/2 hours before the performance.
November 18 (Monday) Sycamore Safe Zone. The program educates students, staff, and faculty on what it means to be LGBTQ+ and explore the various identities and orientations---HMSU Room 714, 4-6 pm.
November 19 (Tuesday) Sycamore Safe Zone. The program educates students, staff, and faculty on what it means to be LGBTQ+ and explore the various identities and orientations---HMSU Room 722, 5-7 pm.
November 19 (Tuesday) Taboo Topics welcomes Chris Cornelius, Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Wisconsin, to present “Make Architecture Indigenous Again.” Cornelius is a citizen of the Oneida Nation. He is the founding principal of Studio: Indigenous, a design practice serving indigenous clients---Cunningham Memorial Library, Room 028, 5-7 pm.
November 20 (Wednesday) Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil. Indiana State and the Terre Haute community will be able to memorialize those who have been murdered as a result of transphobia and to draw attention to the continued violence endured by the transgender community---HMSU, DEDE I, 5:30-7 pm.
November 25 (Monday) Spill the Tea! A talk series that explores the identities and experiences of the LGBTQ+ community---Via MSP YouTube Channel, 5-6 pm.
December 2 (Monday) Spill the Tea! A talk series that explores the identities and experiences of the LGBTQ+ community---Via MSP YouTube Channel, 5-6 pm.