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Events of Interest

EVENTS OF INTEREST TO GENDER STUDIES

2018 - 2019

This list is updated periodically. If you know of an event that you think should be here, please contact Ruth.Fairbanks@indstate.edu

 

March 6 (Wednesday) Dr. Jackson Katz “Sex, Violence, and Silence: How Ending Sexual Violence is an Issue for All of Us” ---DEDE I 7pm

March 7 (Thursday) The Joseph S. Schick Lectures on Language, Literature and Lexicography, Dr. Katherine Ellison, Illinois State University, “Ciphering our Sacred Suffering: Early Secret Writing and the Computing of Trauma”—Root Hall A-264, 3:30pm

March 7 (Thursday) American Democracy Project presents “President Trump, the National Emergency, and the Future of the Republic” with panelists Mike Chambers, Carley Schmitt and Robert Van Sickel. Refreshments provided—Library Events Area—Cunningham Memorial Library, 7pm.

March 8 (Friday) “Replanted” a documentary about immigrants in Terre Haute, by Haijing Tu—Library Events Area, Cunningham Memorial Library, 11:30am.

March 11-14 (Monday-Thursday) Women’s History Month Colloquium---Cunningham Memorial Library

            Monday—6-8 pm film The Last Goldfish

            Tuesday 6-8 pm film Hidden Figures

            Wednesday 5:30-7 creative writing reading and reception

            Thursday 6-8 pm film On the Basis of Sex

Events throughout the day all four days. Find a program on the Gender Studies web page

March 11 (Monday) Power-On---HMSU Room 722, 6-7:30pm

This MSP program is a collaboration with other offices to bring you workshops on effective communication, health services, academics expectations, cultural differences, safety on and off campus, and gaining work experience about the community. Contact amalibari@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

March 11 (Monday) American Democracy Project: ISU Day at the Statehouse--- Indianapolis (Invitation required)

March 12 (Tuesday) Pick and Play Film Series - PRIDE Culture---HMSU Room 421, 5-6pm

Students will be able to choose an educational movie that will help them understand the issues that evident in the LGBTQ community. Possible films can be those that are brought by participants. Some films in-house are: To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything Julie Newmar; Who Was She? The Death and Life of Marsha P. Johnson; Big Eden; Pariah; Transamerica; and/or Paris Burning. Contact rblaylock2@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

March 13 (Wednesday) Heritage Games: Greek American---HMSU Commons 12-2pm

This program was designed to introduce the ISU community to our students, staff, and faculty from other heritages. Each month we have hosted a different heritage. Students, faculty and/or staff will present information about their rich culture. Contact Elonda.Ervin@indstate.edu for more information.

March 13 (Wednesday) Tea Talk---HMSU Room 722, 2-4pm

A MSP social program includes different topics discussed while drinking a cup of tea. The program will be for 20 minutes. We will be picking a topic regarding the international vision finding a guest speaker and invite others to be the audience. It will be live feed on a YouTube channel. Contact amalibari@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

March 13 (Wednesday) Belief Zone---HMSU Room 709, 6-8pm

The mission of Belief Zone is to educate students, faculty, and staff on how to interact with individuals that have different religious beliefs. The program provides participants with tools to understand differing cultures and be able to start and have the difficult conversations surrounding religious beliefs. This program will assist in making Indiana State University campus a safe and inclusive environment for people of all religious backgrounds. Contact Elonda.Ervin@indstate.edu for more information.

March 19 (Tuesday) ISU Speaker Series: Carl Hiaasen---Tirey Hall, Tilson Auditorium 7-8pm

March 21 (Thursday) Pick and Play Film Series---HMSU Room 421, 5:30-7pm

Students will be able to choose an educational movie that will help them understand the issues that evident in the LGBTQ community. Possible films can be those that are brought by participants. Contact rblaylock2@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

April 2 (Tuesday) Para Rier! Chespirito---HMSU Room 718, 6-7:30pm

Showing of a recorded comedy show featuring Hispanic Latino comedians. Contact Martha.Reed@indstate.edu for more information.

April 2 (Tuesday) Dr. Allison UpShaw, “A Black Woman Speaks,”—Cunningham Memorial Library Events Area, 5-6:30pm

April 2 (Tuesday) David Ignatius, “How to Fix the World: The Future of Foreign Policy”— Tilson Auditorium 7pm

April 3 (Wednesday) Around the World in 90 Minutes: Ghana---HMSU Room 720, 2-3:30pm

This program was designed to introduce the ISU community to our students, staff and faculty from other countries. Each month we have hosted a different country. Students, faculty and/or staff will present information about their rich culture. Contact amalibari@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

April 4 (Thursday) Roll Red Roll (film screening)---HMSU DEDE I 6:30-8:30pm

A special screening of Roll Red Roll is a documentary film that details a 2012 pre-season high school football party in Steubenville, Ohio where young woman is sexually assaulted. The community aftermath exposes a culture of complicity and the roles that peer pressure, denial, sports machismo and social media played in the tragedy. Contact kourtney.barrett@indstate.edu for more information.

April 5 (Friday) Title IX Summit----DEDE I, II, & III 9-4:30pm

The Title IX Summit is designed for more season participants who have more than a general understanding of Title IX. Key audience would be Deputy/Title IX Coordinators, investigators, administrators in student conduct and student affairs, general counsel, prevention coordinators, advocates, and law enforcement/public safety officers. Attendees should have more than a general understanding of Title IX. Contact Kourtney.Barrett@indstate.edu for more information.

April 8 (Monday) Power-On---HMSU Room 722, 6-7:30pm

This MSP program is a collaboration with other offices to bring you workshops on effective communication, health services, academics expectations, cultural differences, safety on and off campus, and gaining work experience about the community. Contact amalibari@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

April 5, 6, 12 & 13 (Friday & Saturday) Rumors, Comedy by Neil Simon, Presented by Community Theatre of Terre Haute---1431 S 25th St. Terre Haute, IN 47803 8pm

Tickets cost $15 for adults and $10 for students. Groups of 10 or more receive $2.00 off per ticket.

April 7 & 14 (Sundays) Rumors, Comedy by Neil Simon, Presented by the Community Theatre of Terre Haute---1431 S 25th St. Terre Haute, IN 47803 2:30pm

Tickets cost $15 for adults and $10 for students. Groups of 10 or more receive $2.00 off per ticket.

April 10 (Wednesday) Heritage Games: Scottish American---HMSU Commons 12-2pm

This program was designed to introduce the ISU community to our students, staff, and faculty from other heritages. Each month we have hosted a different heritage. Students, faculty and/or staff will present information about their rich culture. Contact Elonda.Ervin@indstate.edu for more information.

April 10 (Wednesday) Taboo Topics: Environmental Racism---Cunningham Memorial Library Room 028, 5-7pm

Taboo Talks programming aims to create well-rounded and informed discussions on relevant socially charged topics. The program targets all students who wish to increase their social consciousness, and wish to say abreast hot topics. Programing provided by the Institute for Community Sustainability and the Office of Multicultural Services and Programs. Contact Elonda.Ervin@indstate.edu for more information.

April 10 (Wednesday) La Casita Student Resource Center's Pick and Play Movie Night---HMSU DEDE II 6-7:30pm

This event is organized by MSP La Casita Student Resource Center in which students can pick a movie in the catalog available (10 movies or more) and we display it in the room. Contact Martha.Reed@indstate.edu for more information.

April 10 (Wednesday) Multidisciplinary Studies Department Spring Reception

April 12 (Friday) Midwest Regional Gender Studies Consortium, Library Events Area

April 13 (Saturday) Her Color Shines---University Hall Auditorium 6-8pm

This event was created to acknowledge and award young women of color (faculty, staff, and student) at Indiana State University for their exceptional leadership, academic performance, and resilience. Each year different populations of women will also be recognized. Contact elonda.ervin@indstate.edu for more information.

April 16 (Tuesday) Pick and Play Film Series---HMSU Room 42, 5:30-7pm

Students will be able to choose an educational movie that will help them understand the issues that evident in the LGBTQ community. Possible films can be those that are brought by participants. Contact rblaylock2@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

April 17 (Wednesday) Tea Talk---HMSU Room 722, 2-4pm

This MSP program is a collaboration with other offices to bring you workshops on effective communication, health services, academics expectations, cultural differences, safety on and off campus, and gaining work experience about the community. Contact amalibari@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

April 18 (Thursday) Phenomenal Woman Celebrating Magical Melanin--- Charles E. Brown African-American Cultural Center 5-7pm

Phenomenal Woman's purpose is to acknowledge Black faculty and staff for their contributions to Indiana State. Contact Julia.Bruce@indstate.edu for more information.

April 18 (Thursday) Tea Talk---Room 722, 2-4pm

This MSP program is a collaboration with other offices to bring you workshops on effective communication, health services, academics expectations, cultural differences, safety on and off campus, and gaining work experience about the community. Contact amalibari@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

April 19 (Friday) Tea Talk---HMSU Room 722, 2-4pm

This MSP program is a collaboration with other offices to bring you workshops on effective communication, health services, academics expectations, cultural differences, safety on and off campus, and gaining work experience about the community. Contact amalibari@sycamores.indstate.edu for more information.

May 1 (Wednesday) Heritage Games: Scottish American, Asian Pacific American, Haitian American, Jewish American, South Asian American---HMSU Commons 12-2pm

This program was designed to introduce the ISU community to our students, staff, and faculty from other heritages. Each month we have hosted a different heritage. Students, faculty and/or staff will present information about their rich culture. Contact Elonda.Ervin@indstate.edu for more information.

May 2, 3, & 4 (Thursday, Friday, & Saturday) Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery, Comedy, Presented by the Community Theatre of Terre Haute---1431 S 25th St. Terre Haute, IN 47803 8pm

Tickets cost $10 for all patrons. Groups of 10 or more receive $2.00 off per ticket.

May 5 (Sunday) Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery, Comedy, Presented by the Community Theatre of Terre Haute---1431 S 25th St. Terre Haute, IN 47803 2:30pm

Tickets cost $10 for all patrons. Groups of 10 or more receive $2.00 off per ticket.