HERstory Month Schedule of Events

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      Event Title
      Time/Location
      Description
    • GWST Focus Week

      Covid-19 and Sex Students and Faculty Discussion

      (Co)Hosted By: GWST

      Date: March 2nd 

      Time: 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm 

      Location: Virtual

      Featuring the GWST 3070 students and Drs. Sara Giodano, Luc Guglielmi, and Liz Miles

      *GWST Focus Week event

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      Poet Jacinta White presents: Resurrecting the Bones. 

      Introduced by Ethel King-McKenzie

      (Co)Hosted By: AADS, AMST, and GWST

      Date: March 3rd 

      Time: 12:20 pm - 1:50 pm 

      Location: Virtual

       A Journey through Women's Poetry and African American History. 

      *GWST Focus Week event

    • GWST Focus Week

      Half the Picture Screening and Talk Back with Director Amy Adrion

      Introduced by Dr. Anna Weinstein

      (Co)Hosted By: Interdisciplinary Studies Department and Department of English

      Date: March 4th 

      Time: 
      Movie: 3:00 pm
      Talkback: 5:15 pm

      Location: Virtual

       *GWST Focus Week event
    • WHM 2021

      International Women's Day Celebration

      (Co)Hosted By: Global Village

      Date: March 5th

      Time: 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

      Location: Carmichael Student Center, Room 255

      To celebrate the "International Woman's Day", the Global Village will be showcasing some stories of woman around the world. By visiting the Global Village Center, you will go on a trip looking back on progress that has been made and challenges that still remain.
    • GWST Focus Week

      Pathways to Graduate School with Drs. Stacy Keltner and Frederica Santini

      (Co)Hosted By: AMST and GWST

      Date: March 5th

      Time: 11:00 am - 2:00 pm

      Location: Virtual

       *GWST Focus Week event

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      With Liberty and Justice for All: On the Basis of Sex

      (Co)Hosted By: GWST & Life University's ODEI

      Date: March 16th

      Time: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

      Location: Virtual

      In this edition of With Liberty and Justice for All: On the Basis of Sex, will be centered on Women’s History Month and will include an overview of the establishment and evolution of women’s rights with regard to the U.S. Constitution. The discussion will include the 14th and 19th Amendments as well the right to privacy and an amendment recognizing women as equal and autonomous citizens.

    • W and L

      Women's Resource Center Presents: Womxn and Leadership

      (Co)Hosted By: Women's Resource Center

       

      Date: March 17th

      Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

      Location: Virtual

       A monthly discussion series aimed to facilitate group dialogue about the many ways KSU womxn experience college life. Each meeting will feature an intersection of womxnhood. This meeting will focus on leadership.
    • Leslie Dill

      Fine Arts Gallery Exhibition: Lesley Dill: Some Early Visionaries

      (Co)Hosted By: Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Date:

      Exhibition: March 16th - April 10th 

      Lecture: April 9th

      Time: 12: 00 pm - 1:00 pm

      Location: Virtual

       Leslie Dill’s talk will address the use of language and poetry in her artwork and will additionally provide insight into her artistic studio practice where the intersection of language and fine art materialize as printmaking, sculpture, installation and performance and explore the power of words to cloak and reveal the psyche.
    • WHM General Tag

      Women's Leadership in the Arts Series: Alice Gray Stites, Chief Curator and Museum Director of 21c Museum Hotels

      (Co)Hosted By: Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Date: March 19th 

      Time: 12: 00 pm - 1:00 pm

      Location: Virtual

      Alice Gray Stites curates exhibitions and oversees commissions, cultural programming, and museum operations for 21c Hotel’s multiple venues. Stites will discuss her work as a prominent curator in the field and will also focus on her exhibition, The Future is Female, which is on view at the 21c Hotel in Durham.
    • Judith Brodsky

      Women's Leadership in the Arts Series: Judith K. Broddsky, founding director of the Brodsky Center at PAFA

      (Co)Hosted By: Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Date: March 24th 

      Time: 12: 00 pm - 1:00 pm

      Location: Virtual

       Judith Brodsky is an artist, author, printmaker, and founding director of the Brodsky Center at PAFA.  She will discuss The Brodsky Center, as well as her recent book, Junctures: Case Studies in Women’s Leadership, in which she and Ferris Olin profile female leaders in music, theater, dance, and visual art.
    • Jennifer Inancio

      Women's Leadership in the Arts Series: Jennifer Inacio, curator at Perez Art Museum Miami

      (Co)Hosted By: Zuckerman Museum of Art

      Date: March 26th 

      Time: 12: 00 pm - 1:00 pm

      Location: Virtual

       Jennifer Inanio will present a lecture on her recent group exhibition, at the Pérez Art Museum Miami titled MY BODY, MY RULES. This exhibition examines the mainstream portrayal of women, confronting the stereotypes, violence, limitations, and ideals imposed on the disputed image of the female body.
    • WHM General Tag

      Parenting in a Pandemic Panel

      (Co)Hosted By: Alumni Affairs and  Office of Diversity & Inclusion's Presidental Commission on Gender & Work Life Issues

      Date: March 30th 

      Time: 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

      Location: Virtual

       The US has experienced a number of crises over the last few years, but the dual pandemics of racism and coronavirus have affected parents, especially mothers of color, significantly. The US employment rate has plummeted, more so for mothers of color than any other group, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, and this inequality highlights the pervasive nature of racism.
    • What is Anyway

      What is Empowerment Anyway?

      (Co)Hosted By:Women's Resource Center

      Date: March 31st

      Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

      Location: Virtual 

       A safe, open forum to explore the nuances of language and the experiences we associate with our words. Every voice is heard and valued as we discuss important topics, and challenge our own previous black-and-white assumptions. This event discusses "empowerment" and what that means, especially for womxn.

 

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