Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
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Woman's History Month 2013

  • Monday, March 4th - International Women’s Day Celebration
    12:00– 1:30pm
    Talk by Professor Cynthia Enloe:  "Do Women Work When the Men are Fighting? Violence and Making a Living".  Lunch provided and RSVP required. 
  • Monday, March 4th– April 3rd - Wheaton Women in the World: A Celebration of Women’s History Month
    An exhibition for Women's History Month that will be on display in the Wallace Library and in Watson Fine Arts buildings.
  • Wednesday, March 6th - FAW Thank You Cards
    10am-3pm in Balfour Hood Campus Center
    Come write a card to a Woman of history or in your life that has inspired.
  • Tuesday, March 19th - Gender, Leadership, and Communication
    4pm in New Yellow Parlor
    A workshop devoted to women and public speaking, the role of gender in communication, and strategies to get your voice heard. Refreshments provided.
  • Tuesday March 19th - FAW Film Showing
    5pm in Media Center
    Come out and watch the film Half Sky. Pizza provided.
  • Monday, March 25th - Advocacy 101
    2pm - Contact  Professor Kim Miller
    Webinar on civic engagement and on pursuing careers in politics. Taught by the Political Institute for Women. Attendance is restricted.
  • Thursday, March 28th - Panel on Non Profit Management and Women's  Leadership
    5pm
    Discussion with notable Presidents and CEO’ of Non-Profit agencies in the New England Area.
  • Thursday, March 28th & Friday, March 29th - Stripped
    8:00-9:30pm in Experimental Theater
    Stripped exposes stories, personal narratives and monologues surrounding sexuality and identity.
  • Friday, March 29th - WomYn’s Reception
    TBA
    A reception aiming to affirm and highlight campus support for the WomYn of our campus community.
  • Monday, April 8 - Talks by Kelly Ball, Emory University
    • 12:30pm - Lunchtime talk:  “A is for Absence/A is for Asymmetry: Using Archives to Theorize the  Absence of Black Girlhood in Histories of Pedophilia.”
    • 2:00pm - Talk/Discussion: “Feminist and Critical Race Studies Methods for Primary Source  Research”

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