Women's History Month Events Scheduled Women's History Month will be celebrated on the Home-wood campus this year with lectures, discussions, entertainment and other events. Women's History Month recognizes the accomplishments of women inside and outside the academy, while interrogating present political, academic and institutional practices. All events are open to the public at no charge. For further information, call 516-6166. Events: Friday, March 3--Lecture and Book Signing "The Baltimore World of M. Carey Thomas" Helen Horowitz, Department of History, Smith College, author of "The Power and Passion of M. Carey Thomas" Clipper Room, Shriver Hall, 3:30 p.m. Co-sponsors: Department of History; Department of the History of Science, Medicine and Technology; Lammas Women's Books and More Monday, March 6--Lecture and Discussion "Women, Violence and College Campuses" Kim Gandy, vice president, National Organization for Women McCoy Multipurpose Room, McCoy Hall, 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 8--Panel "Women of Faith/Differing Journeys, Differing Realities" Sherwood Room, Levering Hall, 7:30 p.m. Sponsor: Interfaith Council of Campus Ministries Thursday, March 9--Roundtable "Women, (Homo)sexuality and the Military: Personal and Institutional Perspectives" Doug Armstrong, Student Council co-liaison to ROTC issue Michelle Benecke, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network Karen Stupski, veteran, U.S. Navy and Department of the History of Science, Medicine and Technology Halee Weinstein, veteran, U.S. Army Tudor and Stuart Room, 323 Gilman Hall, 5 p.m. Saturday, March 11--One-Woman Show "A New Choir of Voices" Ethel Hazard, Department of Anthropology Cafe Diana, 3215 N. Charles Street, 8 p.m. Co-sponsor: Orchid Productions Monday, March 13--Roundtable "Literature, Politics and Pedagogy" Shelly Eversley, Department of English Maria H. Lima, Women's Studies Program and Department of English Sandra Macpherson, Department of English Charlene Mendoza, Latin American Studies Program and Department of English Moderator: Antoinette Burton, Women's Studies Program and Department of History Sherwood Room, Levering Hall, 5 p.m. Wednesday, March 15--Women's Studies General Seminar "A 'Pilgrim Reformer' at the Heart of the Empire: Behramji Malabari in Late-Victorian London" Antoinette Burton, Women's Studies Program and Department of History (pre-circulated paper) 315 Gilman Hall, 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 28--Dinnertime Discussion Series "Women and the Media" Cafe Diana, 3215 N. Charles St., 6:30 p.m. Co-sponsor: Orchid Productions Friday, March 31--A Celebration: 75 Years of Women's Suffrage Musical guests, the Loyola Belles and Lisa Cerbone E-Level, Levering Hall, 4:30-6 p.m. Co-sponsor: Organization for Programming Tuesday, April 4--Reading and Book Signing Katha Pollitt, journalist and author of "Reasonable Creatures: Essays on Women and Feminism" Garrett Room, Milton S. Eisenhower Library, 5:30 p.m. Co-sponsors: Department of Political Science; Department of Sociology; The Writing Seminars; Lammas Women's Books and More Women's History Month is sponsored by the Graduate Representative Organization, Homewood Student Affairs, the Women's Center and the Women's Studies Program.
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