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Gender to a Tea



Faculty Research Seminar Series in Women’s and Gender Issues—Fall 2008




Thursday, Sept. 18  (Bate 1006; 1 p.m.)

Anne-Helene Miller, (Foreign Languages)  Female Patronage and  Writing Authority in Late Medieval/Early Modern France




 Wednesday, Oct. 1 (Bate 1006; 1 p.m.)

Julie Fay, (English)  Reading from and discussing her new novel, “In  the Houses of the Good People,” (about colonial America and centering on the historical events in the life of Hannah Dustin, one of Julie’s ancestors)




Thursday, Oct. 16 (Bate 1006; B104; 1 p.m.)

Susan Pearce, (Sociology) Gendering Immigration Research and Policy: Where are the Women?




Wednesday, Nov. 5 (Bate 1006; 1 p.m.)

Monica Mendez, (Criminal Justice) Adolescent Perspectives on Domestic Violence in Costa Rica




Thursday, Nov. 20   (Bate 1006; 1 p.m.)

Karin Zipf, (History)  The Samarcand Juvenile Delinquency Project




Sponsored by the Women’s Studies Program; 737-2479


Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences