Gender to a Tea
Gender to a Tea is a series designed to help gender-focused researchers by fielding questions from attendees about the presenters' ongoing, unpublished research.
For more information, please contact Holly Mathews (email@example.com)
Thursday, October 11 (12:30-1:30 p.m.; Bate 1006)
"Feminist Bioethics and Medicine"
Cristina Richie, Department of Bioethics and Interdisciplinary Studies, BSOM
Thursday, November 9 (12:30-1:30 p.m.; Bate 1006)
"Let Me Speak': Queenship, Blogs, & Letizia of Spain"
Purificacion Martinez, Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures, HCAS
Wednesday, January 17 (12-1 p.m.; Bate 1006)
"Prelude to a Study on Migrant Worker Slavery in Eastern NC"
Karin Zipf, Department of History, HCAS
Wednesday, February 14 (12-1 p.m.; Bate 1006)
"Chick Tech: Representations of Women in Technology"
Donna Kain, Department of English, HCAS
Wednesday, March 14 (12-1 p.m.; Bate 1006)
"The Challenge of Witness Intimidation in Intimate Partner Violence"
Heidi Bonner, Department of Criminal Justice, HCAS
Wednesday, April 11 (12-1 p.m.; Bate 1006)
"Does Feeding My Child Make You Uncomfortable? Lactation Support Changes at ECU and NC Best Practices"
Heather Racine-Seibert, Research and Scholarly Communication, Joyner Library
Thursday, October 26 (4 p.m.; Flanagan 265)
Dr. Jennie R. Ebeling will present “Making Cakes for the Queen of Heaven: Women’s Roles in Old Testament Religion” on Thursday, October 26, at 4 pm in Flanagan 265. A reception will follow.
As an introduction to Dr. Ebeling, ECU Chancellor Cecil P. Staton will speak on “Study Abroad Experiences in Biblical Archaeology.”
This free lecture is part of the Department of Anthropology Middle East Lecture Series and is being co-sponsored by the Gender Studies Executive Board, the Department of Sociology, & the Thomas Harriot College of Arts and Sciences.
Contact: Holly Mathews (firstname.lastname@example.org)