Spring 2015 Calendar
Mark your Calendars!
Women’s Studies and the Committee on the Status of Women will co-host International Women’s Day on March 4. Details TBA.
Women's Advocacy Day—sponsored by NC Women United—is scheduled for February 24 at the NC General Assembly.
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series designed to help gender-focused researchers by fielding questions from attendees about the presenters’ ongoing, unpublished research.
Our Gender to a Tea series gives faculty the opportunity to discuss their unpublished, gender-focused research and to field questions from attendees.
All presentations are from Noon-1 pm in Bate 1006.
For more information, contact Holly Mathews (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
"Examining Representations of Gender in Drawings of Teachers by Pre-Service Teachers”
Anne Swenson Ticknor (Department of Literacy Studies, English Education, and History Education)
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
“Failure as a Man, Failure as King: Ferdinand IV, the Feminine King in the Chronicle of Ferdinand IV”
Purification Martinez (Hispanic Studies, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures)
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
“From Survivor to Thriver: An Online, Therapist-facilitated Program for Women with Rape-related PTSD”
Heather Littleton (Department of Psychology)
Wednesday, April 15, 2015
“Adventure Tourism and Women’s Writing in Ada María Elflein’s Paisajes Cordilleranos [Andean Landscapes] (1917)”
Jennifer Valko (Hispanic Studies, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures)
Sponsored by the Women’s Studies Program and the Harriot College of Arts & Sciences