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Women’s Agenda Assembly
October 18, 2014
TIME: 9:00 am to 11:30 am
PLACE: Croatan Green Room, ECU Campus

The Women’s Agenda Assembly is a biennial gathering to facilitate conversations about public policy issues that impact women and families. This free, non-partisan event is co-sponsored by the ECU Women’s Studies Program and NC Women United.

Using a draft agenda provided by NC Women United, participants will discuss and prioritize their issues. Women's Studies will send a report to NC Women United who--in turn--will share it with our legislators. A link to NCWU's Draft Women's Agenda will be provided as soon as it is available.

Contact: Dr. Donna Kain (
kaind@ecu.edu; 737.2705)
Please pre-register by September 30:
http://bit.ly/ECUwaa

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series designed to help gender-focused researchers by fielding questions from attendees about the presenters’ ongoing, unpublished research.

Wednesday, September 17, Noon, Bate 1006
"Gendered Studies at ECU: Where We Started, Where We Are Going"
Please join us to learn about recent changes to the program and to discuss new opportunities as we move forward.

Wednesday, October 22, Noon, Bate 1006
"Writing Gender and Race on the Dominican Stage: Iván García Guerra’s Andrómaca (1983)"
Katherine Ford (FORL), Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies

Wednesday, November 12, Noon, Bate 1006
“The Queens of West African Hip Hop”
Marame Gueye, (ENGL), Associate Professor of African Literatures


Sponsored by the Women’s Studies Program and the Harriot College of Arts & Sciences