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Events

Upcoming Events for Fall 2017

 

20th Annual Festival of Cultures

Saturday, November 18th

5:00 PM, HCC Fieldhouse

Intercultural and International Student Services invites students, staff, faculty, alums, and the public to a community festival of music, entertainment, food, and culture. Festival of Cultures celebrates and recognizes the diversity at CSB/SJU through student performances, cultural food sampling, and a fashion show.


 

Silencing Sally Walker’s Dream: When did her thing become your thing?

 

November 20th                   ~             4:30-6:00              ~                  QUAD 264

 

 

This forum begins with a short performance depicting real experiences of members of the CSB|SJU community. We present a sequence of scenes that aim to shed light on the sometimes overt and sometimes subtle gestures, words and sounds that are part of a culture that treats girls and women as objects.  We think that such normalized behavior shapes self-perception and silences women’s voices.

 

Audience members will be engaged in REFLECTION, ACTION and DIALOGUE as we invite you to collaborate to retell the story and attempt to change the outcome. We start by posing questions, and while we are certain that you will not leave with all the answers, we hope that you will be inspired to act for the change you want to see. We urge you to join us to explore alternatives and Rehearse for Life.

REFLECTION ACTION DIALOGUE (RAD) is a CSB|SJU Student Organization supported collaboratively by METOCA (Multiplication y Exploración del Teatro del Oprimido en Centroámerica), Danielle Taylor and Roy Ketchum along with the Center for Global Education and other on-campus partners. The seed of RAD was planted in the Guatemala Semester Study Abroad program. It continues to be cultivated and tended by METOCA. With roots in the global learning of the Guatemala program and Theater of the Oppressed, RAD’s branches extend into campus life at CSB|SJU and anywhere else that you want to take them.  

 

For more information: [email protected]   


Gender Summit 2017

Gender Summit Documentary *Approved by J. Hinchley

Monday, November 27th

6:00 - 8:00 PM, Gorecki 204A

Leading into the annual Gender Summit, the IWL will host a screening of a related Gender documentary.


Ally Training *Approved by J. Hinchley

Tuesday, November 28th

6:00 - 8:30 PM, Gorecki 204B

As a lead up to the Gender Summit, the IWL will host an ally training to prepare students with a general knowledge of gender and the LGBTQ+ community.

 


GENDER SUMMIT *Approved by J. Hinchley

Wednesday, November 29th

4:00 - 8:30 PM, Upper Gorecki

The Gender Summit is a collaboration between the IWL, MDI and the Gender Studies department to bring light to the exciting gender, women or sexuality projects happening on campus and off campus. We will begin accepting applications to present the last week in September and look forward to our keynote speaker Andi Zeisler. From 4:00 to 6:30 PM the poster session will be held in Gorecki 204A and 204B. Then, at 7:00 PM in Upper Gorecki, a presentation from esteemed keynote speaker, Andi Zeisler, will take place. Andi is the cofounder of Bitch Media. Her new book about the consumer co-optation of feminism, We Were Feminists Once, was published in May 2016 by Public Affairs. She speaks frequently on the subject of feminism, media, and pop culture at various colleges and universities.

 


 

 Spring 2018 Events

The American Men's Study Association's 26th Annual Conference on Men and Masculinities

March 22nd - 28th

Minneapolis, Minnesota with the University of Minnesota

The American Men’s Studies Association’s Twenty-Sixth Annual Conference on Men and Masculinities will take place in Minneapolis, Minnesota with the University of Minnesota as its host institution March 22-25, 2018. The Conference theme is “Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities.” Questions? Email AMSA.

 

PRiSM Club

Are you passionate about promoting equality on the CSB/SJU campuses? Attend PRiSM (People Representing the Sexual Minority) events, welcome to all, like the annual Drag Show and BBQueer. PRiSM also holds weekly LGBTQ+ educational meetings on Thursdays in Murray 150.