Events

FALL 2018

Reimagining Decolonial Futures: Puerto Rico, God-Talk and Seeking the Common Good
Dr. Teresa Delgado, Professor of the Religious Studies Department at Iona College
7:30 p.m. Thursday, September 20

Approved by J. Hinchley

Approved by J. Hinchley

Tarfia Faizullah
In Residence November 6-9, 2018
Public Reading November 8, Upper Gorecki 7:00 PM

Tarfia Faizullah’s highly anticipated second collection, Registers of Illuminated Villages, extends and transforms her powerful accounts of violence, war, and loss into poems of many forms and voices—elegies, outcries, self-portraits, and larger-scale confrontations with discrimination, family, and memory.

Approved by J. Hinchley

Fall 2018 IWL Events

Women in the Workplace Podcast Group

September 27th   7-7:30 pm    IWL Office Murray 160

October 3rd   6:30-7:15 pm   IWL Office Murray 160           

Join the IWL in a group that will learn about wage negotiation, making your voice heard, and making the most of your ambition by listening to and discussing a series of podcasts. 

Approved by J. Hinchley

Sustainability is a Feminist Issue?

September 24th   7pm Gorecki 204A

As part of our semester-long talk series, the IWL will host a discussion on sustainability and how it is related to feminism and feminist issues. 

Approved by J. Hinchley

Family Dynamics

October 4th   6-7pm Gorecki 120

Join IWl for a discussion on family dynamics. Often family dynamics are related to the culture and customs individuals are a part of. This talk will discuss the gender roles that exist in the family and what it means to be a family. 

Approved by J. Hinchley

International Day of the Girl "She Can do Anything"

October 11th    Gorecki 120 and Fireside

Come learn about different girl's and women's lives from around the world and visit the tables and wall displays set up in Gorecki Fireside. Learn how you can help girls build confidence in themselves and help them realize thier potental. 

Approved by J. Hinchley

The Panza Monologues

October 12th   7 pm

A live reading of "The Panza Monologues," which is a collection of short performances based on interview and stories of different women. "Panza" is the Spanish word for "belly," and the monologues "explore the connections between bodies, culture, and politics from a Latina feministh perspective." 

God Talk is a Feminist Issue

October 22nd   7pm Gorecki 204A

As part of our semester-long talk series, come learn about how gender is used in religion and how it affects our perceptions and conceptions of God. 

Approved by J. Hinchley

Brave Space/Safe Space Training

October 30th   Presidents Dining Room

In support of LGBT history month, IWL and PRiSM will be providing safe space training to educate others on what safe and brave spaces are and how to create them/ support them within our comunity. 

Approved by J. Hinchley

Bennies Around the World

November 6th   9am-12pm Gorecki Fireside

Learn about the expierence of Bennies who went on the summer study abroad trip to Rwanda and how they have gained a more global perspective on social issues in the world. 

Approved by J. Hinchley

Lunch with a Leader

November 7th   TBD

Join us in welcoming Patina Park, the Executive Director of the Minnesota Indian Women's Resource Center for Lunch and discussion of native/indigenous expierences in Minnesota as well as difficulties that indigenous women face. 

Approved by J. Hinchley

Period Packages

November 14th   7pm-8pm IWL Office

In support of hunger and homelessness awareness week, come help us create care packages and acquire supplies for women who are in need of support.

Approved by J. Hinchley

Globalization is a Feminist Issue

November 26th   7pm Gorecki 204A

As part of our semester-long talk series, learn about how globalization affects women and feminist issues. This discussion will also cover how local decisions can affect women on a global scale.

Approved by J. Hinchley

Gender Summit

November 29th   4pm-8pm Upper Gorecki

The Gender Summit is a platform for CSBSJU students and faculty to present and discuss thier research as it pertains to the field of Gender and Sexuality. This forum includes a look ito a wide varity of gender issues, movements, and theories along with a presentation from a keynote speaker. This Summit allows CSBSJU to analyze our world through the lens of gender. 

Approved by J. Hinchley