Film Viewing and Discussion Event Caps Women’s History Month on 3/31

The final Women’s History Month event will be a viewing of the film Señorita Extraviada, Missing Young Women, followed by a discussion facilitated by Dr. Courtenay Cavanaugh, Assistant Professor of Psychology.This event, co-sponsored by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program and the Department of Psychology, will take place on Monday, March 31st, at 6:30 p.m. … Continue reading Film Viewing and Discussion Event Caps Women’s History Month on 3/31

“Radical Women Reading:” MFA Students Celebrate Women’s History Month

Violet LeVoit, Stacey Seidl, and Melanie McNair of the MFA in creative writing program will take part in Women’s History Month with the presentation “Radical Women Reading: Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment” on Wednesday, March 26th, at 7 p.m.  The event will take place in the S. ABC Conference Room in the Campus Center. … Continue reading “Radical Women Reading:” MFA Students Celebrate Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month Continues with a Lecture on Women in Sports on 3/24

Women’s History Month continues on Monday, March 24th, with a lecture by Dr. Cathy D’Ignazio, a part-time lecturer of history, called “Competition: American Women and Their Sports.”  The event will take place during the free period (12:10 p.m.) and will take place in Armitage Hall 121.

Women’s History Month Continues with a Lecture by Dr. Keith Green on 3/12

As part of Women’s History Month, Dr. Keith Green, Assistant Professor of English, will present “Indentured Servants, Sickly Children, and Invalid Women: Disability in Harriet Wilson’s Our Nig (1859). This event, which is co-sponsored by the Women’s and Gender Studies Program and the Department of English, will take place on Wednesday, March 12th, during the … Continue reading Women’s History Month Continues with a Lecture by Dr. Keith Green on 3/12

Dr. Wendy Woloson Will Lecture on Joking and Gender in the Early 20th Century

As part of Women’s History Month, Dr. Wendy Woloson, Assistant Professor of History, will present “Stags, Nags, and Gags: Joking and Gender in the Early 20th Century.”  The Department of History will induct the newest members of Phi Alpha Theta, the National History Honor Society, during this event. The event will take place on Monday, … Continue reading Dr. Wendy Woloson Will Lecture on Joking and Gender in the Early 20th Century

Women’s History Month to Kick Off with a Keynote Address on 3/5

March is Women’s History Month, and in cooperation with many campus departments and offices, the Women’s and Gender Studies Program has organized seven events that all connect with the month’s theme: Celebrating Women of Character, Courage, and Commitment. The keynote address, “Combating Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Women,” will feature three panelists, Mary DeFusco, Esq., Anne … Continue reading Women’s History Month to Kick Off with a Keynote Address on 3/5

A Season of Firsts: Rutgers-Camden Offers First LGBTQ History Course

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“Reel Vulnerabilty”: Rutgers-Camden Presents a Lecture on Gender in American Film and TV

Dr. Sarah Hagelin from the University of Colorado-Denver will lecture on “Power, Pain, and Gender in Contemporary American Film and Television” on Thursday, November 14th, from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., in Armitage Hall, Room 121.  The subject matter is the topic of Dr. Hagelin’s forthcoming book from Rutgers University Press. This event is sponsored … Continue reading “Reel Vulnerabilty”: Rutgers-Camden Presents a Lecture on Gender in American Film and TV

Beyond Roe: Reproductive Justice in a Changing World

On Thursday, October 11th, the Rutgers School of Law-Camden will host the conference Beyond Roe: Reproductive Justice in a Changing World.  Conference participants will “discuss a wide range of issues related to reproductive justice and reproductive oppression.” This conference is co-sponsored in part by the Rutgers-Camden Department of History and the Rutgers-Camden Women’s and Gender … Continue reading Beyond Roe: Reproductive Justice in a Changing World