Up Coming Events of Interest

Latoya Evans
"Fertile Ground: Landscapes of Race and Desire" . Latoya Evans is a pre-doc fellow at the University of Connecticut in Women's Studies.  The lecture will be on Black lesbians in Appalachia. 
8 October, 2013 4pm in the John Dewy Lounge

Hispanic Forum
"?Queer Spain/Queer Vermont.?"
October 17 and 18
Among the high profile scholars and writers scheduled to
participate are Alison Bechdel, Isabel Franc and Paul Julian Smith.

Marilyn Solaya, Cuban Filmmaker
"In the Wrong Body", her film about the first sex change operation in Cuba.
October 20 -21st screening

"Women Challenging Tradition"
Linda Scott, Said School of Business, Oxford University

"Market Feminism: How Businesses are Changing to meet the Needs of Working Women"
24 October, 2013, 4:30pm, Waterman Memorial Lounge
See Link: http://www.doublexeconomy.com/about/

"Women Challenging Tradition"
Isobel Coleman, Senior Fellow and Director of the Civil Society, Markets, and Democracy Initiative,
Director of the Women and Foreign Policy Program Council on Foreign Relations

"Women, Sharia Law and Reform in the Middle East"
7 November, 2013 at 4:30pm Livak Ballroom, Davis Center
See link: http://www.cfr.org/experts/democracy-economic-development-middle-east-gender/isobel-coleman/b5206

OPEN HOUSE and Advising Session
Tuesday, 12 November, 2013 ~ 6:00 p.m. Old Mill Annex A200
To: All Students in WGST Courses – Whether you are a WGST major, WGST minor, SGIS minor, OR just interested in the Program
What: Student-Faculty Meeting About the WGST Program, Fall Courses, and WGST Internships
Incentive: Snacks from Sugarsnap and the opportunity to ask your questions of faculty and advisors
ALL students in WGST courses are invited. Bring your interests and your questions. Several of our faculty will be there, too. We will

Annie Lanzillotto, Italian American lesbian poet, musician, and performance artist
November