Speaker and Event Series
March 24: Marla Brettschneider, Professor of Political Science and Women's Studies, University of New Hampshire, will deliver a talk entitled "Jamaica Kincaid's Political Thinking." Campus Hall 232, 2:40. Sponsors: ACE and Dept. of Government and Politics.
April 1: Cara de Silva, author of In Memory's Kitchen, a collection of "painfully flawed recipes set down by starving women in a Czechoslovakian concentration camp" will discuss her work. Manzulli Board Room, 2:40. Sponsor: Dept. of History.
April 13: Martha Ackelsberg, Professor Emerita of Government at Smith College, will deliver a talk entitled "Dilemmas of Theory and Practice: Spanish Anarchism, Mujeres Libres, and the Struggle for the Emancipation of Women." Manzulli Board Room, 6 p.m. Sponsors: ACE, Dept. of Government and Politics, and Dept. of Modern Languages.
April 15: "Kate Bornstein is a Queer and Pleasant Danger" ~ a film by Sam Feder~ Documentary screening and Q & A with director Sam Feder. Film chronicles trailblazing transgender performance activist Kate Bornstein as she takes us on a mind-bending quest through her world. Spiro 2, 6 p.m. Sponsors: Dept. of Art and Art History, Dept. of Government and Politics, and The Center for Intercultural Advancement.