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Witches of Scotland
March 8 is International Women’s Day. To observe this day, two Wagner College classes — TH291 (Witches on the Western Stage) and EN425 (English Senior Seminar) — invite you to a special program, “Remembering the Accused Witches of Scotland: A Movement to Exonerate and Commemorate.” The event is part of a growing political movement seeking justice for those accused, tried and executed under Scotland’s Witchcraft Act of 1563, until its repeal in 1736. For centuries, their names and lives were erased; at this event, we will bring some of those names back to life. We will have petitions as well as tributes to some of the more than 3,000 people who died under the Scottish Witchcraft Act — five to 10 times more deaths, per capita, than from witchcraft executions on the European continent, with the majority being women. We will share what we are learning about the cultural, economic and political forces that led to nearly two centuries of Scottish witch trials.
March Right Into a Handshake
Let's march right into a great Handshake and into opportunities to locate a start to your career.
During this workshop you will learn how to update your profile, apply for opportunities, and connect with contacts at various companies. Using Handshake you will also find out about hiring and networking events hosted by participating employers.
Join the Career Connection office to establish your Handshake account.
Concerned and Courageous: Teachers and Social Workers as Heroines of the Holocaust
Speaker Kay Matello, M.A. Education Coordinator at the Museum of History and Holocaust Education at Kennesaw State University, Georgia discusses how female teachers and social workers resisted Nazi atrocities in Germany and occupied Poland.
For more information, contact Lori Weintrob, Director, email@example.com