|SLU WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH 2004 SCHEDULE
Women’s History Month at Southeastern Louisiana University is sponsored
by the Southeastern Women’s Coalition and the College of Arts and Sciences.
Faculty Recital, Joy Ratliff, mezzo-soprano;
Kenneth Boulton, piano; assisted by Alissa Mercurio Rowe, soprano; 7:30
p.m., Pottle Auditorium
Rep. Diane Winston, “Status of Women
in Louisiana,” 12:30 p.m., Sims Memorial Library.
Poetry reading, Alison Pelegrin, noon,
Sims Memorial Library.
Feminist Literary Criticism, presentations
by students of Jayetta Slawson (English 300: Introduction to Literary Analysis
and Interpretation); 11 a.m., Sims Memorial Library.
Margaret Gonzales-Perez, “Women and
Feminism in International Relations, 12:30 p.m., Sims Memorial Library.
Tova Beck-Friedman, “In Pursuit of Myth,”
noon, Clark Hall Gallery
“Native American Women Inspiring Hope
and Possibility," presentations by students of Carole McAllister (English
392, Native American Literature), 11 a.m., Sims Memorial Library.
Tova Beck-Friedman, “A Sense of
Place: Sculpture in the Environment,” 4 pm, Clark Hall Gallery
Robin Norris, “Inspired by the Feminine
Divine: St. Mary of Egypt in the Middle Ages,” 12:30 p.m., Sims Memorial
William Robison, “How to Catch Witches:
Some Tips from Renaissance Inquisitors,” 11 a.m., Sims Memorial Library.
Readings by authors Beverly Marshall
and Suzanne Hudson, 3-5 p.m., Hammond Regional Arts Center.
Barbara Forrest, "Intelligent Design
Creationism: Male and Pale,” 12:30 p.m., Sims Memorial Library.
Presentations by students of Lin Knutson
(English 310: “Introduction to African American Literature”), noon, Sims
“Community Read” discussion, “The Secret
Life of Bees”; Sarah Ross, moderator; 11 a.m., Sims Memorial Library.
Danceworks, 7:30 p.m., Vonnie Borden
Theatre (Tickets: $3 senior citizens/ faculty/staff/non-SLU students; $5
adults; SLU students free with I.D.)
“The Vagina Monologues,” 7:30 p.m.,
Vonnie Borden Theatre ($15 single ticket; $25 couples)
Judith Fai-Podlipnik, “Patriots and
Partisans: Women in the Resistance during the Holocaust,” 12:30 p.m., Sims
“Words Moved Her,” dance concert, directed
by Greta Sharp for the Southeastern's Women's Coalition, 7:30 pm, Pottle
Andrew Traver, “Did Women have a Renaissance
in the Twelfth Century?”, 12:30 p.m., Sims Memorial Library.