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Women's Studies Honor Society (WSHS) Induction Ceremony
Women's Studies Honor Society (WSHS) Induction Ceremony Join us as we welcome over a dozen new members into the Women's Studies Honor Society. Featured speaker will be Dr. Melissa Jones, Assistant Professor of Psychology (BYU), Introduction to Women's Studies Professor, Former BYU CAPs counselor, mother, & Aspiring Mormon Woman. Refreshments to follow. 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. @ Education In Zion (EIZ) Theater | B192 JFSB
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Colloquium: The Amputee and the War Angel: Gender and Nation in Victorian War Journalism
Colloquium: The Amputee and the War Angel: Gender and Nation in Victorian War Journalism noon – 12:50 p.m. @ B092 JFSB
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Colloquium: Hume on the Minds of Women and the Virtue of Delicacy
Colloquium: Hume on the Minds of Women and the Virtue of Delicacy noon – 12:50 p.m. @ B092 JFSB
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To Tell their Tales: Mormon Women
To Tell their Tales: Mormon Women Meet in the EIZ Theater at 5:00 for a brief introduction to a Gallery Walk about Mormon Women. Professor Heather Belnap Jensen, Art History Professor Leslie Hadfield, African History Professor Donna Lee Bowen, Political Science 1 a.m. – 1 a.m. @ EIZ Theater & Gallery (B192 JFSB)
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Virginia F. Cutler Lecture: Renata Forste
Virginia F. Cutler Lecture: Renata Forste “Women’s Work: The Gendered Division of Housework” 7 p.m. – 8 p.m. @ 250 SWKT
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Exhibition Opening: Work In Progress
Exhibition Opening: Work In Progress The Brigham Young University Museum of Art presents Work in Progress, a collaborative traveling exhibit that pays tribute to important women who have been catalysts for change, past and present. Pop artist Jann Haworth, together with collage artist Liberty Blake, asked community members to join in creating stencils of significant women who have helped to shape our herstory. Work in Progress consists of nine panels, spans almost 40 ft., and includes over 100 stencils by close to 150 volunteers. Some of our very own Women’s Studies faculty affiliates and students participated as artists!! Exhibition opens this Friday night. WSHS members are meeting at the north stairwell on the main floor of the HFAC at 6:45 to head to the show’s opening together. Join us! 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. @ BYU MOA, Millbury Gallery
IC: Daughters of the Dust
IC: Daughters of the Dust At the turn of the century, a family of women in a community made up of former West African slaves living on the coast of South Carolina experience a generational split when young Haargar wants to move away and Yellow Mary returns with her lover. 1 a.m. – 1 a.m. @ 250 SWKT
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4:30 pm Daughters of the Dust
4:30 pm Daughters of the Dust see Friday's event for film description 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. @ 250 SWKT
11 am Daughters of the Dust
11 am Daughters of the Dust 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. @ 250 SWKT
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