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Women’s History Month 2020


Monday, March 9

Women’s History Month Kickoff

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Sarratt Promenade


Tuesday, March 10

HIV Testing

12:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Sarratt 216/220


Admitting You Only Dislike Lizzo Because She is Fat: The Intersection of Fatphobia and Misogynoir

7:00 PM

Buttrick 102


Wednesday, March 11

Women in the Workplace

12:00 PM

Rand 308


Feminism and Disability

6:00 PM

Sarratt 363


Thursday, March 12

Bacon, Cigarettes & Lesbian Cat Shows: Women Through the Lens of Primary Sources

12:00 PM

Central Library 612A


Harry C. Howard Jr. Lecture: Jaquira Díaz

4:10 PM

Central Library Community Room


Friday, March 13

Inclusive Book Group: Discussion of A Well Behaved Woman by Therese Anne Fowler

12:00 PM

Central Library 612A


Intersectionality Week

March 16-20


Tuesday, March 17

A Women’s Right to Vote: Film and Discussion

4:00 PM

Garland 101


Wednesday, March 18

Women of Peabody Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Peabody Learning Lab 304


Thursday, March 19

“Race, Rights, and the Woman Suffrage Movement: The Stories of Alva Vanderbilt Belmont, Irene Moorman, and Rose Schneiderman” presented by Joan Marie Johnson

5:00 PM

Alumni Hall 202


Friday, March 20


1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Women’s Center


Monday, March 23

Is the Future Female? The Continuing Relevance of Feminism

7:00 PM

Bronson College 1003


Tuesday, March 24

Work-Life Workshop: Do I Need a Mentor?

12:00 PM

Sarratt 216/220


Wednesday, March 25

ART + FEMINISM Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon

11:00 AM – 2:00 PM

University Fine Arts Gallery, Cohen Hall


Women in the Academy: Work-Life Integration?: Parenting and the Academy

12:00 PM

Buttrick 123


Thursday, March 26

Unapologetically Taking Up Space in the Workplace

11:30 AM

Alumni 201


Kitchen Table Series: Mental Health as a Feminist Issue

5:00 PM

Sarratt 363


Friday, March 27

Period Product Packing Party

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Sarratt 363

Monday, March 30

Feminist Trivia

6:00 PM

Sarratt 363


Tuesday, March 31

Cuninggim Lecture on Women in Culture and Society: “Eloquent Rage: the Power of the Angry Black Woman” presented by Brittney Cooper

6:00 PM

Student Life Center Board of Trust