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Women’s History Week at Laurentian

September 29, 2016

Women’s History Week at Laurentian

October 3-7, 2016

MONDAY | LUNDI

  • Aven McMaster, “Giving Weapons to the Amazons: Ovid’s ‘Art of Love’ for Women” ANCS 4/3317, 10:00-11:30 in T250
  • Linda Ambrose, “Women’s History? Gender History? What’s the Difference?” HIST 4215 2:30 -5:30 in Science 2A – F335
  • KEYNOTE: Merna Forster, “Women on the Currency” 7pm in the Brenda Wallace Reading Room (J.N. Desmarais Library)

TUESDAY | MARDI

  • Natalie Kouri-Towe, “Feminist Fragmentation after the Women’s Liberation Movement – Black and Women of Colour Feminism in the 1980s-1990s” WOMN 1005, 10-11am in T-260 (visitors to the class will need to remove their footwear before entering the classroom)

WEDNESDAY | MERCREDI

  • Aven McMaster , “Giving Weapons to the Amazons: Ovid’s ‘Art of Love’ for Women” ANCS 4/3317, 10:00-11:30 in T250
  • Linda Ambrose, “Pentecostals on Campus: Bernice Gerard as University Chaplain, 1963‐1985” Department of History Colloquium, 10-11:30 in C-206
  • Robert Derrenbacker, “Women in the New Testament Letters of Paul” ANCS/RLST 3127 2:30-4pm in T-120

THURSDAY | JEUDI

  • Sara Burke, “Gender History” HIST 2026 10-11:30 in SE-207
  • Janice Liedl, “Bathild’s Saintly & Queenly Life” HIST 4516 4-5:30pm in C-104

Open to All
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