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Gender Studies

10th Annual Gender Studies Symposium

April 14, 1991

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All symposium presentations are free and open to the public. All events are held in Templeton Student Center unless noted otherwise.

Sunday, April 14, 1991

3-4:30 P.M., Black Box, Fir Acres Theatre
Theatrical Performance: From This Moment On: A Tale of Love and Exhaustion.

5:00 P.M., Stamm Dining Room, Templeton
Buffet Dinner for Symposium Participants.

7:30 P.M. Council Chamber: Reception to follow in foyer
MAJOR ADDRESS: Refusing to Be a Man
John Stoltenberg.

Monday, April 15

9-10:25 A.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Sexual Politics and Mass Media.

9-10:25 A.M., Thayer
Panel: Articulations of Masculinity in Literature and Film.

8:30-10:00 A.M., Stamm
Panel: Gender and Hegemony: Work and Representation.

10:30-11:55 A.M., Stamm
Workshop on Learning and Teaching Women’s History. Conducted by Gerda Lerner.

10:30-11:55 A.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Woman as Artist/Woman as Object.

10:30-11:55 A.M., Thayer
Panel: The Sacred Female in Hinduism.

Noon-12:55 P.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Teaching Northwest Women’s History.

Noon-12:55 P.M., Thayer
Panel: Feminist Theory.

Noon-12:55 P.M., Stamm
Shared Readings: Sponsored by Women Writer’s Circle.

1-2:25 P.M., Thayer
Feminist Teaching: A Case Study of Lewis & Clark. Invited Lecture, Mary Kay Tetreault.

1-2:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Women and Hegemony.

1-2:25 P.M., Stamm
Workshop on Avoiding Acquaintance Rape: Sex in the Afternoon.

2:30-3:25 P.M., Dubach
Panel: ERA Revisited.

2:30-3:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Violence Against Women.

2:30-3:25 P.M., Thayer
From Gender Segregation to Gender Coordination: A Paradigm Shift. Invited Lecture: Irene Hecht.

3:30-5 P.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Women and Development. Visiting Fulbright Scholars and Hubert Humphrey Fellow.

3:30-5 P.M., Black Box, Fir Acres Theatre
Performance of Jack, a One-Act Play About AIDS.

5-6 P.M., Council Chamber
Invited Poetry Reading: Elizabeth Woody, Warm Springs, Wasco/Navajo Indian Poet.

KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Women’s Search for Their History
7:30 p.m., Council Chamber,
Reception to follow in foyer
Gerda Lerner
.

Tuesday, April 16

9-10:25 A.M., Thayer
Panel: Inscribing Gender Through Language.

9-10:25 A.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Ecofeminism.

9-10:25 A.M., Stamm
Men and Masculinity: A Workshop. Conducted by John Stoltenberg.

10:30-11:55 A.M., Stamm
Identifying and Confronting Sexism: A Workshop for Men..

10:30-11:55 A.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Mediated Images of Women and Men in Teen Magazines.

10:30-11:55 A.M., Thayer
Panel: The Brave and Unexpected Explorer: Little Girls in Fairy Tales.

Noon-12:55 P.M., Thayer
Panel: Religion, Theology, Liturgy.

Noon-12:55 P.M.,Council Chamber
Panel: Constructing World Views: Gender Differences in the Media..

Noon-12:55 P.M., Stamm
Shared Readings: Sponsored by the Women Writer’s Circle.

1:00-2:25 P.M., Thayer
Panel: Gender Issues on Lewis & Clark Overseas Programs.

1:00-2:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Panel: The History of Women in 19th-Century Europe: Projects from the Gerritsen Collection of Women’s History.

2:30-3:25 P.M., Thayer
Panel: Sexual Politics in the ’90s..

2:30-3:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Women and Political Change in Mexico. Invited Lecture, Margarita Daltori Palomo.

3:30-5 P.M., Council Chamber
Fiction and Poetry Reading: Mothers and Mothering.

3:30-5 P.M., Thayer
Panel: Challenging Traditional Pedagogical Models.

MAJOR ADDRESS
A Feminist Liberation Theological Perspective on Sexuality.
7:30 p.m., Council Chamber, Reception to follow in Foyer.
Carter Heyward
.

9:00 P.M. Trail Room
Coffee House WIth Performance of Local Women’s Music

Wednesday, April 17

9-10:25 A.M., Thayer
Panel: Women in the Renaissance: Textual Transformations and the Semiotics of Power.

9-10:25 A.M., Council Chamber
Panel: German Women on the Eve of Unification.

10:30-11:55 A.M., Thayer
Panel: Medieval and Renaissance Lives and Texts.

110:30-11:55 A.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Different Worlds, Different Lives: Women and Men in the Indonesian Archipelago.

Noon-12:55 P.M., Thayer
Panel: Women and Work.

Noon-12:55 P.M., Council Chamber
Panel: The Politics of Abortion.

Noon-12:55 P.M., Grey
Panel: Education for the Future.

1-2:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Rewriting the Text: Music Videos and Film.

1-2:25 P.M., Thayer
Panel: Myths and Paradigms in Literature.

1-2:25 P.M., Stamm
Workshop on Unlearning Systems of Oppression: Focus on Unlearning Racism.

2:30-3:25 P.M., Thayer
Panel: Science and Gender.

2:30-3:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Gender Issues in Education.

4-5 P.M., Council Chamber
Final Plenary Session/Discussion.

7:30 P.M., Council Chamber
Workshop: Pornography: A Practice of Inequality.

Art Exhibits (on display throughout the symposium). Stamm.
Art works by Feryal Abbast Ghnaim, traditional Palestinian artist, Luthera Stone, Oregon contemporary multi-media artist, “Voices of the Children,” MADRE, children of Central America, ages 5 to 12, Phyllis Yes, professor of art, Lewis & Clark, Lewis & Clark students Gretchen Bischel, Lisa Fenton, Michele Wilcox, and John Farnsworth, and others. Faculty curator and Symposium Director: Joanne Mulcahy. Student curator:
Laura Graves.

For Additional Information:

Gender Studies Program
Lewis & Clark College
0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd.
Portland, Oregon 97219
Phone: 503/768-7381 or 768-7416

Sponsors: Visiting Fulbright Scholars and Occasional Lectures Program of the Council for the International Exchange of Scholars, Lewis & Clark Cultural Arts Committee, Gender Studies Program, Student Academic Affairs Board, Associated Students of Lewis & Clark, Chaplain’s Office, and Students in Solidarity with Central American People.

Lewis & Clark College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, or physical in its educational programs, activites or employment policies, in keeping with the letter and spirit of all equal opportunity and civil rights laws.

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