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LCSC to hold ninth annual Women's History Month in March

LEWISTON, Idaho – The ninth annual Lewis-Clark State College’s Women’s History Month will take place in March with 11 films, productions, and presentations scheduled on campus to commemorate the accomplishments and actions of women throughout history.

Justin Stover, a history professor at Idaho State University, will give the keynote address and kick off the month with his talk on “Revolutionary Women in Ireland, 1916-1923” on March 2, at noon in Room 100 of Meriwether Lewis Hall at LCSC. Stover teachers both undergraduate and graduate level history courses at ISU.

In all, there are seven talks, three film screening and discussions, and one musical production during March.

The complete schedule of events, all of which are open to the public, is listed below. All events will be held on the LCSC campus at Meriwether Lewis Hall, Room 100, unless otherwise noted, and all are free except for the Silverthorne Film Series.

Keynote Address: “Revolutionary Women in Ireland, 1916-1923”
Presenter: Justin Stover, Idaho State University History professor
Thursday, March 2, noon.

Musical Production: “Ain’t I a Woman!”
Cost: $15 for adults, $13 for seniors and children, free for LCSC students with ID card
Thursday, March 2, 7 p.m., Silverthorne Theatre

Talk: “Authorship and Authority: A Study of Early Modern Women Writers”
Presenter: Peter Remien, LCSC Humanities professor
Tuesday, March 7, noon

Film: “Courage in Corsets: Winning the Vote in Washington State”
Screening and discussion: League of Women Voters
Tuesday, March 7, 6:30 p.m., LCSC Center for Arts & History (415 Main Street, Lewiston)

Talk “Why We March: A Historic and Contemporary Reflection of Women’s Marches”
Presenters: Amy Canfield and Amanda Van Lanen, LCSC Social Sciences professors
Wednesday, March 8, noon 

Talk “Frieda Kahlo, La Mujer, Modern Woman”
Presenter: Ray Esparsen, LCSC Humanities professor
Thursday, March 9, noon|
Note: Special Frieda Kahlo exhibit will be at LCSC Library on March 6-13

Film: “Meek’s Cutoff”
Screening and discussion: Jennifer Anderson, LCSC Humanities instructor
Monday, March 13, 6:30 p.m.

Film “The Year We Thought About Love: Behind the Scenes of Queer Youth Theater”
Screening and discussion: Marlowe Daly-Galeano, LCSC Humanities professor, and Emily Akin, LCSC graduate
Monday, March 20, 7 p.m., LCSC Center for Arts & History (415 Main Street, Lewiston).

Talks: “Separating the World Into Bananas and Non-Bananas: Ontology, Sliding Signifiers and Feminism” and “Feminazis. Bra Burners, and Men Haters: Rebranding Feminism”
Presenters: Louis Sylvester, LCSC Humanities professor and Kimberly Tolson, Walla Walla Community College English instructor
Tuesday, March 21, noon

Talk: “Viewing Consent in Jane Austin’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ and ‘Mansfield Park’”
Presenter: Kelly-Ray Meyer, LCSC alum
Wednesday, March 22, noon

Talk: “The Critique of the Streak: UConn Women’s Basketball and the Attack on Excellence in Women’s Sports”
Presenter: Heather Van Mullem, Chair, LCSC Education and Kinesiology Division
Thursday, March 23, noon.

For more information on LCSC Women’s History Month, contact Canfield at aecanfield@lcsc.edu or 208-792-2362.