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News Release

7th Annual Women's History Month presentations planned at LCSC

LEWISTON, Idaho - Lewis-Clark State College is holding its seventh annual Women's History Month events in March, with presentations throughout the month.  All events are free and open to the public.

The presentations offer a diversity of scholarship and topics, and the college welcomes community attendance. All presentations take place at 12 p.m. in Room 203 of the Administration Building on the LCSC campus unless otherwise noted.

The complete schedule is listed below:

Wednesday, March 4  12:00-1:15
“Creating a Safe Space: Gender Equality in the Classroom”
Dr. Amy Canfield, Social Sciences, Dr. Marlowe Daly-Galeano, Humanities, and Dr. Heather Van Mullem, Education and Kinesiology

Thursday, March 5  12:00-1:15
“Finding Water in the Wilderness: Regional Women’s Stories”
Dr. Gwen Sullivan, Humanities

Monday, March 9  12:00-1:15
“Tradition, Freedom, and the Lives of Girls in the Novels of Michelle Cliff, Nawal El Saadawi, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie”
Dr. Chris Norden, Humanities

Tuesday, March 10  12:00-1:15
Student Research Presentations
Taylor Tweedy, Chelsea Lundgren, and Taylie Hopkins

Tuesday, March 10  **6:30 p.m.**
Film Screening: “Anita: Speaking Truth to Power”
Post-film discussion led by Dr. Tim Lynch, Social Sciences

Wednesday, March 11  12:00-1:15
“Fitsporation vs. Thinsporation: Is There a Difference?”
Dr. Heather Van Mullem, Education and Kinesiology

Thursday, March 12  12:00-1:15
“The Tyranny of a Home Cooked Meal: A Historic Perspective on Women and Cooking”
Dr. Amanda Van Lanen, Social Sciences

Monday, March 16  12:00-1:15
“Gendered Language”
Dr. Ian Tippets, Humanities

Tuesday, March 17  12:00-1:15
“Women in Stem Fields: Opportunities, Obstacles, and Experiences”
Dr. Heather Henson-Ramsey, Dr. Rachel Jameton, and Dr. Jenni Light, Natural Sciences

Tuesday, March 24  12:00-1:15
“Letting Women Play: The Crux of Women and Gaming”
Dr. Louis Sylvester and Ms. Kimberly Tolson, Humanities

Tuesday, March 24  **6:30 pm, Sacajawea Hall 112**
Film screening: “Wonder Women: The Untold Story of American Superheroines”
Post-film discussion led by Dr. Leanne Parker, Dr. Amy Canfield, and Ms. Darcy Graves, Social Sciences

Thursday, March 26  12:00-1:15
“From Sojourner Truth to Angela Davis: Intersectional Feminism and Its Importance”
Dr. Lauren Connolly, Humanities

For more information, please contact Dr. Amy Canfield at 792-2362 or [email protected].