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Boro Weekly (March 2-8, 2015)

Edinboro University celebrates Women's History Month

During March, Edinboro University will host a wide variety of enlightening and sometimes provocative presentations in honor of Women's History Month. EU has observed Women's History Month with an exciting and educational program since 1996. This year, 18 different presentations will be given by faculty members, students and guests.

Events marking Women's History Month begin Tuesday with a panel discussion from the School of Business that will feature women sharing professional insights regarding career development, women-led initiatives, leadership roles and global management experiences. (Pictured above: Last year's Women's History Month School of Business panel.) The panel will be held in the Frank G. Pogue Student Center, Seminar Room 143, from 6-8 p.m. That same evening, from 7:30-9 p.m. in Hendricks Hall, Room G-56, the Philosophy Club will offer a student and faculty-led panel on the topic of street harassment.

Other events to take place this week include:

  • "Hooligans and Heretics: Women in the Witchcraft Era in Massachusetts," by Dr. Jerra Jenrette of the History, Anthropology, and World Languages Department, Wednesday, 9:30-10:45 a.m., Pogue Student Center, Multipurpose Room A.
  • "'I'm Bringing Booty Back:' Pop Culture, Booty & The Fetishizing of Black Women's Bodies," by Dr. Rhonda Matthews of the Political Science and Criminal Justice Department, Wednesday, 9:30-10:45 a.m., Frank G. Pogue Student Center, Multipurpose Room B.
  • "'I Sing Only for You:' The Relationship Between Christine and the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera" by Dr. Roger Solberg of the English and Philosophy Department, Wednesday, 9:30-10:45 a.m., Pogue Student Center, Seminar Room 143.
  • "Wild Women: Tales from Folklore," by the students from the Communication Studies Department's Advanced Performance Studies course, Wednesday, 12:15-1:30 p.m., Pogue Student Center, Scot Cinema.
  • "'The Story of Temple Grandin:' Writer, Biologist, Educator and Advocate," by Dr. Irene Fiala of the Sociology Department, Wednesday, 12:15-1:30 p.m., Pogue Student Center, Multipurpose Room A.
  • "Women in a Changing Middle East," by Dr. Baher Ghosheh of the Geosciences Department, Wednesday, 12:15-1:30 p.m., Pogue Student Center, Seminar Room 143.
  • "Women of Word: Poetry." Poems will be put into conversations on some of society's largest looming subjects. Thursday, 6:30-8 p.m., Diebold Center for the Performing Arts.

Additional themes that will be explored throughout the month include well-behaved women who made history, reproductive rights, women in prison, and the strong women of "Harry Potter."

All Women's History Month events are free and open to the public and are sponsored by Edinboro's Women's Studies Committee in collaboration with a variety of academic departments, organizations and offices on campus.

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