Celebrating Women's History Month at the Center is always a joy. This year is even more special since we are honoring Toni Cade Bambara, whose birthday is March 25, for our 10th anniversary conference!!!! During the gathering we are premiering a documentary about the Digital Moving Image Salon and its founding director, Professor Ayoka Chenzira, as well as acknowledging publicly the Toni Cade Bambara papers which are housed in the Spelman Archives. We are excited about the broad range of activities associated with the Women's Center's endowment campaign, and are thankful for the recent campus visit of Anita Hill, one of our National Advisory Board members. As we honor the extraordinary work and vision of countless women here and around the globe, we urge you to remember in your own way those women who have helped to change the world as well as your own personal lives.
Free for High School and College Students with valid school identification. For more information on this event, please contact the Gwendolyn Brooks Center via e-mail at email@example.com or at 773-995-4440.
Jacqueline Jones Royster Named Dean of Ivan Allen College
Following a national search, Georgia Tech Provost Gary B. Schuster has announced that Dr. Jacqueline Jones Royster (WRRC Advisory Board Member and Spelman Alumna), a professor of English with interests related to rhetorical studies, women's studies and literacy, will be the College's next dean.
In addition to holding the dean's chair, Royster will be a professor in the School of Literature, Communication and Culture. She is expected to start by the fall semester.
The University of Maryland, College Park Women's Studies Department presents
STILL BRAVE Black Women's Studies at 25+ Looking Backward to Move Forward
Friday, April 23, 2010
This symposium centers around Black women's studies, curriculum and program development, Black women's academic writing, and major issues of the day including:
HIV/AIDS and healthcare
Human rights and violence against women
Representations of Black women in the media
There will be a workshop, a panel, and a luncheon. Events will take place on the sixth floor of McKeldin Library from 8:30am-4:00pm.
This event is FREE and open to the public. You must register to attend. To register and find out about who will be presenting, please visit our website: www.womensstudies.umd.edu
Cosponsored with the Feminist Press, UM Libraries, and UM's African American Studies.
Beverly Guy-Sheftall Women's Research & Resource Center @ Spelman College