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VIEW NOW: “Inspiring Women Letterpress Prints: Voices Across Her/story” – Virtual Art Exhibit!

As a part of our celebration of Women’s History Month, the Inspiring Women Letterpress Prints: Voices Across Her/story virtual art exhibit is right here on our blog! Use the links below to view the exhibit, and don’t forget to tune in to the signature event featuring letterpress printers who contributed to the exhibit on 3/23 (more details and flyer below).

 

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READ NOW! Upcoming WGS event featuring Dr. Bettina Love – Write-Up in the College Today!

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WGS Research Colloquium – Thursday, February 25 at 5:00pm!

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Please join WGS as we hear from our newest faculty affiliates about their current research projects on February 25th, 5:00-6:30pm, via Zoom:

Students, Faculty, Staff, and Community Supporters are all welcome!

T.E.A. with WGS: Winter Book Club – JOIN NOW!

Winter-themed flyer for Bettina Love book club - text reproduced below.

JOIN NOW: T.E.A. with WGS Winter Book Club – We Want To Do More Than Just Survive: Abolitionist Teaching and the Pursuit of Educational Freedom by Bettina Love

This special TEA with WGS book club will meet monthly in January and February in preparation for a special virtual visit with author Bettina Love in March! Open to all CofC faculty and staff – space is limited, so sign up soon to pick up your free copy before winter break! 

Monthly meetings: Monday, January 18 @ 10:00am, Thursday, February 11 @ 4:00pm 

Sign up now: https://www.bit.ly/wgswinterbc 

 

Martha S. Jones Book Talk and Q&A – 12/2

Book Talk flyer in red and yellow featuring photograph of author and cover of book (event details reproduced below)

Martha S. Jones Virtual Book Talk and Q&A – December 2, 2020 at 5:30pm on Zoom

Join WGS, the Avery Center, CofC Libraries, African American Studies, History, HSS, and Political Science for this special virtual book talk with author Dr. Martha S. Jones! In this conclusion to this semester’s book club and read-a-long of Dr. Jones’s book, Vanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won the Vote, and Insisted on Equality For All, Dr. Jones will join us for a virtual discussion and Q&A over Zoom.

Pre-register for the Zoom event here: https://bit.ly/jonesbooktalk

“How NOT to Blow Up the Holidays: Learn to Avoid Food Fights & Keep the Peace with WGS” – 11/23

Holiday themed event flyer with flying foods surrounding the text (reproduced below)

Join WGS next Monday, 11/23 from 3:00-4:00 on Zoom for a special event to learn strategies to navigate difficult socio-political discussions with you fami8ly members over the holidays. Facilitated by Vivian Appler (THTR), Kris De Welde (WGS), Melissa Hughes (BIO), and Julia McReynolds Pérez (SOCY/ANTH).

Join us on zoom: bit.ly/wgsholidays
Passcode: 488512

“WGS in the Garden” with the Student Advisory Committee – 11/18 @ 5-7pm

WGS in the Garden event flyer featuring a bright blue sky, picket fence, and birds - text reproduced below

Join the WGS Student Advisory Committee for WGS in the Garden – a special, socially distant meet-and-greet event for WGS majors and minors. Get connected and enjoy the atmosphere of Stern gardens with kindred spirits in WGS on Wednesday, 11/18 from 5-7pm.

10/28 – T.E.A. with WGS: From Past to Present: Teaching Problematic Disciplinary Scholars

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October 28 @ 3:00-4:30 – T.E.A. with WGS: From Past to Present: Teaching Problematic Disciplinary ScholarsJoin WGS for the latest T.E.A. (Teaching to Engage and Activate) workshop, facilitated by Vivian Appler (Theater & Dance), Kris De Welde (WGS), Hollis France (Political Science), Chris Korey (Biology), and Lisa Young (English). Open to all faculty! See attachment for more info!  

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