CSUF News and Information
News Front
Browse by Topic
University News
Awards & Honors
CSUF in the News
In the Community
Titan Sports
Calendars & Events
Faculty Experts Guide
News Photos
News Contacts
Press Kit
Faculty / Staff Directory
Image Library
Get News by E-mail
Contact Info


University News

Transforming Voices - Women’s History Month 2003


March 05, 2003 :: No.163

The Women’s History Month celebration at Cal State Fullerton is jam-packed with activities during the month of March. The scheduled events will conclude with an April campus visit by Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-California). All events are on campus and open to the public.

Wednesday, March 5
10 a.m. Women & Peace: Celebrating International Women’s Day
Panel of international women activists:
Elahe Amani and Rucha Tadwalker, Coalition of Women from Asia & the Middle East
Roseli Ilano, Committee for Human Rights
Suemyra Shah of United Nations Youth Summit
Bahar Mirhosseini, American Arab Anti Discrimination Committee
Fida Shafee, UNRWA
Location: Pollak Library, Room 130
11:30 a.m. “Give Peace A Chance”
Rally sponsored by the International Student Coalition for the Advancement of Women’s Rights
Location: Quad
7 p.m. Transforming Voices: Women Poets
Poetry reading by local women poets:
Mifanwy Kaiser of Aliso Viejo, Marcia Cohee, Peggy Hartigan of Huntington Beach, Nan Greer of Newport Beach, and Helen Jaskoski, CSUF professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics
Location: Pollak Library, Room 130
Tuesday, March 11
2 p.m. Ms. Magazine: A Conversation
Speaker: Tracy Woods, editor and Fullerton resident
Location: Pollak Library, Room 130
Wednesday, March 12
Noon “Why Gender Matters”
Speaker: Judith Rosener, Graduate School of Management, UC Irvine
Location: Pollak Library, Room 130
7 p.m. Recent poems from “In the Language of Sapphires”
Speaker: Stacy Dyson, performance artist
Location: University Hall, Room 205
Friday, March 14
1 p.m. Meeting, Knowing and Using Feminist Pedagogy in the College Classroom:
A Faculty Development Center Teaching and Learning Seminar
Speaker: Dawn L. Anderson, assistant professor of secondary education, CSUF
Location: Pollak Library, Room 44F
2, 6:30 &10 p.m. “A Piece of My Heart”
CSUF production of Shirley Lauro’s play about women in Vietnam
Performances staged March 14-23.
Location: Arena Theatre of the Performing Arts Center
Tuesday, March 18
7 p.m. “The FCC Doesn’t Like Revolutionary Hip-Hop Thighs”
Speaker: Kimberly Springer, Black Studies, Portland State University
Location: Humanities-Social Sciences Building, Room 521
Wednesday, March 19
6:30 p.m. “Transforming Voices: Changing Lives”
A panel of successful women’s studies alumnae:
Briseyda Romero of Beverly Hills, Feminist Majority Foundation
Kerrin Cardwell of Monrovia, Project Access, Fullerton
Erica Tumbaga of Fullerton, Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking
Patti Gantes or Orange, marriage and family therapist
Laura Barrios of Rowland Heights, second-year law student at Rutgers University
Location: University Hall, Room 205
Thursday, March 20
8 a.m.-7 p.m. Transforming Voices: Gender Research at CSUF
A daylong conference organized by Gayle Brunelle, CSUF professor of history
Location: Pollak Library, Room 130
Friday, March 21
  Women in Tradition
Margaret Mead Film Festival sponsored by
CSUF Anthropology Student Association
Sunday, March 23
6:30 p.m. “A … My Name is Alice”
Theatre outing sponsored by the Faculty Development Center
Location: Arena Theatre, Performing Arts Center
Tuesday, March 25
7 p.m. “Ida B. Wells: A Passion for Justice”
Speaker: Natalie M. Fousekis, CSUF assistant professor of history
Location: Pollak Library, Room 130
Thursday, March 27
10 a.m. “Crossing Over: Women of Color, Feminism and Radical Visions for Transformation”
Speaker: AnaLouise Keating,Women’s Studies, Texas Women’s University
Location: Pollak Library, Room 130
All Day “Transforming Voices: women@work, works by women”
Women’s Listening Room event
Location: Michalsky Computer Resource Center, CSUF Performing Arts Center

Sponsors of Women’s History Month are: Women’s Studies, Women’s Center, Pollak Library, Multicultural Leadership Center, Women’s Studies Student Association, Humanities and Social Sciences Interclub Council, History, International Student Coalition for the Advancement of Women’s Rights, Faculty Development Center, Music and the Anthropology Student Association.

Media Contacts: Renae M. Bredin, associate professor of the women’s studies program,
at 657-278-3742 or rbredin@fullerton.edu
Susan Katsaros of Public Affairs at 657-278-4854 or skatsaros@fullerton.edu

« back to University News



Go View News by Date
browse 2003
browse 2002

Produced by the Office of Public Affairs at California State University, Fullerton. Contact the web administrator for comments and problems with the website.
California State University, Fullerton 2003. All Rights Reserved.