Join us for a day of presentations and performances exploring women’s issues and struggles in American culture. Can’t stay all day? Come and go as your schedule permits.
In the century since suffrage, women’s roles—even the very definition of “woman”—have continuously evolved. Join scholars, artists, and activists from the Wright State community and beyond as they share research and practice on an array of issues related to this evolution, including power-based violence, legal assistance for sex trafficking victims, the sexual revolution, the contributions of Angela Davis and Gloria Anzaldua, #MeToo, and “hidden figures” in the STEMM community.
Supported by CELIA, as part of this year’s program, Rising: Women in American Culture since Suffrage, this event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.