Women’s History Month

March 1

William Johnson, Diarist: Concepts of Race and Class in Our Understanding of Old Natchez

Description: Southern Studies Brown Bag with Kathleen Bond

Hosted by the Center for the Study of Southern Culture

12pm, Tupelo Room, Barnard Observatory

 

SarahTalk #1 – Women Creating Community Through Food: intersectionality and entrepreneurship

Hosted by the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies

4pm, Lamar 320

March 2

Performance by Camille A. Brown

Hosted by the Ford Center, the Ole Miss Student Union, and the Center for Inclusion & Cross Cultural Engagement

Description: Prolific choreographer explores history and the modern Black perspective through dance

7:30pm, Ford Center

 

March 7

Women’s Empowerment Keynote Address

Presented by Susan L. Taylor

6pm, Fulton Chapel

March 8

SarahTalk #2 – Women’s March Round Table

Description: Oxonians who attended the Women’s March in Washington, D. C. discuss their experiences and what it means for our local community.

Hosted by the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies

6pm, Powerhouse Community Arts Center

 

March 22

SarahTalk #3 – Teaching Tolerance: Student Attitudes Toward Sexual Difference

Description: Dr. Lainey Day (Biology), Dr. Kate Kellum (Psychology/IREP), and Yash Bhambhani (Psychology Ph.D. Candidate) will present on their research project that attempts to discover the cause of attitude shifts on sexual difference.

Hosted by the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies

4pm, Lamar 320

 

March 23rd and 26th

Hidden Figures

Hosted by the Student Activities Association

TBD

 

The 17th Annual Isom Student Gender Conference

March 29-31st, University Depot

March 29

Ashly Burch

Hosted by the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies

6pm, 1000 Thad Cochran Research Center

 

March 30

Juliana Huxtable

Hosted by the Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies

6pm, Ford Center Studio Theatre