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Women's History Month 2013

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February 23
8:00pm

V-Day: The Vagina Monologues
Hubbell Auditorium, Hutchinson Hall

Presented by University of Rochester Women's Caucus and cosponsored by the Susan B. Anthony Center for Women's Leadership and the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women's Studies. Tickets available at the Common Market and at the door. Students: $5. Faculty, staff, and community: $7.


March 1
4:00-5:30pm
WiSTEE@UR Launch Event
(Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Entrepreneurship)
Faculty Club, Meliora Restaurant

WiSTEE will introduce its vision, missions, and upcoming events. A networking reception will follow. WiSTEE's vision is to promote women's leadership in science, technology, engineering, and entrepreneurship and to provide a forum to learn, connect, and lead. Bring your business cards and good ideas for monthly meetings! http://www.rochester.edu/diversity/affinity/wistee/

March 1
5:00-6:30pm

SBAI Graduate Conference20th Annual Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender & Women’s Studies International Graduate Student Research Conference: “Women in Labor: Gendering (Re)Production.” Hawkins-CarlsonRoom, Rush Rhees Library

Free and open to the public. For more information: sbai@rochester.edu. Sponsored by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender & Women’s Studies, the Susan B. Anthony Center for Women’s Leadership, the Program in Visual & Cultural Studies, the Program in Film & Media Studies, the Department of Art & Art History, the Department of English, the Warner School of Education, the Frederick Douglass Institute, the Graduate Organizing Group, the Department of History, the Department of Modern Languages & Cultures, the Department of Musicology (Eastman School of Music).

March 2
10:15am-5:00pm

20th Annual Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender & Women’s Studies International Graduate Student Research Conference: “Women in Labor: Gendering (Re)Production.”
Hawkins-CarlsonRoom, Rush Rhees Library

Free and open to the public. For more information: sbai@rochester.edu. Sponsored by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender & Women’s Studies, the Susan B. Anthony Center for Women’s Leadership, the Program in Visual & Cultural Studies, the Program in Film & Media Studies, the Department of Art & Art History, the Department of English, the Warner School of Education, the Frederick Douglass Institute, the Graduate Organizing Group, the Department of History, the Department of Modern Languages & Cultures, the Department of Musicology (Eastman School of Music).

March 2
1:15-2:15pm

Susan B. Anthony Address: “Work, Profit, and Care: Some Reflections from Feminist Economics”
Hawkins-Carlson Room, Rush Rhees Library

Julie A. Nelson, Professor and Chair, Department of Economics, University of Massachusetts, and Editor, Feminist Economics. Free and open to the public. For more information: sbai@rochester.edu. Sponsored by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender & Women’s Studies, the Susan B. Anthony Center for Women’s Leadership, the Program in Visual & Cultural Studies, the Program in Film & Media Studies, the Department of Art & Art History, the Department of English, the Warner School of Education, the Frederick Douglass Institute, the Graduate Organizing Group, the Department of History, the Department of Modern Languages & Cultures, the Department of Musicology (Eastman School of Music).

March 5
7:00pm

Love Your Body dance workshop
O’Brien Dance Studio

Free and open to University of Rochester students. Co-sponsored by University of Rochester Women’s Caucus and Sihir Belly Dancing Ensemble. For more information contact Brianna Isaacson at bisaacs2@u.rochester.edu.

March 8
9:00-4:00pm

Int'l Women's DayAnnual International Women’s Day Historic Field Trip: Matilda Joslyn Gage Home (Fayetteville, NY)

Annual International Women’s Day Historic Field Trip sponsored by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women’s Studies and the Program in American Studies. Trip is free for University of Rochester students, faculty, staff, and community. Lunch and transportation are included. Email sbai@rochester.edu for more information and to reserve your spot.

March 15
5:30-8:30pm

Dr. Roxanne ManningRetreat for Women of Color
(Women & Race: Healing the Wounds We Inflict Upon Each Other)

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School

Dr.Roxanne Manning has helped participants from five continents deepen their understanding of Nonviolent Communication and learn how to more effectively share it with their communities. Dinner Provided. To register and for more information: sthomps1@rochester.rr.comor (585) 463-3266. Donations to cover food and travel costs by Dr. Manning willbe requested.  Sponsored by the M.K.Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence.

March 16
10:00am-5:00pm

Retreat for Women of Color
(Women & Race: Healing the Wounds We Inflict Upon Each Other)

Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School

Day two. Lunch Provided. Donations to cover food and travel costs by Dr. Manning will be requested. To register and for more information: sthomps1@rochester.rr.com or (585) 463-3266. Sponsored by the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence.

March 17
1:30-5:30pm

Connecting Across Differences
(Women & Race: Healing the Wounds We Inflict Upon Each Other)

Asbury First United Methodist Church (1050 East Avenue, Rochester)

To register and for more information: sthomps1@rochester.rr.com or (585) 463-3266. Sponsored by the M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence.

March 19
8:00pm

Women’s Caucus Meeting featuring VOX (Voices for Planned Parenthood)
Ruth Merill Center, Wilson Commons

Free and open to all. Contact Brianna Isaacson at bisaacs2@u.rochester.edu for more information.

March 21
5:00pm

Susan B. Anthony and the Sonic World, presented by Dean L. Root, Director and Fletcher Hodges, Jr. Curator of the Center for American Music, University of Pittsburgh.
Welles Brown Room, Rush Rhees Library
Free and open to the public. Email sbai@rochester.edu for more information. Cosponsored by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender & Women’s Studies and the Humanities Project.

March 22
7:00pm

The Invisible WarWomen & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: The Invisible War
Film series presented by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender& Women's Studies at the University of Rochester, The Little Theatre, and WXXI. All Films shown at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue Rochester, NY. $5 Admission. 

March 23
11:00am
Women & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: Salaam Dunk
Film series presented by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender& Women's Studies at the University of Rochester, The Little Theatre, and WXXI. All Films shown at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue Rochester, NY. $5 Admission.   
March 23
1:00pm
Women & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: The Boxing Girls of Kabul
Film series presented by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender& Women's Studies at the University of Rochester, The Little Theatre, and WXXI. All Films shown at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue Rochester, NY. $5 Admission. Co-sponsored by the Rochester Chapter of the National Organization for Women 
March 23
7:00pm

Women & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: Miss Representation
Film series presented by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender& Women's Studies at the University of Rochester, The Little Theatre, and WXXI. All Films shown at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue Rochester, NY. $5 Admission. Co-sponsored by St. John Fisher College

March 24
1:00pm

Women & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: Oma and Bella
Film series presented by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender& Women's Studies at the University of Rochester, The Little Theatre, and WXXI. All Films shown at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue Rochester, NY. $5 Admission. Co-sponsored by the Rochester Jewish Film Festival.

March 24
7:00pm

Pink SarisWomen & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: Pink Saris
Film series presented by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender& Women's Studies at the University of Rochester, The Little Theatre, and WXXI. All Films shown at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue Rochester, NY. $5 Admission. Talk Back with experts immediately following in the film.

March 25
12:00-1:00pm

Women in Music FestivalWomen in Music Festival: Noontime Concert
Festival’s Opening Concert, Noon
Main Hall, ESM  (entrance on Gibbs Street)
Directions & Parking for ESM

March 25
4:30-6:30pm
RIT
Maya AngelouAn Evening with Maya Angelou: Part of the Women's Month Celebration at RIT
Presented by the Rochester Institute of Technology, Office for Diversity & Inclusion in collaboration with: RIT  E. Philip Saunders College of Business, College of Liberal Arts Center for Campus Life, College of Imaging Arts & Sciences
Promotional Sponsor:103.9 WDKX and Women For Women
Admission is free, but registration is required. For more details and to register online, visit: http://www.rit.edu/diversity/womens-month-celebration-rit
March 25
7:00pm

Women & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: Wonder Woman! The Untold Story of American Super Heroines
Film series presented by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender& Women's Studies at the University of Rochester, The Little Theatre, and WXXI. All Films shown at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue Rochester, NY. $5 Admission. Presented by WXXI Community Cinema

March 25-29

2013 Reproductive Justice Week

Sponsored by Vox and Women’s Caucus. For more information contact VOX Liaison/Advocacy: Erika Howard at ehoward6@u.rochester.edu.

March 26
12:00-1:00pm

Women in Music FestivalWomen in Music Festival: Noontime Concert
Wilmot Hall, Nazareth College, 12:15 pm

Directions & Location for Nazareth
(Once on the page, scroll down then click on “Map & Direction”)

March 26
7:00pm

Women & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: The Price of Sex
Film series presented by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender& Women's Studies at the University of Rochester, The Little Theatre, and WXXI. All Films shown at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue Rochester, NY. $5 Admission. Talk Back with experts immediately following the film.

March 26
7:00pm

Women in Music FestivalWomen in Music Festival: Evening Event

Dana Suesse:  The Girl Gershwin
Tony Caramia, piano

Hatch Recital Hall– 7:00 pm
Directions & Parking for ESM

March 27
12:00-1:00pm

Women in Music FestivalWomen in Music Festival: Noontime Concert
Sproull Atrium, Miller Center, Noon
ESM  (entrance on Gibbs Street, same as Max’s Restaurant)
Directions & Parking for ESM

March 27
7:00pm

Women & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: Water Children
Film series presented by the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender& Women's Studies at the University of Rochester, The Little Theatre, and WXXI. All Films shown at the Little Theater, 240 East Avenue Rochester, NY. $5 Admission.

March 27
8:00pm

Women in Music FestivalWomen in Music Festival: Evening Event

Women in Music Festival at SUNY Geneseo
Wadsworth Auditorium, 8 pm
Directions for SUNY Geneseo

SUNY Geneseo Campus Map

March 28
12:15pm

Women in Music FestivalWomen in Music Festival: Noontime Concert
Eastman at Washington Square
First Universalist Church, 12:15 pm
Corner of South Clinton & Court Streets
Parking for First Universalist Church

March 28
7:00pm

Women & Power: 2013 Women's History Month Film Series: Women Make Poetry Night
Details TBA
Co-sponsored by Writers & Books

March 28
7:00pm

Women in Music FestivalWomen in Music Festival: Evening Concert
Hochstein School of Music & Dance Spotlight on Faculty Concert
Ensemble.TWENTY.21
Abra Bush, soprano
Performance Hall,  7:00 pm
Directions & Location for Hochstein

March 29
12:00-1:00pm

Women in Music FestivalWomen in Music Festival: Noontime Concert
Sproull Atrium, Miller Center, Noon
ESM  (entrance on Gibbs Street, same as Max’s Restaurant)
Directions & Parking for ESM

March 29
2:00pm

Enduring Voices: A Century of Women in Film
Room 428, Rush Rhees Library
Rosanna Arquette and Madonna in "Desperately Seeking Susan." Free.
Contact Heather Harkins at hharkins@z.rochester.edu for more information.

March 30
2:00pm

Women in Music FestivalWomen in Music Festival: Evening Event
Greater Rochester Women’s Philharmonic
Nancy Strelau, conductor
Bonita Boyd, flute
Timothy Lee, violin;  Emlyn Johnson & Johanna Gruskin, flute
Eastman School of Music, Kilbourn Hall, 2:00 pm
Directions & Parking for ESM

March 30
2:00pm

Rosie the RiveterEnduring Voices: A Century of Women in Film
Room 428, Rush Rhees Library
“The Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter.” Free.
Contact Heather Harkins at hharkins@z.rochester.edu for more information.

March 31
2:00pm

Enduring Voices: A Century of Women in Film
Room 428, Rush Rhees Library
Marie Dressler and Charlie Chaplin in the silent comedy classic “Tillie’s Punctured Romance” with live musical accompaniment. Free.
Contact Heather Harkins at hharkins@z.rochester.edu for more information.


Calendar coordinated by the Susan B. Anthony Center for Women’s Leadership, the Susan B. Anthony Institute for Gender and Women’s Studies and the Office for Faculty Development and Diversity.

 

To view events from previous years:

Women's History Month 2012

Women's History Month 2011

Women's History Month 2010