Black Voices Uninterrupted: The Landscape of Black Podcasting
Virtual lecture with Briana Barner
Wednesday, March 3, 4-5 p.m.
Podcasting is a growing medium for consuming news, opinion, and entertainment. How have Black podcasts, and specifically Black feminist podcasts, created a home for themselves in the podcasting landscape? What opportunities does podcasting present for Black creators and commentators?
Feminist Chat Friday: Feminism & Farming
Open-Ended Discussion with Professor Shannon Ivey (Dramatic Media), Dr. Kathleen Seal (Geography), and Professor Amelia Koford (Women’s Studies)
Friday, March 5
What role do women play in agriculture around the world, and how do they organize themselves to have more power over agricultural and environmental technologies and decisions? What has Professor Ivey learned from her experience starting a farm this year? What connections can we make between women, farming, environment, and food?
Feminist Chat Friday: Caregiving, Gender, & Mental Health During COVID-19
Open-Ended Discussion with Dr. Marlene Moriarity (Counseling Services), Dr. Cecilia Trinidad (Department of Nursing), and Professor Amelia Koford (Women's Studies)
Friday, March 12
Millions of women in the United States do caregiving work, including both paid and unpaid care of children, elders, and people with illness or injury. How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the mental health of caregivers, and how can nurses, mothers and fathers, and other caregivers care for their own health during the pandemic?
Women's History Virtual Lotería
Wednesday, March 24
RSVP on Connect@TLU
Join us for an evening of Women's History Virtual Lotería, with cards designed by Dr. Jennifer Mata's Introduction to Women's Studies class. Co-sponsored by the Center for Women's Studies and the Mexican American Student Association (MASA). Get inspired by women's history while trying your luck at Lotería. Winners will receive prizes! RSVP on Connect@TLU at least 24 hours in advance so you can receive your personal tabla board via email.
In addition to the planned schedule of events, faculty, staff, and students are also encouraged to visit Bulldog Cinema to access a wide range of films in honor of Women's History Month. Please note that Bulldog Cinema can only be viewed on campus from a computer or television in residence halls.