April 08, 1990

9th Annual Gender Studies Symposium

Gender and the Politics of Change
April 8-11, 1990

All events are held in Templeton College Center or Fir Acres Theatre.

Sunday, April 8, 1990

7:30 P.M. Council Chamber: Reception to follow in Dubach
Poetry Reading: Secrets from the Center of the World
Jay Harjo.

Monday, April 9

9-10:25 A.M., Council Chamber
Cinematic Representations of Gender (media presentation).

10:30-11:55 A.M., Council Chamber
Gender and Pedagogy (panel)

10:30-11:55 A.M., Thayer
International Perspectives I (panel)

Noon-12:55 P.M., Council Chamber
Panel: Teaching Northwest Women’s History.

Noon-12:55 P.M., Thayer
Gender and Pedagogy II (panel)

Noon-12:55 P.M., Stamm
Shared Readings (Sponsored by the Women Writer’s Circle)

Noon-12:55 P.M., Black Box, Fir Acres Theatre
Gay Theatre History (theatre presentation)

1-2:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Women’s Participation in Popular Movements in Central America (media presentation)

1-2:25 P.M., Stamm
Fear of the Same: Exploring Honophobia (performance/discussion)

2:30-3:25 P.M., Thayer
Gender and Pedagogy III (panel)

2:30-3:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Myths and Paradigms in Literature (panel)

3:30-5 P.M., Council Chamber
Science, Technology and Gender I (panel)

3:30-5 P.M., Thayer
Women’s Orientation and Leadership: The Changing Face of American Religious Life (panel)

7:30 p.m., Council Chamber, Reception to follow in Dubach
The Promise and the Challenge of the Women’s Vote
Irene Natividad .

Tuesday, April 10

9-10:25 A.M., Thayer
Theory and Praxis I (panel)

9-10:25 A.M., Council Chamber
Gender Images in the Mass Media (media presentation)

10:30-11:55 A.M., Council Chamber
Questions of Gender in Early English Literature (panel)

10:30-11:55 A.M., Thayer
International Perspectives II (panel)

Noon-12:55 P.M., Gray
Teaching about Men (curriculum workshop) Bruce Nordstrom

Noon-12:55 P.M., Thayer
Women in Latin America (panel)

Noon-12:55 P.M., Stamm
When We Talk About Rape (panel)

1:00-2:25 P.M., Council Chamber
The Impact of Politicizing Reproductive Rights (panel)

1:00-2:25 P.M., Thayer
Feminist Issues: Historical and Rhetorical Perspecitves (panel)

2:30-3:25 P.M., Thayer
New Feminist Perspectives on Rhetoric (panel)

2:30-3:25 P.M., Black Box, Fir Acres Theatre
Reclaiming the Body (workshop) Conducted by Barbara Loeb

2:30-3:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Telling the Story: Narrative Politics in the South African Novel (panel)

3:30-4:30 P.M., Council Chamber
Visiting Fulbright Scholars’ Program (panel)

4:30-5:30 P.M., Thayer
The Lewis & Clark Gender Studies Program (discussion)

7:30 p.m., Council Chamber, Reception to follow in Dubach
Male Responsibility
Michael Cross

Wednesday, April 11

9-10:25 A.M., Council Chamber
Science, Technology and Gender II (panel)

9-10:25 A.M., Thayer
Sexual Violence Against Women Finding and Channeling our Anger (panel)

10:30-11:55 A.M., Council Chamber
Language and Representation (panel)

10:30-11:55 A.M., Thayer
Women and the Law (panel)

Noon-12:55 P.M., Thayer
Women in the Media Serving a Broader Social Agenda (workshop)
Conducted by Jean Fuller Anderson

Noon-12:55 P.M., Council Chamber
Women in the Philippines (media presentation)

Noon-12:55 P.M., Grey
The Non-Traditional Student (panel)

1-2:25 P.M., Thayer
Theory and Praxis II (panel)

1-2:25 P.M., Council Chamber
Political Strategies for Gay & Lesbian Rights (panel)

2:30-3:25 P.M., Council Chamber
International Perspectives III (panel)

2:30-3:25 P.M., Thayer
Literature, Narrative, and Space (panel)

3:30 P.M., Council Chamber
Film Presentation. Award-winning feminist films presented by Sara Halprin

7:30 P.M., Council Chamber
Workshop: Pornography: A Practice of Inequality.

Art Exhibits (on display throughout the symposium). Stamm.
Art works by Feryal Abbast Ghnaim, traditional Palestinian artist, Luthera Stone, Oregon contemporary multi-media artist, “Voices of the Children,” MADRE, children of Central America, ages 5 to 12, Phyllis Yes, professor of art, Lewis & Clark, Lewis & Clark students Gretchen Bischel, Lisa Fenton, Michele Wilcox, and John Farnsworth, and others. Faculty curator and Symposium Director: Joanne Mulcahy. Student curator:
Laura Graves.

For Additional Information:

Gender Studies Program
Lewis & Clark College
0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd.
Portland, Oregon 97219
Phone: 503/768-7381 or 768-7416

Sponsors: Visiting Fulbright Scholars and Occasional Lectures Program of the Council for the International Exchange of Scholars, Lewis & Clark Cultural Arts Committee, Gender Studies Program, Student Academic Affairs Board, Associated Students of Lewis & Clark, Chaplain’s Office, and Students in Solidarity with Central American People.

Lewis & Clark College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, national origin, or physical in its educational programs, activites or employment policies, in keeping with the letter and spirit of all equal opportunity and civil rights laws.