Women's influence on history to be highlighted
To recognize women's contributions in history, March is Women's Heritage Month.
On March 1, Audrey D. Johnson will present "Shakespeare had a Sister: Virginia Woolf and the Re-Imagining of Women's History," as part of the 2006 Women's Heritage Lecture Series. Johnson, who is from Washington State University, Pullman, Wash., will speak in the Student Union Conference Center, 7-9 p.m.
Bethany Andreasen, associate professor of history, will discuss "Women in North Dakota History" on March 5 in the Aleshire Theater, 2 p.m. Barbara Handy-Marchello, professor emeritus at the University of North Dakota, will present "Carrying Half: Rural Women in North Dakota" March 20 in Aleshire Theater, 7:30 p.m. And, Michelle Sauer, associate professor of English, will discuss "Premodern Lesbians and the Lesbian Premodern: Woman-Woman Eroticism before 1700 CE" March 29 in Aleshire Theater, 7 p.m. A women's heritage poster session by Minot State University faculty and staff will be held April 2 in the Student Union atrium, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Admission to these events is free and open to the public.
Event Schedule: www.minotstateu.edu/women