|Women's Center topics: 50 Shades of Gray, women and AIDS|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 02 November 2013 09:27|
The Fall 2013 Brown Bag speaker series at the Women's Center at Bowling Green State University continues on Wednesday, with five more presentations slated for the remainder of the semester.
Each program runs from noon to 1 p.m. in the center, 107 Hanna Hall. Those attending may bring a lunch if they wish.
On Wednesday Samantha Martin will discuss "Shifting Perceptions: Cross-Cultural Service Learning on the Navajo Nation" in recognition of American Indian Heritage Month.
• Nov. 13 - "'We Aim to Please:' Fifty Shades of Grey as Cultural Phenomenon" by presenter Brittany Knisely, Popular Culture.
• Nov. 20 - "Race, Gender and Visibility at Predominantly White Liberal Arts Colleges, 1945-1965" by Dr. Dafina Stewart, Higher Education and Student Affairs.
• Dec. 4 - "Voices of Women Affected by HIV/AIDS." This will be a panel discussion facilitated by Betsy Bunner, an AIDS education director with Health and Human Services, in recognition of World AIDS Day.
• Dec. 11 - "A History of Sisterhood: Sororities, Their Founders and Our Values." Presenters will be Ellen Lassiter Collier, Higher Education and Student Affairs, and Haley Seeley, College Student Personnel.
All sessions are free and open to the public.
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