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Wednesday, February 26, 4:30PM, Charleston Carnegie Public Library
Living History Project Premiere Presentation
(Refreshments to be offered at event)


Friday, February 28, 7:30PM, Tarble Arts Center Atrium
Elaine Fine and John David Moore play a concert of violin and piano music written by women.
Performance featuring music by Florence B. Price, Clara Kathleen Rogers, Emilie Mayer, and Amanda Maier.
Co-sponsored by the Tarble Arts Center

Monday, March 3, 5:30PM, Doudna Fine Arts Center Lecture Hall
Performance Poetry by Patricia Smith (followed by book signing)

Tuesday, March 4, 11:30AM, Roberson Auditorium- Lumpkin Hall
Presentation by Barbara Baurer: "Smart Money, Smart Women"
(Refreshments and prizes to be offered during event)
Co-sponsored by Lumpkin College of Business, Literacy in Financial Education Center, and Women Exploring Business and Technology at EIU

Tuesday, March 4, 5:00PM, 1895 Room- Martin Luther King, Jr. University Union
Faculty Panel~ "Gut Feelings: Exploring Gender and Emotions"
Format: TED-Style Ten Minute Talks
(Refreshments to be offered during event) 

Saturday, March 15, 10:00AM, Tarble Arts Center Brainard Gallery
Global Threads: International Folk Art Textiles Opens
(Exhibit to run through May 18, 2014)
Sponsored by the Tarble Arts Center

Monday, March 17, 3:00PM, Roberson Auditorium- Lumpkin Hall
Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival: 
Film Screening: Service: When Women Come Marching Home

Tuesday, March 18, 3:30PM, Lecture Hall- Doudna Fine Arts Center
Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival: 
Film Screening: Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo

Tuesday, March 18, 7:00PM, Coleman Hall Auditorium
Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival: 
Film Screening: Refrigerator Mothers
(Screening followed by roundtable with Charleston Transitional Facility)

Wednesday, March 19, 4:00PM, Coleman Hall Auditorium
Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival: 
Screening of Film Festival entries from feminist filmmakers.
Co-sponsored by the Coles County Arts Council

Thursday, March 20, 7:00PM, 
Coleman Hall Auditorium

Central Illinois Feminist Film Festival:
Film Screening: Stories We Tell

Wednesday, March 26, 5:00PM, Lecture Hall- Doudna Fine Arts Center
Keynote Event: "The Last Walk: Caring for Our Animal Companions" with 
Jessica Pierce (University of Colorado Denver) 
(Reception to follow event, co-sponsored by UBoard)
Sponsored by Center for the Humanities.

Friday, March 28, 3:45PM, Buzzard Auditorium
“Reconciling and Reuniting the Nation: How Americans Have Remembered the Civil War” with Caroline Janney (Purdue University) 
Comment provided by Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz
Sponsored by History Department at EIU, Illinois State Historical Society, Booth Library, Coles County Historical Society, and Illinois State Genealogical Society.

Monday, March 31, 5:00PM, 7th Street Underground- Martin Luther King, Jr. University Union
Women’s Studies Annual Awards Ceremony
Featuring a musical performance by Motherlode
(Refreshments to be offered during event)

(Admission is free for all events)