A Day Without a Woman at Gustavus Adolphus College
Wednesday, March 8

On International Women's Day, March 8th, we invite women, trans-identified people, and our allies will act together for equity, justice and the human rights of women and all gender-oppressed people, through a one-day demonstration of solidarity.

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Past events
Date Event
Mar 10 78:30 p.m. Itâ€(tm)s All a Border: Reporting and Representation in the Margins  - 2020 Moe Lecture Eckhoff Alumni Hall
79 p.m. Moe Lecture - by Aura Bogado Hall
Mar 27, 2019 57 p.m. Invited Talk: Racism as Misandric Aggression Hall, Room 103
Oct 29, 2018 78:30 p.m. Teach In: 1968 A Legacy of Protest Hall

Moe Visiting Lecture in Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

The Moe Visiting Lectureship was endowed by Robert and Karin Moe in honor of their daughter, Kris Burke Moe, class of 1984. This lectureship had become a signature event in the Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies program at Gustavus. It has afforded us the opportunity to bring top feminist scholars from the fields of Biology, English, Nursing, Philosophy, History, and Theatre to Gustavus. It has been invaluable in attracting students from a number of different disciplines to our program.

2012 Jackson Katz Independent Filmmaker and Author
2010 Drucilla K. Barker University of California (Anthropology)
2008 Anne Fausto-Sterling Brown University (Biologist)
2006 Angela Davis University of California, Santa Cruz (Philosophy)
2004 Lourdes Portillo Independent Film Maker
2003 Verona Gordon University of Minnesota (Nursing)
2002 Jacqueline Royster The Ohio State University (English/Composition)
2001 Anita Gonzalez Conneticut College (Theatre)
2000 Margaret Simons University of South Illinois (Philosophy)