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March 2014

Monday, March 24th, 7:30 pm, James Hall Memorial Gallery, Butler College

Resisterectomy Reception and Artist Talk with Chase Joynt

Artist Chase Joynt will speak about his gallery installation, which juxtaposes the narrative of trans surgeries with cancer surgeries – mastectomy and hysterectomy – organized in relation to different modes of telling and embodiment.  Sponsored by the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, Butler College, the Society of Fellows, the LGBT Center, and the Women’s Center.


Tuesday, March 25th, 7 pm, Friend Center 004

(Re)Presenting Trans Film Screening and Discussion

Multimedia artist Chase Joynt presents his latest film alongside projects by other queer and trans video makers.  Join us in exploring the ways in which stories about gender-non-conforming people are told.  Visit gss.princeton.edu for more information.  Sponsored by the Program in Gender and Sexuality studies, Butler College, the Society of Fellows, the LGBT Center, and Women's Center. 


Friday, March 28th, 12 - 1:30 pm, Women's Center, Frist 243

Workshop: Develop Your Personal Mission Session 3

Come for the third and final meeting of the series to share your journey in self-discovery .  We will reinforce the foundation for developing a personal mission by identifying our strengths, values, and passions.


Wednesday, April 2nd, 8 - 9 pm, Rocky Mathey Theater

Hour of Power: A Conversation with Nan Keohane

Nan Keohane chaired the Princeton Steering Committee on Undergraduate Women’s Leadership (SCUWL), which released a thought-provoking report in March 2011.  One significant finding of the committee was that  undergraduate women at Princeton are actively involved in running campus organizations, but are much less likely than men to pursue high profile leadership positions and other awards. The Princeton Women’s Mentorship Program was born out of the Steering Committee’s recommendation to increase mentorship opportunities for women.  Keohane has been at Princeton teaching in WWS since 2005, and was previously president of Duke University and Wellesley College. RSVP to Princeton Women's Mentorship Program.


Friday, April 4th, 2 - 4 pm, Whitman College PDR (Rectangular)

Feminist Contemplative Practice with Ouyporn Khuankaew

In this workshop we will explore ways of holding spirituality and feminist practice in our daily lives.  Ouyporn Khuankaew is a feminist Buddhist activist from Thailand.  She facilitates workshops on feminist counseling, sexuality and anti-oppression, peace building, and nonviolent direct action.  Ouyporn works regularly with Thai NGO and government workers, and leads workshops internationally.  Sponsored by the LGBT Center, in collaboration with Butler College, Carl A. Fields Center, UHS Counseling and Psychological Services, Forbes College, Mathey College, Office of Disability Services, Office of Religious Life, Rockefeller College, Whitman College Wilson College, and Women's Center.

 


Tuesday, April 8th, 6 - 7:30 pm, Carl A Fields Center, 58 Prospect

Queering the Colorline Family Dinner

This is a welcoming and supportive space for LGBTQA students, staff, and faculty of color to meet and hang out. Drop in and have dinner, which is provided by the Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center. Sponsored by the Carl A. Fields Center, Frist Programs Office, LGBT Center, and Women’s Center


Friday, April 11th, 2 - 4 pm, Frist Campus Center, Room 309

Active Allyship: Disrupting Racism Workshop

Want to learn practical ways to address and dismantle racism in your daily life? Come learn to strengthen your allyship with Tennille Haynes, Director of the Carl A. Fields Center, and Matthew Armstead, trainer with Training for Change, and former Princeton LGBT Center Program Coordinator. Open to all students. Registration is required: tinyurl.com/activeallyship. Sponsored by the LGBT Center in collaboration with Butler College, Carl A. Fields Center, Counseling and Psychological Services, Forbes College, Mathey College, the Office of Disability Services, Office of Religious Life, Rockefeller College, Whitman College, Wilson College, and the Women’s Center.


Friday, April 18th, 7pm, Butler Amphiteater

Take Back the Night Rally

On this night we come together as a campus community to support survivors of sexual and intimate partner violence among us. This is an annual event celebrated in communities around the world. Sponsored by SHARE, the LGBT Center, and the Women’s Center.


Tuesday, April 22, 7 pm, Richardson Auditorium

Redefining Success with Arianna Huffington and Anne Marie Slaughter

In her new book Thrive, Arianna Huffington makes an impassioned case for the need to redefine what it means to be successful in today's world.  Join Huffington and Anne Marie Slaughter for a conversation exploring our measures of success.  Book-signing in the Richardson Green Room to follow. This is a cost-free ticketed event for the Princeton University community.  One ticket per student with PUID, Up to 2 tickets for staff and faculty with PUID.  Tickets will be available through the University Ticketing Office beginning on Monday, April 14.  Sponsored by the Women's Center.