Humanities and Social Sciences Events

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Women's and Gender Studies Club Meeting

Stapleton Library

Join the Women's and Gender Studies club every Tuesday night to discuss the WGS presence on campus and current issues happening in the world today!


The club meets in the basement on the couches next to the elevator.

Dr. Floerke Scheid of Duquesne University, will give a talk entitled, "Disrupting the False Peace: Christian Political Resistance from Jesus to Black Lives Matter.  For more information, see RLST news.

Wednesday, March 01, 2017

Society of Professional Journalists -- IUP chapter meeting

408 CHSS Building

Student Film Series: “Suffragette”

B10 Humanities and Social Sciences Building

Wednesday Workshop: APA

Eicher Hall, Room 218

APA sets the standard for style and documentation of sources in the social sciences, education, psychology, and other disciplines. It’s clean, cogent, and concise. See examples and get answers to your questions in this workshop.

Monday, March 06, 2017

Masculinity Monday

Monogahela Room, HUB

Come join the Haven Project for Masculinity Monday and learn how the world perceives what is masculine and was is not


For more information, contact the Haven Project at 724-357-3947 or email at haven-project@iup.edu

Tuesday, March 07, 2017

Women's and Gender Studies Club Meeting

Stapleton Library

Join the Women's and Gender Studies club every Tuesday night to discuss the WGS presence on campus and current issues happening in the world today!


The club meets in the basement on the couches next to the elevator.

Honduran Emerald Hummingbird Talk

Blue Spruce County Park Lodge

Fabiola Rodríguez to present on the Honduran Emrald

The Todd Bird Club is hosting the presentation on the Honduran Emerald, a hummingbird endemic to Honduras. Rodríguez’ talk will focus on balancing human development needs and conservation for the hummingbird. 

For more information see ToddBirdClub

Or visit, Todd Bird Club Newsletter

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Student Film Series: “The Twilight Zone”

B10 Humanities and Social Sciences Building

Honoring Our Own: Book Launch

University Museum

Join us in introducing two new books by members of the Women's and Gender Studies Faculty. Chat with the authors and learn about their journey in researching and writing.  


Chauna Craig - The Widow’s Guide to Edible Mushrooms

Melissa Swauger - Researching Children and Youth: Methodological Issues, Strategies, and Innovations

Friday, March 10, 2017

Pennsylvania College English Association Conference

IUP (Precise Locations TBA)

Serving English professionals since before 1970, the Pennsylvania College English Association (PCEA) provides a forum for the debate and discussion of ideas surrounding literature and literacy studies. It strives to promote and foster inquiry into our world as it is presented in literature of all genres. The PCEA also actively strives to give voice to those who endeavor to create new kinds of literacies. For more information about PCEA, including information about its annual conference, please visit the PCEA website at http://http://www.pcea.online/ .


The conference, aside from the Kill Shakespeare live performance (5:00p-6:30p on March 10) and keynote (7:00p on March 10) will be 8:30a-4:15p on Friday, March 10, and 9a-12:30p on Saturday, March 3.

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Pennsylvania College English Association Conference

IUP (Precise Locations TBA)

Serving English professionals since before 1970, the Pennsylvania College English Association (PCEA) provides a forum for the debate and discussion of ideas surrounding literature and literacy studies. It strives to promote and foster inquiry into our world as it is presented in literature of all genres. The PCEA also actively strives to give voice to those who endeavor to create new kinds of literacies. For more information about PCEA, including information about its annual conference, please visit the PCEA website at http://http://www.pcea.online/ .


The conference, aside from the Kill Shakespeare live performance and keynote, will be 8:30a-4:15p on Friday, March 10, and 9a-12:30p on Saturday, March 3.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Women's and Gender Studies Club Meeting

Stapleton Library

Join the Women's and Gender Studies club every Tuesday night to discuss the WGS presence on campus and current issues happening in the world today!


The club meets in the basement on the couches next to the elevator.

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Women's and Gender Studies Club Meeting

Stapleton Library

Join the Women's and Gender Studies club every Tuesday night to discuss the WGS presence on campus and current issues happening in the world today!


The club meets in the basement on the couches next to the elevator.

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

WGS Steering Committee Meeting

Conemaugh Room, HUB

Society of Professional Journalists -- IUP chapter meeting

408 CHSS Building

Student Film Series: “Paranorman”

B10 Humanities and Social Sciences Building

Friday, March 24, 2017

Feminist Friday

Room G60, Suites on Maple

Join the Haven Project and learn about what it is like to be a women in this day and age


For more information, contact the Haven Project at 724-357-3947 or email at haven-project@iup.edu

Saturday, March 25, 2017

Annual Get Down @ The Brown Journo-Palooza -- Society of Professional Journalists Fundraiser

The Brown Hotel, 101 N. 6th Street, Indiana, PA

Monday, March 27, 2017

Take Back the Night Table

Stapleton Library

In many situations, violence occurs at night, and, as a result, many women stay home out of fear. Every spring, the Haven Project coordinates its largest event with a gathering of several hundred people, including students, staff, faculty, and Indiana residents to take back the night! Visit the Haven Project table to learn more information about this amazing event on IUP campus. 


For more information, contact the Haven Project at 724-357-3947 or email at haven-project@iup.edu

Come and enjoy a talk by Nico Slate on his book Gandhi's Shadow: The Struggle to End Poverty in Rural India which focuses on sustainability efforts/issues and female empowerment. The talk should last for just under an hour, with time for Q and A. Light refreshments to follow in the lobby area outside HSS 225.


Nico Slate (Ph.D., Harvard, 2009) is Associate Professor of History at Carnegie Mellon University. He is also director of the Bajaj Rural Development Lab and the Social Change Semester.

His first book is Colored Cosmopolitanism: The Shared Struggle for Freedom in the United States and India (Harvard University Press, 2012)
His second book is The Prism of Race: W.E.B. Du Bois, Langston Hughes, Paul Robeson and the Colored World of Cedric Dover (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).
He also edited Black Power Beyond Borders (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013).

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Take Back the Night Sign Making Workshop

Room G60, Suites on Maple

In many situations, violence occurs at night, and, as a result, many women stay home out of fear. Every spring, the Haven Project coordinates its largest event with a gathering of several hundred people, including students, staff, faculty, and Indiana residents to take back the night! Play your part and join the Haven Project in creating signs for the big event.


For more information, contact the Haven Project at 724-357-3947 or email at haven-project@iup.edu

Women's and Gender Studies Club Meeting

Stapleton Library

Join the Women's and Gender Studies club every Tuesday night to discuss the WGS presence on campus and current issues happening in the world today!


The club meets in the basement on the couches next to the elevator.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Take Back the Nigh T-Shirt Making Workshop

Room G18, Suites on Maple

In many situations, violence occurs at night, and, as a result, many women stay home out of fear. Every spring, the Haven Project coordinates its largest event with a gathering of several hundred people, including students, staff, faculty, and Indiana residents to take back the night! Play your part and join the Haven Project in creating t-shirts for the big event.


For more information, contact the Haven Project at 724-357-3947 or email at haven-project@iup.edu

Student Film Series: “Black Mirror”

B10 Humanities and Social Sciences Building

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