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If you have a gender or women’s studies-related event that you would like to add to the IFC calendar please email ifc@scrippscollege.edu.

Upcoming Events

Thursday, September 28 at 7:00 PM in room 16 of the Burkle Building, CGU
“Still Working 9 to 5” A Feature-Length Documentary
“When the highest-grossing comedy, “9 to 5,” starring Jane Fonda, Dolly Parton, Dabney Coleman and Lily Tomlin, exploded on the cinema screens in 1980, the laughs hid a serious message about women in the office. “Still Working 9 to 5” explores why workplace inequality 40 years later was never a laughing matter.”
Overview:  “Still Working 9 to 5” examines the 40-year evolution of gender inequality and discrimination in the workplace since the 1980 release of the classic seminal comedy, “9 to 5,” starring Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton, and Dabney Coleman.”
Trailer: https://youtu.be/fhegtCL26yI?si=V4HFrWMRjnKwHQBk


Past Events

Localizing the Global: Cities and International Women’s Rights with Heidi Nichols Haddad

Grace Berry Award Recipients; with guest speaker: Michelle Téllez: Assistant Professor of Mexican American Studies at the University of Arizona; Grace Berry Award recipient, 2003: Ph.D., CGU, 2005; Beyond the Wall: Fronteriza Imaginaries in the Everyday; Thinking beyond geopolitical demarcations at the US/Mexico border and imagining the borderlands as a space of feminist resistance, conviviality, agency, and creative community building.

Collaborative Gender Thesis Chat & Collaborative Gender Thesis Meet & Greet

“Almost President: A Post Election Look At Women and The Highest Glass Ceiling”; Speaker: Ellen Fitzpatrick, Professor of History, University of New Hampshire

A Panel Discussion on Gender, Policing and Public Health
Panelist: Danielle M. Dupuy and Jade Rivera

Talk with Rachel Teukolsky – George Eliot and Hannah Arendt: Philosophies of the Pariah

Andrea J. Ritchie, “Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color”

Deborah Mindry – A Gender Inclusive Approach to Sexual and Reproductive Health:  Lessons Learned from the HIV Pandemic