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New Mexico State Women's Studies Program to begin spring brown bag series

The New Mexico State University Women's Studies Program will begin its spring brown bag series with a presentation by Shirley Ranck, interim minister at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Las Cruces. The presentation titled "Cakes for the Queen of Heaven: Feminist Spirituality in Western Culture, 35,000 B.C.E. to the Present" will be at noon Friday, Feb. 22, in Room 333 of Breland Hall on campus.


ies continues on March 8 with a presentation by New Mexico State assistant professor of history Margaret Jacobs. Her presentation is titled "White Mother to a Dark Race: White Women and the Removal of Indigenous Children, 1880-1940."

On March 15, Portia Vescio, archives and manuscript librarian at New Mexico State, will present "Noteworthy Women: Women's Primary Resources at the Rio Grande Historical Collections."

Diane Prindeville, an assistant professor of government at New Mexico State, will present "Women's Leadership in American Indian Politics" on April 5.

The program for April 19 will be "Workplace Application of Supreme Court Guidelines for Sexual Harassment Litigation," presented by Nina Compton, professor of finance at New Mexico State.

All presentations will be held in Breland Hall Room 333 from noon to 1 p.m. The presentations are free and open to the public. Those interested are encouraged to bring a brown bag lunch. For more information call the Women's Studies Program at (505) 646-3448.

Sarah Wheeler
Feb. 15, 2002