Women's History Month at Regis

Join the Women’s and Gender Studies Program this month as we celebrate, study, and honor the work of those advocating for gender equity.

Trailblazing Conversations: Duty Calls Book Launch

Date: March 5
Time: 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Location: Chapel
Regis University (Rueckert-Hartman College for Health Professions and The Office of Diversity and Inclusion) invites you to an evening of dialogue with Dr. Antonia Novello and Jill Tietjen in celebration of Women’s History Month and the launch of Duty Calls: Lessons Learned from an Unexpected Life of Service.

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Keynote: Editando Centroamérica (Editing Central America)

Date: March 21
Time: 5:30-7 p.m.
St. John Francis Regis Chapel

A talk on publishing and feminist activism in Central America with guest speaker Susana Reyes, Salvadoran poet and editor from Ojo de Cuervo. Bilingual event.
Co-sponsors: ODEIE, HiPPe, Mission

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Visiting Writer: Tisha Reichle-Aguilera

Date: March 11
Time: 2-3:15 p.m.
Location: DML 122 or virtual

A reading and workshop with Dr. Tisha Reichle-Aguilera, Chicana feminist and author of YA novel Breaking Pattern. Contact kpartridge@regis.edu for Zoom link.
Co-sponsors: English

Good Trouble Conversation: A Conversation on Radical Empathy in Multicultural Women’s Fiction

Date: March 15
Time: Noon-1 p.m.
Location: Claver 328

A discussion on radical empathy and women writers of color with Dr. Lara Narcisi (English) and Dr. Nicki Gonzales (Vice Provost for Diversity and Inclusion)
Co-sponsors: ODEIE, English

Good Trouble Conversation: ¿Por Qué Escribimos? Why do we write?

Date: March 22
Time: Noon-1:30 p.m.
Location: Claver 210

A workshop with Susana Reyes, Salvadoran poet, and Heider Tun Tun (HiPPe) on writing personal narratives. Bilingual event.
Co-sponsors: ODEIE, HiPPe, Mission