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WomenSpeak, the Women's Studies Program's annual in-house conference, now in its eleventh year, will take place on Wednesday, March 31, from 10:00 a.m. to noon and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Muller Chapel. The theme this year is "Women and Aging."

Co-directors Dr. Katharyn Howd Machan and the Reverend Allison Stokes invite all women who are, or have been, part of the Ithaca College community to consider offering a 15-minute presentation. Lectures, papers, open-forum discussion topics, readings of original work, music and dance performances, etc. -- all are welcome as individual offerings or as collaborations.

Faculty, students, staff, administrators, alumnae: please return this form to Dr. Machan by Friday, February 20 -- sooner, if possible. Slots fill in the order by which people apply.

Make Women’s History Month resound with our voices!

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Return to Katharyn Howd Machan, The Department of Writing, Park 223
E-mail: machan@ithaca.edu
Phone 274-3325

I wish to participate in WomenSpeak on Wednesday, March 31.

The title of my/our presentation is:______________(or forthcoming)

Preferred time slot: _______(1st choice), _______(2nd choice), ________(3rd choice).

Your name and affiliation as you want it to appear on the program:

________________________________________________

E-mail:_________________College phone #:_____ Home phone #_______

Please share this information and urge friends and students to attend WomenSpeak! Professors are especially encouraged to bring whole classes.



Contributed by Katharyn Machan

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