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Women on women

Light brown poster with six different-sized brown split circles and white text relating to the 1975-76 Gerstein Lecture Series' Women on women. This poster includes a schedule. 1975-76 Gerstein Lecture Series' participants include Margaret Atwood, Rosemary Brown, Linda Nochlin and Patricia A. Graham.

Woman: the past

Brown posters with portions of a circle in white and ocre and white text relating to the public lecture series Woman: the past. The poster includes a lectures' schedule. Text on recto of the poster reads: "This set of lectures continues the series, "Woman: the past" began in October of 1976. The first set of lectures concerned itself with a survey of the role and status of women in various periods in the past. This set, beginning March 2, 1977, will focus on particular women or groups of women from a number of periods in the past in order to illuminate and expand the effect of women and their lives in their own time".

Protest and resistance

Black poster with white text, images of a dove carrying a poppy, two hands clutching a rifle with a rose and a sheaf of wheat and its barrel promoting the series of films and speakers Protest and resist by the Alliance for Non-Violent Action.

Women & words: a bilingual country-wide conference for women

Sky blue poster with an image of a dark blue silhouette of a woman sitting at a typewriter, blue text, some of them in white boxes relating to the Women & Words conference. The poster includes lists of participants, activities and location of the conference. List of some of the participants: Atlantis, Margaret Atwood, Louky Bersianik, Denise Boucher, Nicole Brossard, Maria Campbell, Marian Engel, Fireweed, Joy Kogawa, Jane Rule, Spirale, Audrey Thomas and Phyllis Webb.


White poster with a purple and white illustration inspired by Marc Chagall's painting After Daphnis and Chloe and a black text in black relating to the play Erotica! A fresh look at love. This production, the work of New Drama Theatre, starred Helen Porter and was directed by Dorothy Kelleher.
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