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Africa commemorates International Women's Day

Orange posters with an illustration of the African continent, women in profile and black text relating to Founders' College Africa commemorates International Women's Day event. The poster includes a schedule. Events include the public lecture "African women's writing and the explosion of negative silences", panel discussion and debate "Is feminism relevant to African women?" and poetry, dance and song show Cultural celebration of/with African women.

Excerpts from: Princess Pocahontas and the blue spots by Monique Mojica

White poster with black text and black and grey drawings of women and corn husks relating to a reading of excerpts from Monique Mojica's play Princess Pocahontas and the blue spots. Co-sponsors of the event: EVNS 6137 Women and Development Course, FES Native-Canadian Relations Theme Area, Environmental Studies Students Association, Centre for Race and Ethnic Relations and Centre for Refugee Studies.

Directions in the humanities

Grey poster with red text relating to the event Directions in the humanities: dialogue & debates held at York University. This poster includes a schedule. Lectures from the event Directions in the humanities include dialogue and debates: The humanities: the discipline and the disciplines, The visual image and interpretation, Issues in humanistic methods: gender studies and postmodernism, The grounds of modern consciousness, Reading culture and Text and context.

The Sleep Project

Grey poster with black text and a drawing an image of two hands holding one another relating to the event The Sleep Project by Theatre@York, York University's Department of Theatre held at the Studio Theatre in York University's Centre for Film and Theatre. The poster includes the names of three plays that are part of The Sleep Project. The plays include An Ordinary Rape by Michael Miller, She Sleeps by Diane Flacks and Tokyoland, Libretto by Don Druicks and music by Phyllis Cohen. The event was conceived and directed by Tom Diamond.

York University Coalition

Salmon poster with black text relating to York University Coalition's 1998 events commemorating March 8th's International Women's Day and March 21st's International Day for the Elimination of Racism. The poster includes a schedule.

Women writing in the 90's

Pink background with a green and blue border, black and blue text and an illustration of a hand holding a woman's head relating to Vanier College's Women writing in the 90s panel. The poster includes the panel's participants.

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".
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