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Women's Educational Society Lecture

The Woman's Educational Society’s (WES) endowment was established in 1989 with the Hulbert Center for Southwest Studies to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the WES. The endowment supports the annual lecture "Women in the West."


2014 Lecturer


Professor Christina Leeza


Lecture Topic: "Women Activists on the US-Mexico Border"

April 30, 2014 at 12:00pm  in Gaylord Hall. RSVPs necessary. Email swshulbert@coloradocollege.edu.

 

 

 

 


Previous Lecturers


2012-2013

Janice Gould, "Doubting and Dreaming: Native American Women Write about the West"

2011-12

Michèle Companion, "Results from a Nutritional Education Program for Urban Indian Children & their Moms" (March 1, 2012)

2010-11
Sally Meyer, "Women Helping Women," presenting with Tiffany Calabaza, CC Student & Amanda Wierzba, CC class of 2010 (March 9, 2011)
   2009-10

Anne Hyde, "Hard Choices: Mixed Race Parents and Children in the 19th Century West"

(March 31, 2010)

2008-09

Susan Armitage, "Ages and Stages of Developing Field: Western Women's History" (February 25, 2009)
2007-08
Anne Hyde, "Love and Money in the Early American West:  Stories I Can't Write Down" (February 27, 2008)

2006-07

Demetria Martinez (WES scholar) teaching "The Poet as Witness to War" ( 2007)

2006-07

Karen Chamberlain, "Southwest Solitude: Seduced by a Canyon Oasis" (November 8, 2006)

2005-06

Demetria Martinez, "Rebirth Day: A Writer's Journey" (February 1, 2006)

2004-05

Ann Zwinger, "Don't Pack Your Diamond Tiara: The Travel Habits of a Nature Writer" (March 2, 2005)

2003-04

Beverly Stoeltje, "The Cowgirl:  Ranch Women, Rodeo Queens, and Media Dreams"  (February 25, 2004)

2002-03

Beauty Bragg, "Identifying Major Themes in Chicana Literature" (April 2, 2003).

2001-02

Claire Farrer, "'...not just the portrait of a woman...':  The Art of Writing Native American Biography" (April 3, 2002).

2000-01
Susan Scarberry-Garcia, "Wrapped in Shawls and Scarves:  Traditional Clothing of Navajo, Pueblo and Khanty Siberian Women" (February 28, 2001).