Masha Hamilton is the author of four acclaimed novels, most recently 31 Hours, and founder of two world literacy programs: the Camel Book Drive and the Afghan Women's Writing Project.
Dr. Kristine Warrenburg presents a discussion on race and gender in Disney films.
Kristin Nelson presents various music videos and concerts featuring women's impact on the music industry.
Dr. Michele Gregoire presents "Frances Elliott Clark: A Force of Music Education from the 1880's to the 1950's."
Miss Congeniality – the Campus Activity Board sponsors presentation of this American Comedy Award winning film.
Golf Tournament sponsored by Phi Alpha Omega in support of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Register by 2/25. For information contact email@example.com.
Catherine McFarland discusses women artists and their work, particularly those from the 1970’s concerning feminist issues.
Louise Vance, Award winning Producer and Director presents screening and discussion of the nationally premiered PBS film, Seneca Falls, a stunning history lesson of the women’s movement wrapped inside a teenage road trip.
Flagler College Alumna Melissa Dagenais presents a discussion on women’s involvement in the Vietnam War.
Eat, Pray, Love – this film, sponsored by the Campus Activity Board, showcases the "most popular actress in America," Julia Roberts.
Flagler College students from Dr. Judith Burdan’s Women and Literature course will present "Mapping a woman's world: Critical readings of women's literature."
Dr. Helena Sarkio presents a discussion entitled, "Jezebels, Geisha Girls, and Hotties: Media Stereotypes of Ethnic Minority Women."
Nancy Hogshead-Makar – Olympic Gold Medalist, former President of the Woman’s Sports Foundation, and current legal advisor. She is one of the nation’s foremost speakers and advocates for Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, particularly regarding gender equity in intercollegiate sports.
Flagler College students from Dr. Judith Burdan’s Women and Literature course will present "Writing beyond the ending: Creative readings of Women's Literature."
Elaina Wahl-Temple presents a historical look at women’s fashion entitled "Women and Fashion: Who We Were and What We Wore."
Salt –sponsored by the Campus Activity Board highlighting the talents of actress, Angelina Jolie.
St. Augustine community member, Rev. Gretchen van Aken Johnson presents a discussion of her memoir, Called Girl
Flagler College student Michael Isam and Dr. Dianna Parks-Isam presenting "Women in War" documenting women's contributions from the Revolutionary War through the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
Dr. Wayne Riggs presents a discussion on women’s changing roles in the church beginning in WWI
Connie May Fowler is an award-winning novelist, memoirist, and screenwriter. Her most recent novel is How Clarissa Burden Learned to Fly. Her work has been translated into 18 languages and is published worldwide.
All events are free and open to the public.