More poetry, a conversation, and a paper

Today at 4 p.m. in the Henke Lounge of the AMU, Donna K. Hollenberg of the University of Connecticut will be giving a presentation on Denise Leventov ‘s ambivalence about feminist poetry, with reference to biographical context and interpretive possibilities .

Also, this is happening. Tonight, at from 6-8 p.the Diversity Comission’s At the Intersection program is hosting a discussion on religion and sexuality:

At the Intersection is a series of discussions that explores the conflicts that can arise in our everyday lives. This month’s event, “At the Intersection: Sexuality and Religion” is a dinner and a dialogue that explores the relationship between these two topics.

Food will be served and the event will be conversation and reflection driven. So bring your questions and we’ll see you at the intersection!

Finally, I read the Newsbriefs so you don’t have to:

The Department of Philosophy’s Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy Workshop will feature Ahmad Fuad Rahmat, a graduate student in philosophy, presenting “Globalizing Feminist Ethics: A Critique,” Monday, Oct. 19, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Coughlin 139.

Rahmat’s paper focuses on the challenge to formulate a feminist approach for multicultural dialogue in a globalized world. The presentation is open to the entire Marquette community.

And

Teresa Collett, professor of law and a fellow in the Holloran Center for Ethical Leadership at University of Saint Thomas Law School, will present “International Law and Women’s Health” Monday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m. in AMU 227. The presentation is free and open to the public. A reception will follow.  

The program is sponsored by the College of Nursing and Law School.

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