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Women's History Week 2010: Different Spheres: Reality or Illusion?: Wednesday, March 3

What does it mean to be a woman? What does it mean to be a man? Are boundaries between female and male natural or constructed? Presentations addressing these issues will place March 1-4 here at SAC during Women's History Week.

Monologues for Women

Click on this search for: women AND monologues to find collections of monologues for women in the SAC Library collection.



  • Wednesday, Mar 3, 2010: FILM: Visitors of the Night
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    12:00 p.m. VATC, 120. 34 minutes. This documentary explores the world of the Mosou, an isolated and matrilineal tribe in the mountains of South West China...
  • Wednesday, Mar 3, 2010: From Alpha Male to Nurturing Father: How Childbirth Affects Dads
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    11:00 a.m. – 11:50 a.m. – VATC, 120. Presentation by Richard Reed, Trinity University. “Men are faced with a curious dilemma. Many characteristics of the contemporary dad (warm, caring and present) conflict with our stereotypes of American masculini
  • Wednesday, Mar 3, 2010: Latinas and HIV/AIDS: Cultural Implications   Edit/Delete    Stats
    8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. San Antonio College Empowerment Center. Presentation by Sue Gallego. A workshop for counselors and other helping professionals

Latinas and AIDS/HIV: Cultural Implications


Latinas and HIV/AIDS: Cultural Implications

A workshop for counselors and other helping professionals

Wednesday, March 3, 2010, 8:30-12:30

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