March 1-31: Women’s History Month Celebration

March 1-31: Women’s History Month Celebration Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi will celebrate Women’s History Month 2021 during the month of March. The celebration includes a mix of in-person and virtual events, including a kick-off luncheon on Monday, March 1, at 11:30 a.m. in the University Center, Legacy Room. The celebration includes three invited virtual lectures: “Courageous Crossings: Women, Gender, and the U.S.-Mexico Border 1910-1950” by Dr. Larisa Veloz, Assistant Professor of History at The University of Texas, El Paso, on March 3; “Shaman Aesthetics: Accessing el Cenote through Andrea Muñoz Martinez’s Art” by Dr. Sara Ramirez, Assistant Professor of English at Texas State University on March 8; and “History and Legacy of Black Childhood in America” by Dr. Crystal Webster, Assistant Professor of African-American History at the University of Texas, San Antonio, on March 29. Additional events include readings, panel discussions, and a closing luncheon on Wednesday, March 31, at 11 a.m. in the University Center, Anchor Ballroom. To attend the luncheons, you must RSVP on the ICA I-Engage page. Women’s History Month at TAMU-CC is presented by the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program. For more information, visit cla.tamucc.edu/english/whm.html.
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March 1-31: Women’s History Month Celebration

March 1-31: Women’s History Month Celebration

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi will celebrate Women’s History Month 2021 during the month of March.
March 8: “Shaman Aesthetics: Accessing el Cenote through Andrea Muñoz Martinez’s Art”

March 8: “Shaman Aesthetics: Accessing el Cenote through Andrea Muñoz Martinez’s Art”

The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi presents the virtual presentation “Shaman Aesthetics: Accessing el Cenote through Andrea Muñoz Martinez’s Art” by Dr. Sara Ramírez.
Through March 10: Dr. Hector P. Garcia Fellowship Accepting Applications

Through March 10: Dr. Hector P. Garcia Fellowship Accepting Applications

Apply now for the Dr. Hector P. Garcia Fellowship.
March 9: Between the Shades" virtual screening and film discussion

March 9: Between the Shades" virtual screening and film discussion

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Mar. 19-Apr. 23: Rodrigo Valenzuela Exhibition and Artist Lecture

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Texas A&M-Corpus Christi welcomes Rodrigo Valenzuela to the Weil Gallery for an exhibition of recent multimedia works.

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