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  1. I've Heard of Her: Frida Kahlo

    February 20, 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ Civil War Museum

    Using art as a mirror, Frida Kahlo’s canvas’s display pain, conflict and her passion for life. Although you may know some of her famous self-portraits, who was Frida, really? There is more to this Mexican artist than meets the eye. During this free monthly program, bring a lunch and join Museum staff in a discussion of the remarkable and often unknown parts of the lives and roles of women in history. You might know their names but not all the details. Explore the good, the bad, and the in between. Host of Event: Civil War Museum Age Group: Adults

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  2. Fighting for Home

    February 21, 2020, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Wartburg Theatre, Carthage College

    The Carthage Theatre Department presents “Fighting for Home,” a verbatim theatre project by Professor Martin McClendon and directed by Instructor Marcella Kearns. This play examines the issues of women in the armed forces. Based on interviews with women specifically about issues related to being a female in the military in the last 30 years, “Fighting For Home” will highlight women’s struggles to protect their country from all enemies while they deal with rapidly-changing policies and deeply-entrenched beliefs within the military.

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  3. Fighting for Home

    February 22, 2020, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Wartburg Theatre, Carthage College

    The Carthage Theatre Department presents “Fighting for Home,” a verbatim theatre project by Professor Martin McClendon and directed by Instructor Marcella Kearns. This play examines the issues of women in the armed forces. Based on interviews with women specifically about issues related to being a female in the military in the last 30 years, “Fighting For Home” will highlight women’s struggles to protect their country from all enemies while they deal with rapidly-changing policies and deeply-entrenched beliefs within the military.

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  4. Fighting for Home

    February 23, 2020, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Wartburg Theatre, Carthage College

    The Carthage Theatre Department presents “Fighting for Home,” a verbatim theatre project by Professor Martin McClendon and directed by Instructor Marcella Kearns. This play examines the issues of women in the armed forces. Based on interviews with women specifically about issues related to being a female in the military in the last 30 years, “Fighting For Home” will highlight women’s struggles to protect their country from all enemies while they deal with rapidly-changing policies and deeply-entrenched beliefs within the military.

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  5. Fighting for Home

    February 27, 2020, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Wartburg Theatre, Carthage College

    The Carthage Theatre Department presents “Fighting for Home,” a verbatim theatre project by Professor Martin McClendon and directed by Instructor Marcella Kearns. This play examines the issues of women in the armed forces. Based on interviews with women specifically about issues related to being a female in the military in the last 30 years, “Fighting For Home” will highlight women’s struggles to protect their country from all enemies while they deal with rapidly-changing policies and deeply-entrenched beliefs within the military.

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  6. Women of Science at Carthage College

    February 28, 2020, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Hedburg Library, Carthage College

    In honor of Carthage College’s 150 Years of Women celebration, several Carthage organizations will explore the impact of women in the different fields of science. This event is free and open to the public. The participants/activities include: - Theta Chi Delta (Chemistry Club): Learn about Rosalind Franklin’s research in chemistry. - Psi Chi Honors (Psychology Club): Find out how eye tracking works with research from Anne Treisman and Molly Potter. - Gamma Nu Sigma (Neuroscience Academic Fraternity Club): Discover how the brain works and review notable women neuroscientists. - Beta Beta Beta (Biology Honors Society): Examine biology as the study of all living things. - Society of Physics Students: Understand how physics is the study of matter, energy, and force, and how each component interacts with one another.

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  7. Fighting for Home

    February 28, 2020, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Wartburg Theatre, Carthage College

    The Carthage Theatre Department presents “Fighting for Home,” a verbatim theatre project by Professor Martin McClendon and directed by Instructor Marcella Kearns. This play examines the issues of women in the armed forces. Based on interviews with women specifically about issues related to being a female in the military in the last 30 years, “Fighting For Home” will highlight women’s struggles to protect their country from all enemies while they deal with rapidly-changing policies and deeply-entrenched beliefs within the military.

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  8. Fighting for Home

    February 29, 2020, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Wartburg Theatre, Carthage College

    The Carthage Theatre Department presents “Fighting for Home,” a verbatim theatre project by Professor Martin McClendon and directed by Instructor Marcella Kearns. This play examines the issues of women in the armed forces. Based on interviews with women specifically about issues related to being a female in the military in the last 30 years, “Fighting For Home” will highlight women’s struggles to protect their country from all enemies while they deal with rapidly-changing policies and deeply-entrenched beliefs within the military.

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