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Public Health Week: It’s About Time: History of Title IX
April 4 @ 7:00 pm
Join Keystone College Associate Professor Kerry C. Roe, Ph.D., for a thoughtful examination of Title IX. The presentation will place the development and evolution of Title IX within in its historical context, paying particular attention to the ways in which the ever-changing dynamics within American culture have inspired a more comprehensive and inclusive understanding of civil liberties and personal autonomy over time.
Dr. Roe is an Associate Professor of History within Keystone College’s Department of Communication, Arts, and Humanities. As a cultural and social historian of the modern U.S., her research interests include women’s histories, constructions of race and gender, social reform movements, and U.S. domestic and global imperialisms.
Her current research focuses on Indigenous Americans’ perceptions of and participation in the turn-of-the-twentieth-century U.S. global expansionist project. She has most recently presented at local and regional institutions on the topics of Indigenous Americans’ educational experiences at non-reservation boarding schools and Indigenous American soldiers’ and sailors’ participation in the Spanish-American and Philippine-American Wars.
To join this presentation virtually via Zoom, click on the following link:
Meeting ID: 898 872 4746