Women and the Tradition of Progressive Politics
in Twentieth-Century California
5 March 2011
10 a.m. to 12 noon
Maria de Lopez, Clubwomen, and Social Networks in Suffrage-Era Los Angeles
Eileen V. Wallis
Assistant Professor, Department of History, California Polytechnic University, Pomona
Women in the Inner Halls of Politics: California's Commission on the Status of Women and
Activism Against Sex Discrimination, 1965-1975
Carol Cini, Ph.D.
Instructor, History Department, De Anza College
Deep Roots: Francisca Flores and Chicana Political Activism in Los Angeles, 1960-1980
Marisela R. Chavez
Assistant Professor, Chicana and Chicano Studies, CSU Dominguez Hills
Moderator: Donna C. Schuele
Lecturer, Department of Criminology, Law & Society, UC Irvine
Program begins at 10am; the seminar reception table opens at 9:30ish. At the end of the program at noon, we meet on the patio for lunch together. You may bring your own lunch, or purchase a sandwich lunch at reception (limited supply). There is no pre-registration, and the program is free to all in attendance.
Save the date for our next program, 21 May 2011.