Week One

MON 10/4: club meeting at 8 in Waysmeet (movement building)


WED 10/6: “Adult Entertainment: Disrobing An American Idol” As part of the Turning of Times and End Of Violence Against Women Film Series. (7pm. HamSmith Room 127)

 10/8: (homecoming weekend)

Week Two

 MON 10/11: Club meeting at 8pm in Waysmeet

 WED 10/13: "Traffic Control: The People's War Against Internet Porn"  (7pm. HamSmith Room 127)

 10/15: (Fall Break)

Week Three 

MON 10/18: Club meeting (getting ready for conference)

THUR 10/21: Anti-Pornography Conference OCTOBER 2010:

Pornography and Sexual Violence, Pornography as Sexual Violence: 6PM in MUB 334/336

*Film and Discussion with Jane Caputi

FRI 10/22: Conference(day 2)


*Presenters will include: Bob Jensen and Lierre Keith, Womyn’s Club and committed activists.

SAT 10/23: Conference(last day)

9:30AM Gather in Waysmeet.

Closing Discussion: Taking care of ourselves, each other and the earth.


Week Four 

MON 10/25: Club Meeting

TUES 10/26:  MUB Theater I 5 – 6:30 PM
Does UNH Need a Porn Policy?

Should UNH block access to pornographic web sites?  Students from the Women’s Studies 798 Colloquium, Cyberbodies: Gender, Race, and Technology, will hold a dialogue discussing the controversial issue of online pornography on our campus.  This program comes out of a role play activity in which we attempt to fashion a policy for the UNH libraries.  Some of the participants will present anti-pornography arguments, while others will advocate for academic/intellectual freedom.  Still others will discuss the creation of community-based (rather than law enforcement-based) solutions.  Our goal is to find a compromise between these groups (if possible).  There will also be time for audience members to express their views.  
Facilitated by Discovery Author Courtney Marshall.

THUR 10/28: GAIL DINES at 6pm, where TBA
Dr. Gail Dines is a professor of sociology and women’s studies at Wheelock College in Boston, an internationally acclaimed speaker and author, and a feminist activist. Her writing and lectures focus on the hypersexualization of the culture and the ways that porn images filter down into mainstream pop culture. Sponsored by Queer Studies, Discovery, Women’s Studies and SHARPP.


(Schedule still subject to change)



*See website for more info or details: http://endpornculture.weebly.com/ or contact Kam Jamison at kel38@unh.edu