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African American History Month: Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka
(Feb 14, 2000) Play Dowanload

Akinwande Oluwole "Wole" Soyinka is a Nigerian writer, poet and playwright. He won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1986, the first African to be so honored. In 1994, he was designated United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Goodwill Ambassador for the promotion of African culture, human rights, freedom of expression, media and communication. His presentation is titled: Politics of Heritage and the Quest for Healing

African American History Month: Aaron Brown
(Feb 03, 2000) Play Dowanload

Rowan alum Aaron Brown presents: A Past to Cherish, A Future to Fulfill: African American Female Leaders.

Community Voices: Dean Jim Tracey, College of Engineering
(Oct 29, 1999) Play Dowanload

Community Voices presents the Dean of the College of Engineering Jim Tracey to discuss how the school of engineering came about and how Dean Tracy became involved.

Asian-Pacific American History Month: Rose Tibayan
(Apr 21, 1999) Play Dowanload

Action News reporter Rose Tibayan speaks about Asians in the broadcast networks in celebration of Asian-Pacific American history month.

Women's History Month: Men and Feminism: The Sociological Perspective
(Mar 31, 1999) Play Dowanload

Rowan professor Dr. Mark Hutter speaks with three male students about their views of feminism and why they consider themselves feminists.

Women's History Month: Sheila Tobias
(Mar 27, 1999) Play Dowanload

Sheila Tobias, author & activist, speaks at the annual women's studies luncheon, on The Future of Feminism. Educated in history and literature at Harvard/Radcliffe, Tobias earned a master's in history and an M.Phil at Columbia University and eight honorary doctorates, the most recent from Michigan State University and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.

Women's History Month: Dr. Julie Haynes
(Mar 22, 1999) Play Dowanload

Rowan professor Dr. Julie Haynes discusses ways womens issues are addressed in country music videos. Dr. Haynes teaches Rhetorical Criticism, Images of Gender in Popular Culture, Mass Media and Their Influences, and the Seminar in Communication Studies. Recent seminar topics have included Rhetoric of Social Protest and Rhetoric of Gender and Horror.

Women's History Month: Joanne Damminger & Lizziel Sullivan-Williams
(Mar 09, 1999) Play Dowanload

Joanne Damminger and Lisa Sullivan-Williams from the Rowan University Career and Academic Planning Center present Women Preparing to be Career Giants.

Women's History Month: Women Putting Our Stamp on America - Part 2
(Mar 02, 1999) Play Dowanload

Three panelists, including Rowan University sociology professor Allison Carter, Dr. Janet Lindman and Anita Jackson discuss the most influential women of their time, and how they prepared themselves to be a working woman in the 21st century.

Women's History Month: Women Putting Our Stamp on America - Part 1
(Mar 02, 1999) Play Dowanload

Three panelists, including Rowan University sociology professor Allison Carter, Dr. Janet Lindman and Anita Jackson discuss the most influential women of their time, and how they prepared themselves to be a working woman in the 21st century.

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