Women's and Gender Studies sponsors film screening Oct. 8

Tuesday October 8, 2013Lisa Eikenburg

SUNY Fredonia’s Women’s and Gender Studies program will present a screening of, “The World Unseen,” on Tuesday, Oct. 8 from 6 to 8 p.m., in McEwen Hall Room 202.

Faculty, students, staff, and community members are all welcome. Immediately following the screening will be a brief discussion.“The World Unseen” is a groundbreaking and controversial film directed by Shamim Sarif. It is a drama centered around two women who engage in a dangerous relationship during South Africa's Apartheid era. The film is an adaptation of Sarif’s 2001 novel of the same title.

The SUNY Fredonia's Women's and Gender Studies program empowers students to explore gender in theoretical and practical ways, inside and outside the traditional classroom. The program provides interdisciplinary knowledge and skills, enabling students to work for social justice and global change in ways that are meaningful to them.


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