Radical Columbia Panel Discussion 9/27 5-7pm

Celebrating the History of Women at Columbia College: An Arts & Activism: Critical Encounters Panel Discussion
Thursday, September 27, 5-7pm 
Ferguson Hall, 600 S. Michigan Ave., 1st floor 
This continuing series of panel discussions explores the revolutionary ideas and people who helped make Columbia as seen through the experiences of those on campus then and now.  The second panel in this series will explore the vital role that women have played, and continue to play, in building the educational path of Columbia College Chicago and in paving the way for women to contribute to the arts and cultural life in society.  
The Celebrating Columbia’s History through Women’s Voices panel includes:
Sheila Baldwin
Suzanne  Cohan-Lange
Paula Epstein
Judy Gall
Carol Halliday-McQueen
Kay Hemmerton
Renee Hansen
Ann Hemenway
Susan Imus
Phyllis Johnson
Garnett Kilberg-Cohen
Caroline Latta
Louise Love
Erin McCarthy
Shirley Mordine
Karen Osborne
Kathleen Perkins
Lya Dym Rosenblum
Ellen Stone Belic
The panel will be moderated by HHSS Distinguished Professor, Louis Silverstein.  Special thanks to Norman Alexandroff and the Columbia College Chicago Archives and Digital Collections.  
Immediately following this panel discussion will be the opening reception for the new exhibition, Celebrating Columbia’s History: Jane Alexandroff.  600 S. Michigan, 8th floor.