DECEMBER AT PENN
- 12 Osteoporosis: A Practical Approach;
Michelle Battistini, ob/gyn; Ass'n of Women Faculty and Administrators meeting; 4 p.m., Smith Penniman
Room, Houston Hall (AWFA).
- SPECIAL EVENT
- 14 Amazulu; annual holiday crafts market featuring arts and crafts by African-American artists; jewelry making workshop for ages 7-adult, all day Dec.
14, $15; storytelling; lecture by Dr. Edwin Nichols, 6:30 p.m.; 12-7 p.m.; International House; $1, free/children 12 and under; info: 627-8667.
Continues on December 15.
- 11 Women's Studies: The Penn Mid-Atlantic Seminar;
Leonore Tieffer, NYU School of Medicine, discusses her new book,
Sex is Not a Natural Act and Other Essays (Westview); discussants: Michelle Fine, CUNY Graduate Center (formerly of Penn) and Susan Lindee, history and sociology of
science; 5:30 p.m.; Room 109, Annenberg School; for a paper for the session (optional), contact Women's Studies at 898-8740 (Women's Studies).
Next Issues: There will be an issue December 17, but none December 24 or 31, and none January 7. We will resume publishing weekly with the January
14 issue. The deadline for the February at Penn calendar is January 14.
Volume 43 Number 15
December 10, 1996
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