Film examines roots of sexual shaming

By UW-Barron County

A documentary film exploring the causes and displays of sexual shaming in North America will be shown at UW-Barron County on March 16, as part of the Thursdays @ the U Lecture and Performance Series. UnSlut will be presented at 12:30 p.m. in the Blue Hills Lecture Hall (R234). It features interviews with sexuality experts, advocates and media figures.

An audience discussion, led by UW-Barron County Senior Lecturer Melissa Kozma and Associate Academic Librarian Cecilia Cole, will follow the film. Kozma has taught gender studies at UW-BC for nine years; her academic interests include feminist philosophy, ethics and critical race theory. Cole has been at UW-BC for five years, and her professional interests include information literacy and information ethics.

Thursdays @ the U presentations are free and open to the public and sponsored by the UW-Barron County Foundation. For more information, call 715-234-8176.

UW-Barron County is located at 1800 College Dr., Rice Lake.


Brian Becker