Utility Menu

News

RSS More News

What Did I Agree to By Checking A Box?

Terms and conditions may apply? That’s the check box at the bottom of most of the things you sign up […]

World War I Commemoration Event Thursday: Women & Warfare

Dr. Carmen Harris, professor of history, will discuss the impact of World War I on the lives of women in […]

Novelist George Singleton Visits USC Upstate Wednesday, Oct. 1

Novelist, short story writer and essayist George Singleton will open the 2014-15 Authors@Upstate Visiting Writers Series. Singleton, an award-winning writer […]

More News

Events

RSS More Events

Last Day to withdraw without acedemic penalty from Graduate courses

Thursday, October 2nd | All day | USC Upstate

Gwen Bigham Sculpture Installation

Thursday, October 2nd | All day | (HPAC) Humanities and Performing Arts Building Room:Curtis R. Harley Art Gallery

Collegetown's Collegefest

Thursday, October 2nd | All day | (CLC) Campus Life Center

WOMEN AND WARFARE: THE EXPERIENCE OF AMERICAN WOMEN DURING WORLD WAR I

This presentation will focus on the impact of World War I on the lives of women in the United States Ideologies such as separate sphere represent events such as wars as masculine moments. However, American women played multiple roles in the war. Some American women traveled to Europe and could be found near the front lines working as nurses, volunteer ambulance drivers, in hospitality canteens. On the home front, the draing of millions of working men into military services opened up jobs in traditionally non-female industrial jobs and in the professions.
World War I Commemoration
Thursday, October 2nd | 12:15 pm | (CLC) Campus Life Center Room:309 and 310

More Events

 
Merit Icon