The mission of the UH Friends of Women's Studies is to support the University of Houston Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies Program's research, teaching and campus and community activities through financial and volunteer efforts. The Friends also support the Shuart Women's Archive and Research Collection--a unique collection of documents and oral histories from active and historical Houston area women's organizations and individuals who've made history in Houston and the region.
Friends Membership2016-17 Members
TIME TO RENEW for 2016-17
JOIN/RENEW ONLINE PAYMENT MAIL PAYMENT
(each level's benefits include those at lower levels)
|Feminist||$125||Free admission to 1 Living Archives & 1 Fast Friends|
|Rebel||$250||Free admission to all Living Archives & Fast Friends|
|Suffragist||$500||WGSS Community Classroom admission for 2|
|Fair Futurist||$1,000||Table Talk Kickoff Party Invitation|
|Aviatrix||$2,500||Research luncheon with WGSS Faculty|
*Higher levels include lower level benefits
Mail payments to: UH Friends of Women’s Studies, Agnes Arnold Hall, 3553 Cullen Boulevard, Room 624, Houston, TX 77204-3005
- President: Leah Barton
- Vice President: Eliza Horn
- Treasurer: Patricia Cabrera
- Members: Lilian Care, Katya Glockner Dow, Grace O'Malley Ebaugh, Melissa Edwards, Caroline Fant, Andrea Gardner, Eleanor Gilbane, Sydney R. Greenblatt, Elizabeth Gregory, Ursula Hall, Melenda Jeter MD, Shannon Langrand, Laura Logan, Ann MacNaughton, Rufi Natarajan, Tanya Pal, Meredith Phillip-Tcholakian, Angela Shippy MD, Carey C. Shuart, Michelle Leigh Smith, Rebecca Golden Timsar, Ashley Paige Turner, Leah Pederson Thomas, Sannam Warrender, Leandra Zarnow
The Friends of Women's Studies host Table Talk and the Living Archives series, among other events.
Table Talk is a fascinating combination of conversations over lunch. Dynamic women of various cultures, professions, and experiences lead the discussions at each table. Table Talk benefits the Women's Studies Program and the Women's ARC (Archive and Research Center) at the University of Houston. The Women's ARC was established in 1996 to collect, preserve, and share the stories of women's contributions to the life and culture of Texas and Houston. Our focus is the written records and oral histories of women's organizations and of individual women who have affected our lives. As a contributor to Table Talk you help support these important endeavors.
The next Table Talk will be held March 6 2015, at the Hilton Americas. Join us for another year of great conversations!
The Living Archives series, held at the Rockwell Pavillion in the UH MD Anderson Library, offers panel discussions on diverse aspects of women's lives in Houston. These discussions are open to the public. The panels are professionally videotaped and become part of the Shuart Women's Archive at the University of Houston's Anderson Library.
Friends of Women's Studies Advisory Council Members
Dina Alsowayel, Annette Bracey, Lemar Brown, MaryScott Hagle, Mandy Kao, Nina Andrews Karohl, GinRu Lee, Susana Monteverde, Sue Payne, Beverly Robinson, Rebecca Rush, Yava Scott, Carey Shuart, and MaryRoss Taylor.