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McKissick Museum Announces New Programs for 2020 Justice Theme Semester

New programs feature conversations with Jill Found, Dr. Erin Buzuvis, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, and Alumnae Vickie Eslinger and Malissa Burnette.

As part of the College of Arts & Sciences new theme semester initiative, Dr. Lana Burgess, McKissick Museum’s faculty curator, has been awarded a co-curricular grant to create free Justice-themed educational programs in support of women’s rights. These programs directly tie-in to McKissick’s newest exhibition: A Woman’s Right. This semester, the exhibition explores the history of how women fought for their rights on campus from WWII to the present. This exhibit and related programs seek to help uncover the challenges and triumphs of women at UofSC. 

Be sure to mark your calendars for all these fantastic virtual programs offered by the  Museum this fall. Programming details might change, so check back frequently and follow @McKissickMuseum on Facebook for updates.


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