Exploring Sex and Gender
4th Annual Penn State Anthropology Film Festival
3 Exciting Evenings of Music, Language, and People!
|"Spitting Game: The College Hook Up Culture" - is by Denice Ann Evans, and provides insights from university students, experts, and parents who speak openly about alcohol, drugs, sexual assault, and the state of relationships on college campuses. Discussion with Denice Evans and reception to follow viewing.||The second film (The Virgin Daughters) explores the controversial purity movement currently sweeping the United States, focusing on young girls who take a pledge to their parents to remain a virgin until their wedding day. Discussion and reception to follow viewing||Our third film (Two Spirits), by Lydia Nibley, focuses on the concept of a the third gender in Navajo culture recognized and revered as nádleehí, or “two-spirit” people. Although the three films focus more on different sectors of society and their perspective on society, they provide a holistic view of the topic of sexuality in America today. Discussion with Julian Haas (Penn State LGBTA Student Resource Center) and reception to follow viewing|
All films are FREE and will begin at 7PM with discussion to follow the conclusion of the film
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The film festival is brought to you by:
The Anthropology Graduate Student Association of Penn State
The Anthropology Department of Penn State
UPAC – “Your Student Activity Fee at work”
Previous film festival schedules: 2012 Festival
Previous film festival schedules: 2011 Festival
Previous film festival schedules: 2010 Festival