*Reminder AFLSE Chicago March Events: Talk and Reception LSE Professor Mary Evans

 

*Reminder* 

  • Talk and Reception with LSE Professor Mary Evans, Thursday, March 21st
  • The Ivy Plus Society event at Cuvée, Friday, March 22nd

 


You are cordially invited to a talk and reception with Professor Mary Evans, LSE Centennial Professor, Gender Institute.

 


Professor Mary Evans
LSE Centennial Professor

 

Thursday, March 21st, 2013 from 6:00 until 8:00pm

Chapman and Cutler, LLP
111 West Monroe Street, 17th Floor
Chicago, IL 60603

Hors d'oeuvres and refreshments will be served.

Free for AFLSE members/$10 non-members

Space is limited. Kindly RSVP on-line by clicking here.

 

Mary Evans: Biography and Current Work

Professor Evans was educated at the London School of Economics and the University of Sussex. After graduate work Professor Evans taught Sociology and Women’s Studies at the University of Kent where she was part of the group that established the first postgraduate degree solely in Gender/Women’s Studies in the UK. In 2005 Professor Evans left Kent and came to the LSE, first as a visiting Fellow and subsequently as a Centennial Professor. Throughout her academic career Professor Evans has always written across disciplinary boundaries, thus writing about Jane Austen and Simone de Beauvoir as well as on feminist theory and studies of various forms of writing: most recently detective fiction. Professor Evans is at present working on issues of ‘moving class’, and in doing this she is working with colleagues at the British Library and the Women’s Library (which has recently arrived at the LSE). Both these libraries have considerable holdings of interviews with people (some verbal, some written) describing their life histories. Many of these life histories speak of the difficulties that people faced in ‘fitting in’. This has always been an important part of the lives of many people but is becoming ever more important with greater social and geographical mobility. 



The Ivy Plus Society event at Cuvée

This month's TIPS event will be held on Friday, March 22nd, 2013 at Cuvée. TIPS held an event there last January, but since then, Cuvée has been completely renovated and revamped, so TIPS is returning for another cocktail party. Each guest will receive a glass of champagne, and complimentary sliders will be served throughout the event as well.


The official RSVP page is here:
https://www.wepay.com/events/chi-3.22.13-cuve

For alumni who are on Facebook, they can check out the FB event page here:
https://www.facebook.com/events/412980152126715/

TIPS is partnering up with Uber again, too, and will be offering a promotion for new Uber clients to/from Cuvée. The details are as follows:


General Promo Code: TIPSCHI13
- Good for 1 ride per person (Max. value $30)
- Expires 3/23
- New Uber clients only
www.uber.com/go/TIPSCHI13

AFLSE Chicago: Talk and Reception with LSE Professor Mary Evans
Thursday, 03/21/13 at 6:00pm
You are cordially invited to a talk and reception with Professor Mary Evans, LSE Centennial Professor, Gender Institute.

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Chicago: Mixer with The Ivy Plus Society
Friday, 03/22/13 at 8:00pm
The Ivy Plus Society (TIPS) invites LSE alumni and friends to join other Ivy-type business school alums at their event in Chicago at Cuvée.

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  For questions about the AFLSE Chicago chapter, contact chapter leader Margo Rocklin at chicago@aflse.org.




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