Monthly Archives: November 2011

URMC World AIDS Day Events

Thursday, December 1 marks the 23rd annual World AIDS Day. According to the World AIDS Campaign, World AIDS Day is held every year as a “key opportunity to raise awareness, commemorate those who have passed on, and celebrate victories such … Continue reading

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(en)Gendered Comes but Once a Year…

This post comes from guest writer Kirsten Williamson ’13, a Studio Art and Women’s Studies student at the University of Rochester. As a Studio Art major and a Women’s Studies minor, the annual (en)Gendered exhibit allows me to combine these … Continue reading

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Special Announcement: SBAI’s on Facebook!

You asked and we answered! After popular demand, SBAI now has its very own Facebook page. You can visit the Susan B. Anthony Institute Facebook page for brief updates, photos, and information from SBAI.  Feel free to interact with other … Continue reading

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Happily Ever After? The East German Marital Problem Film

This post comes from guest writer Jennifer Creech, Assistant Professor of German and Affiliate Faculty member in the Film and Media Studies Program and the Susan B. Anthony Institute. Jennifer will kick off SBAI’s “Focus on the Future” Research Seminar … Continue reading

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Honoring the Past and Envisioning the Future: Meliora Weekend 2011

This post comes from guest writer Erika Howard, Women’s Studies Minor at the University of Rochester, president of the Undergraduate Council for Gender and Women’s Studies, and senior co-chair of VOX: Voices for Planned Parenthood – UR Chapter.  All photos … Continue reading

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First Victories, First Women

139 years ago this November, SBAI’s namesake, Rochester’s own Susan B. Anthony voted in the 1872 presidential election. She was later arrested with three of her sisters and other local women who had also voted illegally. 48 years later, and … Continue reading

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