Monthly Archives: November 2012

My Grandmother, My Mother and Me: Trends in the Economic Status of Black Women

Tonight, Cecilia Conrad joins us from Pomona College to deliver the Fifth Annual Two Icons Lecture on Race and Gender: “My Grandmother, My Mother and Me: Trends in the Economic Status of Black Women.” For those of you who can’t … Continue reading

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Susan B. Anthony and Her World

SBAI is thrilled to be offering WST 201/MUR 203: Susan B. Anthony and Her World for Spring 2013! Whether you already planned to take the course or you need a backup women’s studies course as other classes fill up, make … Continue reading

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Vote! Said the Lady with the Alligator Purse

“With the ballot in her hand woman becomes a vital force—declaring her will for herself.” – Susan B. Anthony Susan B. Anthony, the champion of the women’s rights movement and women’s suffrage, was recognized across the country for her red … Continue reading

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“Radical Craft: Exhibiting Homelands in Rochester, NY,” a Research Seminar with Joan Saab

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“Feminist Art” is All Ecompassing! Now Accepting Submissions for the 2013 (en)Gendered Art Exhibit

This blog post comes from Kirsten Williamson. Williamson is a senior Studio Art and Film & Media Studies double-major at the University of Rochester, Editor in Chief of LOGOS Art & Literature Journal and Secretary of the Art & Art History … Continue reading

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Bible Scholar and LGBT Rights Activist to Visit Rochester

Bible scholar and activist/author Jay Michaelson will visit the Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester to give a talk about the bible and homosexuality. God vs. Gay? The Religious Case for Equality, Michaelson’s most recent boox, mixes academic analysis and … Continue reading

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