Women’s and Gender Studies faculty and students participated in the 12th Annual Red River Women’s Studies Conference, hosted at MSUM on Oct. 26. Claudia Murphy, Philosophy and Women’s and Gender Studies, presented with WGS majors Kathryn Kottenbrock and Tiffany Zilka in a panel titled “The Spreading Waters—Feminist Perspective on the Flooding of the Red River of the North”. Murphy spoke […]
Women’s Studies faculty Claudia Murphy and Linda Fuselier were invited to present their research on Women’s Studies and science curriculum innovations at the Mellon 23 workshop “Feminism and Science” in Claremont Calif. Murphy and Fuselier are leading curriculum advancement through the integration of science into Women’s Studies.
“Women Against Women: the Origins of Anti-Feminism” is the topic of a brown bag presentation Wednesday, March 31 talk at 11:30 a.m. in CMU 205. History Professor Paul Harris and MLA graduate student Travis Barrows, will lead the discussion. Men may have led opposition to the women’s suffrage movement, but once the Nineteenth Amendment was ratified, giving women the right to vote, it became clear that many women were also opposed to feminism. The anti-feminist movement among women in the 1920s raises questions of continuing relevance (think Sarah Palin). Click headline to read more.