PANEL: Battling Feminists and Reds: Anti-Feminism and Anti-Communism in the Twentieth Century

Saturday, March 2, 2013 10:00 AM Interpreting Women’s Activism in Red Scare America, 1919-1929 Erica Ryan In the Red Scare that followed World War I, antiradicals, anti-moderns, and antifeminists expressed their conviction that just like Bolshevism, feminist activists would bring disorder and unrest to the United States. This phenomenon is best exemplified in the experience of Louise Bryant, an American radical, activist, writer, and the … Continue reading PANEL: Battling Feminists and Reds: Anti-Feminism and Anti-Communism in the Twentieth Century

PREVIEW: 15th Annual Women’s History Month Conference in Honor of Amy Swerdlow

Hello women’s history enthusiasts and loyal readers! It’s the most wonderful time of the year– namely, WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH! To kick off the month of March, Sarah Lawrence College’s Women’s History graduate program hosts an annual conference, centered around a theme in women’s history and activism. This year, our conference honors the late Amy Swerdlow, historian, activist, member of Women Strike for Peace, and former … Continue reading PREVIEW: 15th Annual Women’s History Month Conference in Honor of Amy Swerdlow

SLC to Screen Documentary on Masculinity, “Tough Guise” – Tuesday 2/19 @ 8 PM

  TOUGH GUISE: Violence, Media, and the Crisis in Masculinity A documentary by Jackson Katz, Jeremy Earp, and Sut Jhally Film Screening & Discussion Tuesday February 19th, 8pm in Titsworth Lecture Hall (click here to watch the trailer) Further discussion will take place at the Feminist Collective Meeting on Wednesday February 20th at 7pm in the Tea Haus Pizza will be served Brought to you … Continue reading SLC to Screen Documentary on Masculinity, “Tough Guise” – Tuesday 2/19 @ 8 PM