Republican Motherhood and Women’s Emerging Roles in the Classroom

By Hannah McCandless Hannah is a second year graduate student in the Women’s History Program at Sarah Lawrence College. She is writing her thesis on Matilda Hamilton Fee, a 19th century woman administrator at Berea College. Hannah is also an editor for the Re/Visionist.  The first time I had a male teacher was for my 7th grade math class. To be completely honest, it was … Continue reading Republican Motherhood and Women’s Emerging Roles in the Classroom

Theory Boys

By Kathleen Quaintance Kathleen is a senior at Sarah Lawrence College who has just returned from the Oxford Program. When I speak disdainfully of a ‘theory boy,’ if you are somewhat (even reluctantly) involved in the world of academia, you’ll know who I’m talking about. He’s an archetype that’s all too familiar in an academic setting. He spends a lot of time speaking — perhaps … Continue reading Theory Boys