A Backstage History: Reflections on Stage Management and Gendered Labor

By Rachael Nuckles Before I devoted my life to full-time graduate school and academics, I was working hands-on in the world of technical theater as a stage manager and designer. It’s a world I hope to get back to after obtaining my degree, though maybe in a different capacity than before. Stage management often requires a considerable amount of emotional energy that isn’t always part … Continue reading A Backstage History: Reflections on Stage Management and Gendered Labor

FRIDAY MARCH 1st: Opening Night & Keynote Speaker ALICE KESSLER-HARRIS

Friday March 1, 2013 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. Registration in Heimbold Lobby — Pick up your conference materials and mingle with other passionate women’s historians! 6:00 p.m. HEIMBOLD AUDITORIUM: THE MAIN EVENT! Welcome Address: Rona Holub, Director, Women’s History Graduate Program, Sarah Lawrence College Keynote Address: Alice Kessler-Harris, R. Gordon Hoxie Professor of American History, Columbia University Alice Kessler-Harris earned her PhD from Rutgers in 1968. … Continue reading FRIDAY MARCH 1st: Opening Night & Keynote Speaker ALICE KESSLER-HARRIS