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Re: Feminist Perspectives on the Humanities and Higher Education
by Erin McCoy After considering the subject “Feminist Perspectives on the Humanities and Higher Education,” the first question that flitted across my mind was: “What do women and the humanities have in common?” Scrawled across my Snoopy notepad, my answer: “They have to fight to be heard.” Of course, feminist perspectives don’t always mean “women,” […]
Gender as a Mnemonic Device: Trans Re-imaginings of History and the Body
by AC Panella A question sometimes asked to help folks reflect on their gendered experiences something similar to, “Do you remember the first time someone asked you to change your behavior, clothing, or language because of your gender?” This question intends to evoke a memory of feeling for folks who may not have thought about […]
Diversity and Inclusion: Elusive Goals or Complementary Values?
by Volker Frank I. By Way of Introduction: A Sociological Perspective of the Problem A little more than a century ago, Emile Durkheim wrote his last book The Elementary Forms of Religious Life. In it, he explained why religion and faith are such universal human phenomena, regardless of their particular expressions, Gods, or sacred […]
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