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WOMEN'S STUDIES NEWS

“Troubling Convention” Addressed Equality

On the 166th anniversary of the Women's Rights Convention and the Declaration of Sentiments, July 19, 2014, Professor of Women's Studies Betty Bayer moderated a panel discussion on the question of equality or liberation to a full house in the Guntzel Theater of the Women's Rights National Historical Park. Titled "Troubling Convention: Does Equality Ask Us to Settle for Less?" the passionate and i...  More >>

“Troubling" Women's Rights Convention

Professor of Women's Studies Betty Bayer will moderate a panel discussion on the question of equality or liberation, as part of the Sentiments & Declarations lecture series. The discussion, "Troubling Convention: Does Equality Ask Us to Settle for Less?" will take place at 2 p.m. on Saturday, July 19, the 166th anniversary of the Women's Rights Convention and the Declaration of Sentiments, in...  More >>

Bayer Named to NWHF Board

Professor of Women's Studies Betty Bayer was recently named to the Board of Directors of the National Women's Hall of Fame, the nation's oldest membership organization dedicated to honoring and celebrating the achievements of distinguished American women. "Betty will be a tremendous asset because of her extensive network and her ability to link HWS, as well as the academic and women's studies communities, with the National Women's Hall of Fame. We are already in discussions about having interns...  More >>

Students Attend PLEN Conferences

Several William Smith students recently took a trip to Washington, D.C., to attend a seminar sponsored by the Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN). Each year, PLEN hosts female students from colleges and universities across the country, bringing them to Washington, D.C., to experience firsthand how public policy is shaped and implemented at the national level. Tess O'Leary '14, Cynthia Uwic...  More >>

Why Feminists Care About Funerals

Assistant Professor of Women's Studies Michelle Martin-Baron will present "Why feminists care about funerals: the politics of public mourning" as the last lecture of the spring semester's Sentiments & Declarations series on Thursday, April 24. What do state funerals, AIDS activism, 300-year-old remains of former slaves, and the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act have do with each other? Th...  More >>