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Bowen_Photographyafterfeminism.Pdf 2.Pdf, Dore Bowen Sep 2018

Bowen_Photographyafterfeminism.Pdf 2.Pdf, Dore Bowen

Dore Bowen

This is a review of Abigail Solomon-Godeau's Photography After Photography: Gender, Genre, History (Duke University Press, 2017) for Art in America, October 2018.


Feminist Oral History Practice In An Era Of Digital Self-Representation, Margo Shea May 2018

Feminist Oral History Practice In An Era Of Digital Self-Representation, Margo Shea

Margo Shea

Beyond Women’s Words unites feminist scholars, artists, and community activists working with the stories of women and other historically marginalized subjects to address the contributions and challenges of doing feminist oral history.

Feminists who work with oral history methods want to tell stories that matter. They know, too, that the telling of those stories—the processes by which they are generated and recorded, and the different contexts in which they are shared and interpreted—also matters—a lot. Using Sherna Berger Gluckand Daphne Patai’s classic text, Women’s Words, as a platform to reflect on how feminisms, broadly ...


"The Evolution Of Choice: How Women Learned About Their Bodies And Themselves As A Result Of The Pill's Conception.", Molly Santora Mar 2018

"The Evolution Of Choice: How Women Learned About Their Bodies And Themselves As A Result Of The Pill's Conception.", Molly Santora

Molly Santora

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Deconstructing The Dogma Of Domesticity: Quaker Education And Nationalism In British Mandate Palestine, Enaya Othman Dec 2017

Deconstructing The Dogma Of Domesticity: Quaker Education And Nationalism In British Mandate Palestine, Enaya Othman

Enaya Othman


This paper focuses on the Friends Girls School (FGS) in Ramallah as a site of interaction between Americans and Palestinians during the British Mandate between 1920 and 1947. It draws on extensive archival records as well as Palestinian students’ writings and oral accounts to trace how Quakers’ education and the nationalist discourse in the country influenced the students’ personal and national identities. Palestinian students utilized Quaker education as a springboard for the subversion of gendered religious, political and Orientalist discourses which were prevalent during this time period.