Education & Education Reform

In 1970, the field of women’s, gender and feminist studies was launched and was able to thrive in the ensuing years. NCRW was established in 1982 to create a supportive network for the burgeoning women’s research movement. Today, there are more than 900 women’s studies programs in the US with more than 10,000 courses offered on college campuses. Much of the curriculum is interdisciplinary and, in many instances, mainstreamed across subject areas. From the social sciences to liberal arts, fine arts and the sciences, feminist theory and framing (especially the intersection of race, gender and class) is having an important impact across disciplines in academia and beyond.

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Monday, July 13, 2009 - 11:30am

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 July 25, 2009 postedy by Amanda Harris*The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) families movement is a growing movement...
 July 27, 2009 posted by Deborah Siegel*Last weekend, my partner Marco and I took a childbirth class at the Manhattan hospital where I’ll...
July 28, 2009 posted by Julie and Scott Zeilinger*My family’s feminism is rooted deeply in our Jewish heritage. As Jews, my family has been...
By Gwendolyn Beetham*When I was in graduate school in London, one of my professors told a cute story about his daughter, born during the Thatcher era...
By Tonni Brodber*Linda Basch: From your perspective, what is the unfinished work of women’s political equality? Tonni Brodber: In the English-...