Anita Hill, professor of social policy, law, and women’s studies at Brandeis University, considers how our definition of the American Dream is tied up in the concept of “home,” and what this means in our current climate of mortgage foreclosures and an ever-widening income gap.
A State Department Initiative Urges Women to Take up the Mantle of Leadership
A First-Year Finds Time & Energy to Fuel Her Interests
Over the past three years, I have come to realize that I hear the same two questions a lot: What is the relationship between Barnard and Columbia? And, Why does anyone still need a women’s college?
Séverine Autesserre examines the various cultures that shape peacebuilding in the field.
In an anniversary year, BCRW focuses on feminism’s future
Wendy Hesford examines the rights and conditions of children living in varied states of political unrest and social exclusion.
Scholars from all over Mexico gather to explore how current struggles to protect territory and autonomy in the region and throughout the world are creating new forms of indigenous feminism.
Ten years after the events of September 11, an international group of artists, writers, and activists gather to explore the effects of catastrophe and discuss creative responses to disaster.