Should Feminism Be Part of a Required College Curriculum?

I wrote this as a final reflection in one of my Women’s Studies classes this semester where we presented a proposal that consisted of potentially adding a new requirement involving the study of race, gender, and sexuality to a pre-existing aspect of Duke’s current curriculum. Here are my thoughts, as usual in the form of […]

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Originally published on April 16, 2012 at Develle Dish, Duke’s feminist blog Dear ________, Could you please send this blurb about Feminist Week to your listserv? The flyer about the week’s events is attached. Thanks! —— Response: “I wish this was something we could endorse…” “Inclined to say no….” “Feminism in general has a kind […]

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Duke Write(H)er Series: First Workshop With LC Coleman of Colored Girls Confidential

DUKE WRITE(H)ER SERIES Introduction to the Duke Write(H)er Workshop Series: For the Spring of 2013, I was accepted to be a part of the Duke Write(H)er series consisting of writing workshops with well known and gifted women writers and journalists. These retreat/workshop/dinner events, hosted by the Duke Women’s Center, feature influential feminist journalists such as […]

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I’m Featured on The Mamafesto’s “This Is What a Feminist Looks Like” Series

Original post date: 8/21/12 I participated in The Mamafesto’s “This Is What a Feminist Looks Like” series. You should check it out! I spent hours reading through the other interviews while I was writing mine. Defining feminism is no easy task and remembering when and why you became a feminist can prove to be even […]

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Fraternizing With Feminism

Original post date: 6/04/12 When I first started “blogging” for Develle Dish, I posted with reservation, holding back just enough so it didn’t have to reveal anything too personal about myself. Because everyone knows that it’s okay to believe in feminist values, but to BE a feminist automatically equates you with an unattractive anti-femininity, man […]

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