The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women's Education aims to foster scholarship and dialogue on the history of women’s education by providing a digital space that will act as a locus for inquiry and research into these diverse histories.
Taking her Place at the Rare Book Room Gallery in Canaday Library is open ...Learn more about the exhibition launch.
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I have been exploring my thoughts on women’s history, digital humanities, and feminism through two separate presentations in recent months, the first at the conference organized by The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Education, Women’s … »
Lilith: A Feminist History Journal – Call for Papers The Lilith: A Feminist History Journal is seeking submissions for our next issue. First published in 1984, Lilith is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes articles and reviews in all areas of … »
It is an inescapable fact of contemporary life that the idea of a liberal education, an education that aims primarily at the cultivation of the intellect and sensibility rather than at preparation for a particular vocation, is widely under attack all over the world. In country after country, the idea of learning for its own sake is being swept aside, as institutions of higher education are pressured to devote themselves primarily to preparing students for careers in practical areas. The global membership of the International Society for Intellectual History is in a unique position to illuminate these questions from a genuinely historical and cosmopolitan perspective. »
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