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.
Sharing Student Writings Across the Seven Sisters: History of Women's Education Open Access Portal Project
As we announced last week, we recently learned that our grant proposal to the National Endowment for the Humanities has been successfully funded. For interested and curious members of the community, here are more details of the project.
Last week we successfully hosted our first Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon! After holding a test run and gathering advice from many experienced Wikipedians during early 2014, we convened a group of eighteen on Tuesday evening in Bryn Mawr's Canaday Library to learn the ins and outs of editing from Mary Mark Ockerbloom and help close the Wikipedia gender disparity in honor of Women's History Month. »
National Endowment for the Humanities Funds the History of Women's Education Open Access Portal Project
Bryn Mawr has just been awarded a $39,650 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for its "History of Women's Education Open Access Portal Project," being run through the Greenfield Digital Center. »
2014 marks the twentieth anniversary of the passing of the North American Free Trade Agreement, a neoliberal program with intentions to bring modernity to Latin America. 2014 also marks 20 years since the Zapatista indigenous rebellion surfaced to resist draconian neoliberal structural policies that plague the Americas. Coming out of social movement struggles against neoliberal currents, it became clear that the role of gender and sexuality formed an equally essential part in the shaping of both grassroots and state institutions. »
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