Monthly Archives: January 2014

Gaza Mom: A Compelling Palestinian Perspective

I finished reading Gaza Mom a few weeks ago and still find myself reflecting on this poignant and beautifully written book. My Global Women’s Issues class was honored to have Laila El-Haddad as a guest speaker last semester, speaking to … Continue reading

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A Bad Feminist…

A Bad Feminist…  Sometimes, I wonder if I am a bad feminist… A couple of weeks ago I purchased a beautiful vintage mannequin head. She has a name—Jeanette. Jeanette is a redhead with pin curls skirting the back of her … Continue reading

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