You’re invited to hear the stories of women from the 16th-18th centuries who found themselves in broken marriages, and challenged a legal system that viewed them as subordinate to men and denied the option of divorce.
At a time when many of us are missing international travel, the next Faculty Author Series event might help fill that void. On March 25 at noon, travel via Zoom to Shenyang, China, with Dr. Eric Henry, Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology. Dr. Henry will discuss his new book, The Future Conditional, andContinue reading “Travel to China with Dr. Eric Henry”
Looking for a way to celebrate International Women’s Day tomorrow? We’ve got you covered! Our next Faculty Author Series event is set for 12 pm on Monday, March 8, where Dr. Rohini Bannerjee and editor Christina Myers will unpack Big: Stories about Life in Plus-Sized Bodies. Described as “a collection of personal and intimate experiencesContinue reading “International Women’s Day Event: A Faculty Author Talk with Dr. Rohini Bannerjee & editor Christina Myers”