Tagged: Women studies

Pulitzer Prize Winning Author to discuss “Well-behaved Women Rarely Make History”

The Boston University Women’s Studies program is hosting an event entitled “Well-behaved Women Rarely Make History” today at 3 PM in the Women’s Resource Center, 775 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston.  Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, Pulizter Prize Winning Author and Professor of History at Harvard University, will discuss her 2007 book.  EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE […]

Maria Mitchell, 19th Century Astronomer, and the Sexing of Science

The Boston University Women’s Studies program, along with BU WISE, is sponsoring an event entitled “Maria Mitchell, 19th Century Astronomer, and the Sexing of Science” today from 3 PM – 5 PM in the Hillel House, 213 Bay State Road, Boston.  Renee Bergland, Professor of English at Simmons College, will discuss the work of Maria […]

Terror, Torture, and Feminine Masquerade: The Case of Alias vs. 24

The Boston University Women’s Studies program is hosting an event entitled “Terror, Torture, and Feminine Masquerade: The Case of Alias vs. 24” today from 2 PM – 4 PM in the GCB Room 205 at 750 Commonwealth Ave, Boston.  Hilary Neroni, Associate Director of Program Director of Film and Television Sudies at University of Vermont, […]