feminism

FLLAC to highlight black female identity

By JACK OWEN – 8 years ago

Kaleidoscope, a lecture series that joins a group of Vassar professors once a semester to discuss a work of art from the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, is back after…

Feminism adapts to digital world

By ELIZABETH DEAN & DEBBIE ALTMAN – 8 years ago

On October 24, 2013, the ALANA Center hosted an event titled “A Discussion of Race and Digital Feminism.” The ALANA Center is a place on campus for events, resources, and…

Anti-feminism remains prevalent online

By LILY ELBAUM – 8 years ago

I was browsing SayAnything, one of the blogs frequented by Vassar students that provides a space for anonymous posting, which isn’t usually a good thing to do if you want…

Isard lectures on feminist identity in modern Judaism

By EMILY HOFFMAN – 8 years ago

Religion and feminism may often seem inherently contradictory. However, feminist Sonia Isard reminded students that they can equally express both aspects of their identities. This past Monday, April 15th, the…

CCS, Greens to bring ecofeminist Shiva to campus

By ALESSANDRA SEITER – 9 years ago

With a number of courses focused on sustainability pertaining to food issues as well as an entire semester-long learning-living community devoted to fostering a deeper understanding of food and farming,…