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Feminism in Motion 2019 Event Recap & Pictures

Thank you to everyone who came out to our second annual Feminism in Motion celebration! See below for a digitized version of the program, scans of the feminist doodles that our attendees created during the event presentations and rich discussions, and pictures from the day’s festivities.

2019 FeMo Picture Gallery

A special thanks to the ever-generous Sugar Bakeshop for providing the delicious treats!

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We hope to see you next year!

WGS Oral History Project Reception

WGS Oral History Project logo

WGS Oral History Project logo

On November 14, the WGS program hosted a reception for its WGS Oral History Project. The project focuses on collecting the Women’s & Gender Studies program’s rich history, and has been led by WGS director Kris De Welde, Cara Delay (History and previous WGS Director), and Susan Farrell (English, previous WGS Director) alongside three current WGS students. These students, Kate Cockerham, Savannah Crocker, and Raegan Whiteside, were honored at the event, alongside current and past WGS leaders such as directors and associate directors who were interviewed for the project. 

Student interviewers Raegan Whiteside (left), Kate Cockerham (middle), and Savannah Crocker (right)

Over the past semester, Kate, Savannah, and Raegan sat down with past directors of the program and conducted qualitative interviews. These interviews allowed them to cultivate a robust understanding of our program’s history, as well as the history of women at the College. The students have been involved in every aspect of the oral history process, including IRB certification, interview protocols, and transcription writing and formatting. Each of the three student researchers will write final papers synthesizing and analyzing these qualitative interviews.

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National Walk Out Pictures

Earlier this semester, on September 24th, multiple national organizations including UltraViolet, National Organization for Women, Girls for Gender Equity, NARAL Pro-Choice and others, called for a National Walk Out to show our support for Dr. Blasey Ford. Students and faculty gathered in the Cistern Yard to show support for either Dr. Blasey Ford or all victims/survivors of sexual violence and discrimination. Below is a slideshow of images from the CofC Walk Out.


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