Topic: Feminism

On Mach 2, students and faculty gathered in the Sarah Doyle Center for the celebratory event marking the beginning of Women’s History Month, and the start of the Center’s Women’s History series.

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Sarah Doyle Center celebrates Women’s History Month

March 5, 2020 0 comments

On March 2, the Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender celebrated the start of Women’s History Month and their Women’s History series.  With the theme of “Radical Roots,” this year’s event series is comprised of lectures and workshops taking place across campus.

Brooklyn-based artist and feminist Sue Julien’s series spotlights both famous and lesser-known women from nearly every epoch of history. The portraits were drawn with pencils, photographed and digitally manipulated.

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‘A Woman Was a Woman’ pays tribute to famous, obscure figures

November 8, 2018 0 comments

From Oct. 3 to Dec. 19, the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts is showcasing Brooklyn-based artist and feminist Sue Julien’s portrait series titled “A Woman Was a Woman.”

Chloë Sevigny plays Lizzie Borden in Craig Macneill’s new take on the 19th-century Massachusetts murders. Sevigny acts beside Kristen Stewart in her role as Bridget, the Borden family’s Irish maid.

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‘Lizzie’ hacks away at patriarchy

September 26, 2018 0 comments

From the very beginning of Craig Macneill’s film “Lizzie,” viewers are right behind the fierce female protagonist, played by Chloë Sevigny.

Erin Malimban ’19 played the role of Brutus in the production  “Julius Caesar: Femmes, Romans, Countrywomxn,” which ran from Feb. 9 to Feb. 12 in the Production Workshop’s Downspace.

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PW’s ‘Julius Caesar’ showcases femme perspective

February 12, 2018 3 comments

Production Workshop’s imagining of “Julius Caesar” exudes power — evident from the play’s very description.

Columns, Opinions

Steinman ’19: When #MeToo is split in two

January 31, 2018 1 comment

It began with solidarity, with the tragic understanding that if the testimony of one woman is a fabrication and the testimony of two is a conspiracy, perhaps that of a few hundred or million could become a movement.

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Okin ’19: That kind of girl

April 17, 2017 0 comments

As “Girls” came to a close this Sunday, I couldn’t help but think of the first time Lena Dunham’s unapologetic nakedness graced my screen.

Jayna Zweiman ’01 brings her ‘Pussyhats’ to campus

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Jayna Zweiman ’01 brings her ‘Pussyhats’ to campus

March 23, 2017 0 comments

Posters of “Pussyhats” peppered campus for days before the Visual Arts Department welcomed back alum and Pussyhat Project co-founder Jayna Zweiman ’01.

Performances reevaluate Western canon by highlighting female authors

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Performances reevaluate Western canon by highlighting female authors

February 28, 2017 0 comments

“Explosions from the Other Canon” burst onto the scene Friday and Saturday night at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts.

Columns, Opinions

Kumar ’17: Where are all the feminist men?

February 23, 2017 5 comments

Last Thursday, I attended an event hosted by NARAL Pro-Choice Brown University titled “State of the Uterus Address: The Future of Roe v. Wade.”


Vilsan ’19: Fame, fortune and feminism

September 27, 2016 0 comments

Feminism is central to today’s pop culture.