Monthly Archives: February 2015

Weekly Digest: Video Edition (February 28, 2015)

The end of February leaves me cold and tired, but Fox’s take on how little boys are being emasculated by Disney heroines may be enough to get your blood to boil. (I still can’t figure out how to embed some videos, but I BEG you to click and watch this segment.  You won’t regret it!) […]

Call to Adjunct Walk-Out Activists — Help Us Shoot the National Event for Our Documentary

Originally posted on The Homeless Adjunct:
Hi everyone!  This is a call to all the adjunct activists who are planning to be involved in the nationwide walk-out on Wednesday, February 25, and in other demonstrations for the rights of educators and students that are taking place that day. Chris M. LaBree, co-producer of ‘Junct: The…

Weekly Digest: February 19–Swimsuit Edition

This week’s (shorter) digest comes today because on Saturday I will be at the LVAIC Women’s Studies Conference watching four Kutztown students restore my faith in humanity. February means the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition.  Click on their link if you want to vote for their “Rookie of the Year.”  And you probably won’t want to […]

50 Shades of Brave

Originally posted on Feminist Feels:
Valentines Day 2015 A day created to make single people overly aware of their relationship status and people in relationships a day to celebrate them having “the best ______ ever”. This Valentines Day the film industry made a very huge risk and released the film “Fifty Shades of Grey”. I…

Tree Change Doll Movement

Originally posted on jocelynmschlegel:
In honor of Valentine’s Day I thought I would spread some positivity. A lot of times my moments spent browsing on my Facebook feed, brings me to view a lot of negative things like advertisements objectifying humans, people’s self hatred, or even just people assuming everyone as a whole thinks the same way. The…

Weekly Digest: February 14: Sadness and Hope Edition

This week brought the awful news of the shooting deaths of Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salha, and Razan Abu-Salha by a neighbor supposedly over a parking space.  Somehow there is some debate as to whether or not this is a hate crime.  I want you to imagine for a moment the coverage if a Muslim man […]

Advice For Conference Presenters, in which we discuss how to be a good academic citizen

Seven of my students will be presenting at conferences in the Lehigh Valley in the next month: two at the LVAIC Women’s Studies Conference, five at Lehigh University’s Literature and Social Justice Graduate Conference.  I am proud of the work they have done going through the submission and revision process, but I can tell they are […]

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