This article is part of an ongoing series profiling researchers at the University of Michigan.For University of Michigan professor Mary Kelley, a pioneer in the field of women’s studies over the past 40 years, teaching this year has felt especially meaningful in an election year with the first major party female nominee.
The first regional strike to protest violence against women and girls took place on Wednesday in Latin America. An estimated 100,000 people took to the streets in Argentina after a 16 year old girl named Lucia Perez Montero was abducted, raped, and impaled by a gang. After being plied with drugs and assaulted, her three…
Our society has a specific narrative about pregnancy – cisgender, straight women who are happily awaiting a bundle of joy. Who does this archaic image exclude – and how is it harmful? Here are some answers.
Donald Trump visited the site of the most memorable speech in American history on Saturday morning to give a speech that in its way was also particularly memorable. Memorable partly for its darkness, over-the-top-invective, and warnings agains
Autumn has arrived. Here’s what we — and some of our readers — are reading: Cassie: Miranda July’s The First Bad Man, her first novel. It came out last year but is the most exciting novel I’ve read in a few years (to be fair I read maybe four new novels a year). Jul
Networks of care for our children, and for the adults who have survived means creating community-based responses to violence. Responses which do not engage in punitive justice, but hold perpetrators accountable and keep survivors safe. It allows us to wrestle with dichotomies of good/bad, and the various complexities and nuances of the communities with whom we are engaged.
Katherine Kinzer is a professor of psychology at Cornell University. She writes an article for today’s New York Times, titled “How Kids Learn Prejudice,” explaining why the “Trump Effect,” the well-documented rise in bullying in ou
Finally, finally, maybe the media is beginning to look at Hillary supporters. Last night on Chris Hayes he actually spent a couple of minutes talking about how all the media attention went to the disgruntled white male voters and their excitemen
Pop culture often promotes terrible ideas about consent, but are there positive examples of consent in the media? These scenes from Steven Universe, Frozen, and more show valuable lessons on how consent should be.
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