Laura Rosenbury, JD, professor of law, grew up in rural Indiana with two very strong grandmothers but in a church community that did not have much of a track record on women’s rights. “I think it was pretty obvious from a young age that women weren’t given the same opportunities as men and were expected to take on different roles,” she says. “And I didn’t understand why.”
Whether or not Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic nomination for president, the question of how much being a woman helped or hurt her campaign will linger for a long time. A WUSTL professor discusses the unique challenges Clinton faces and why people seem to react so strongly to her. Video available.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Susan Faludi will give an Assembly Series lecture titled “Gender Roles: A Generation of Change” at 11 a.m. Oct. 13 in Graham Chapel. The lecture, also the keynote address of the 30th annual Mr. and Mrs. Spencer T. Olin Conference, will be followed by a panel discussion from 2-4 p.m. in the […]
FaludiPulitzer Prize-winning author, Susan Faludi will present “Gender Roles: A Generation of Change” at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Oct. 13 in Graham Chapel. Faludi is the author of two books. Her talk is the keynote address of the 30th annual Mr. and Mrs. Spencer T. Olin conference.