Barnard College
Sep 28, 2013 | 12:00PM

Gender Amplified Music Festival

Workshops & Performances by THEESatisfaction, Alluxe, and Genesis Be

The Gender Amplified Music Festival will celebrate women in music production, their works, and their stories. This event will bring women from around the United States together for a free, day-long festival in New York City to discuss the state of women in music production, brainstorm ways to increase their visibility, and to make music. […]

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africana, arts, education, gender, music, technology

Scholar and Feminist Online: 8.3
Summer 2010

Polyphonic Feminisms: Acting in Concert

Mandy Van Deven and Julie Kubala

Contributors include Sara Ahmed, Anida Yoeu Ali, Moya Bailey, Lina Bertucci, Adrienne Maree Brown, brownfemipower, Nuala Cabral, Lindsay Caplan, Joy Castro, Lisa Factora-Borchers, Daniel Horowitz Garcia, Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Duchess Harris, Jessica Hoffmann, Julie Kubala, Nomy Lamm, Noemi Y. Molitor, Felicia "Fe" Montes, Jennifer C. Nash, Adele Nieves, Lesleigh J. Owen, Cara Page, Jasmeen Patheja, Marta Sanchez, Larissa Sansour, Lamont Sims, SPEAK! Radical Women of Color Media Collective, Mandy Van Deven, and Mary Jane Villamor.

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activism, arts, class, gender, intersectionality, music, parenting, photography, politics, queer, race, sexuality, video, young feminists

Scholar and Feminist Online: 6.1-6.2
Fall 2007/Spring 2008

Josephine Baker: A Century in the Spotlight

Kaiama L. Glover

Contributors include Daphne A. Brooks, Maryse Condé, Jonathan P. Eburne, Geneviève Fabre, Michel J. Fabre, Terri Francis, Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, Kaiama L. Glover, Terri J. Gordon, Mae Gwendolyn Henderson, Margo Jefferson, Walter Kalaidjian, Anthea Kraut, Felicia McCarren, Claudine Raynaud, and Tyler Stovall.

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africana, arts, dance, film, gender, history, intersectionality, music, performance, photography, race, sexuality, transnational

Elliot Parlor
Mar 4, 2008 | 5:30PM

Black Youth and Empowerment: Politics and Rap Music

Cathy Cohen

This lecture is part of the Virginia C. Gildersleeve lecture series Race, Gender, Community & Rights: Celebrating 15 Years of Africana Studies at Barnard. Cathy Cohen is Director of the Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture, University of Chicago. Professor Cohen is a noted scholar of American politics whose research interests include […]

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africana, arts, health, intersectionality, music, politics, queer, race

Sulzberger Parlor
Oct 17, 2007 | 7:00PM

Manifest Your Destiny: Find the Courage to Defy Convention and Create a Life Worth Living

Loolwa Khazzoom '91

Since her activist days at Barnard College, Loolwa Khazzoom ’91 has followed her passion in building an unconventional career with a DIY (Do It Yourself) attitude. A self-taught Jewish multicultural educator, freelance writer, dance therapist, and singer/songwriter, she has presented and performed at leading venues, including the Simon Wiesenthal Center and Harvard University, and she […]

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arts, dance, judaism, music

Scholar and Feminist Online 3.3-4.1
Fall 2005

The Scholar & Feminist XXX: Past Controversies, Present Challenges, Future Feminisms

Janet Jakobsen & David Hopson

Contributors include Meena Alexander, Dorothy Allison, Amrita Basu, Alison Bernstein, Elizabeth Bernstein, Siobhan Brooks, Leslie Calman, Tammy Rae Carland, Staceyann Chin, Ann Cvetkovich, Leslie Feinberg, Rebecca Haimowitz, Amber Hollibaugh, Janet Jakobsen, Temma Kaplan, Surina Khan, Jenny Kern, Elaine Kim, Rachel Maddow, Terry O’Neill, Minnie Bruce Pratt, Barbara Ransby, Kumkum Sangari, Heisoo Shin, Lateefah Simon, and Faye Wattleton.

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academy, activism, archives, arts, barnard, class, democracy, education, film, gender, history, human rights, intersectionality, labor, literature, media, music, photography, policy, politics, queer, race, scholar & feminist, sexuality, technology, transgender, transnational, video, women's movement, writing, young feminists