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Remembering Ann

Last month, Clark lost one of it’s best, Ann Snyder, professor of Women’s Studies.  Her memorial service is this Saturday and I’ve been thinking about her.  Another friend sent me this link last week.  It’s not new, but is beautiful and something I think Ann would appreciate.  Enjoy. 500 Years  of Female Portraits in Western […]

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March is Woman’s History month in the United States, so let’s take a moment to celebrate a group of women frequently overlooked in American history. Did you know over 1000 woman flew military aircraft during 1942-1944 in non-combat roles? No? Well, it’s true. If you want to read the fascinating history of how and why […]

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Gale Cengage Learning free online resources now include biographies of women who have changed our world. On March 1, 2009, Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia—which includes over 1,700 biographies, 300 thematic essays, and 1,400 photographs and illustrations—went live on Jewish Women’s Archive website, jwa.org.

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