Women and China’s New Documentaries At the Seattle Public Library Sunday, October 28, 2:00pm – 4:30pm Self-Portrait with Three Women Director: Zhang Mengqi Language: Chinese with English subtitles Year: 2010 Length: 70 minutes Part of a new generation of documentary filmmakers from China, a young woman weaves together memory, oral history and performance in a [...]
In 2011, the Women Studies Department changed its name to Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies Department. Students at the graduate level will now receive their degrees and certificates in Feminist Studies. These changes reflect current debates in the field that involve feminisms in different historical and geographic contexts; push research and teaching in new directions; and [...]
Undergraduates enrolled in Introduction to Women Studies during the 2012 Summer Quarter participated in the Who Needs Feminism? Campaign, which began at Duke University. This campaign aims to challenge existing stereotypes surrounding feminists and assert the importance of feminism today.
Angelica Macklin brings us a sneak peak of the Women Who Rock Digital Oral History Project archive.
Check out the trailer for the Home Alive Documentary, directed by UW undergraduates Leah Michaels and Rozz Therrien and produced by Evangeline Spracklin! Through an indie-rock class offered at the University of Washington in Seattle, two seniors, Leah Michaels and Rozz Therrien, were exposed to a grassroots, self-defense organization called Home Alive. The organization was founded by [...]