Women¹s Studies Program

clinton

Hillary Clinton is the subject of a special topics course at Kent State University - Hillary Clinton Case Study: Perspectives on Gender and Power. Suzanne Holt, Ph.D., professor and director of Women’s Studies in Kent State’s College of Arts and Sciences recognized that there was a scholarly need for students to be able to contextualize gender and power as the first woman of a major party to became a candidate for president.   “To me, this is an important example of what women’s studies can provide to our students — an inquiry into culture, discrimination, and hegemonic power seen ...

Kent State University’s Annual May 4th Symposium on Democracy: Democracy and Violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo April 28-29, 2011 Kent State University presents the 12th Annual Symposium on Democracy. Held in commemoration of the events of May 4, 1970, the symposium takes place April 28-29 in Oscar Ritchie Hall and is sponsored by the university¹s Department of History, Department of Pan-African Studies and Women¹s Studies Program, with funding from the Office of the President and the College of Arts and Sciences. The Symposium on Democracy is free and open to the public. ...