National Women’s Studies Association Annual Conference
Last week, the National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) held their Annual Conference. What was fascinating to me in reading the schedule was how open these women are about their radical feminist agenda.
The panels and roundtables focused on teaching these professors how to be better activists, rather than how to be better teachers. The Conference included panels with such loaded discussion topics as, “Feminist Activism from the Inside Out: Connecting Campus to Community,” “‘You Say You Want a Revolution?’: Paving New Paths in Feminist Mentorship,” and last, but not at all least, “Drive a Mind Wild: How Feminist Pedagogy can Teach Resistance.” I just had a chance to write on this topic. My analysis on the rest of the Conference is available here.