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One comment

  1. Ann Karen Dowd · June 19, 2010

    Hello Monica,

    While researching for an article I am writing, I came across your post about the future of feminist scholarship. All the while reading it, I was shaking my head in agreement, with a silent, Yes!, resounding in my brain.

    I have a novella, HOW DID SHE GET THERE? that came out just this past week and my intention behind writing it is to wake society up to the fact that we need to kick-start the women’s movement. There is a select few women whose voices are heard; my heart is with the millions of women who I perceive as being left behind.

    Check out my website when you get a chance. I would love the opportunity to come and talk about my book at the school and dialogue about would could be a bright future if we get the women’s movement rolling again.

    Looking forward to hearing from you!

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