2013 Advisory Board Lecture: Stephanie Coontz
In “Courting Trouble? The World-Historical Transformation of Love & Marriage,” Historian Stephanie Coontz discussed the fact that marriage has changed more in the past 35 years than in the previous 350 years. Coontz historicized marriage from the Stone Age to the Internet Age, saying that marriage has become fairer and more fulfilling than in the past, but also more optional and fragile, and what that means for our society and our personal lives.
Clemente has many roles, including a grassroots community organizer, independent journalist and scholar who consults on issues such as hip-hop activism, media justice, voter engagement among youth of color, third party politics, intercultural relations between African Americans and Latinos, immigrants’ rights as an extension of human rights and universal health care.In 2008, Delrow was nominated by the Green Party as a vice presidential candidate. Along with Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, the pair became the first women of color ticket in American history. She is currently working on obtaining her doctorate and completing her first book, “When a Puerto Rican Woman Ran for Vice President and Nobody Knew Her Name.”
Women’s Studies Career Panel: Women in the Law
November 18th the department held a career panel to discuss the challenges and opportunities women face in law. Janice P. Dreiling, (BA, MA Sociology, KSU, 1966, 1969; JD, University of Tulsa College of Law, 1980), Loretta Martinez (BA Political Science, Yale, 1988; JD, Harvard Law, 1991), and Lory Stone (BA History and Women’s Studies, KSU, 2000; JD, Georgetown Law, 2004) gave real life advice to the K-State community about how to prepare yourself for a career in law and what a more feminist practice of law might look like.