Women in the Public Sphere Class Materials, April-May 2012

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Materials in this series were gathered or created as part of the Women in the Public Sphere class project, Who Needs Feminism. Included are several folders of printed out content from the Tumblr and Facebook pages, Twitter posts using the #whoneedsfeminism hastag, and news articles both on campus and from the Internet in general. Also included are reflection essays written by the students in the class on the project and its impact.


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