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Thursday, August 25, 2016

ONLY A FEW SEATS LEFT!

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WST 101 (ONLINE AND FACE-TO-FACE)
WST 105  "GENDER AND POPULAR CULTURE"
WST 110 "THE GODDESS IN WORLD RELIGIONS"


FOR MORE INFO, CONTACT SARA.HOSEY@NCC.EDU

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Monday, August 15, 2016

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WST 101 (ONLINE AND FACE-TO-FACE; EVENING SECTION ALSO AVAILABLE)
WST 105  "GENDER AND POPULAR CULTURE"
WST 110 "THE GODDESS IN WORLD RELIGIONS"


for more info, contact sara.hosey@ncc.edu

Thursday, August 11, 2016


From the review:

"Absent Mother is thus a destabilizing, decolonizing reading of Judeo-Christian “God the Father” narratives, and a critique of the range of social, economic, psychic and ecological trouble they engender. It also signals the unfolding of a paradigm shift occurring across varied disciplines, which Saxena traces back to the resurgence of the Divine Feminine. She advances a simple premise, one that feminists have long written about but which bears to be stated and re-stated: “Without the concrete presence of the Mother God or the idea of the Divine Feminine available to the religious and non-religious alike, that has historically presided over the nondual unity of all, a culture is in danger of becoming unbalanced in its orientation. This orientation has been about a rigid control and mechanical mastery over all things marked ‘female’” (xxiv)."

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

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YOU’RE MAKING A DIFFERENCE.

You’re already hard at work changing your campus for the better, making it a safer place for everyone. We’re ready to support you and your work – with guidance, access to experts, and a stipend.

OUR FELLOWS WILL CHANGE CULTURE.

Breakthrough’s paid one-year fellowships support U.S. undergraduate college students to challenge gender-based violence in college life—and build a culture where everyone can thrive.

Fellowships run on an academic year calendar from September to June. Fellows will need commit roughly five hours per week to the program, in addition to a weekend-long orientation in early fall. Fellows will receive a stipend for their work.

THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO
Help drive the culture and norm change required to prevent gender-based violence.
Use arts, media, and tech to grab mass attention and drive bold action for culture change
Breakthrough is an award-winning human rights organization recognized globally for our work to make human rights real, relevant, and urgent. 

HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL DO.
Identify the norms and practices that lead to gender-based violence at your school
Create bold, iconic actions for students to challenge those norms
Promote and replicate your action nationwide
Mentor changemakers like yourself.

APPLY TODAY.

SHARED WITH YOU BY RICHARD NEWMAN.