Dr. Shweta Singh was invited by the Consulate General of India Chicago along with other artists and community change agents as part of the #Choosetochallenges online initiative to share their thoughts on Defining 'Empowerment'. WATCH VIDEO
On Thursday, February 25, 2021 the Loyola University Chicago was visited by Councilwoman Andrea Jenkins in conversation with Shay Collins, President of Loyola SDMA. Click the link for more details and a recording of the event.READ MORE
Loyola's own Dr. Michelle Nickerson (History) hosted the latest installment of Suffrage School, an ongoing project at the Radcliffe Institute in honor of the ratification of the 19th amendment. Follow the link to find Dr. Nickerson's video, along with over a dozen others from a broad array of researchers, writers, and teachers.
The WLA is dedicating 19 days to commemorating the 100th anniversary of the enactment of the 19th Amendment. August 26-October 29, 2020, follow us on Facebook as we highlight a collection of events & resources.LEARN MORE
The School of Social Work invites any graduating Bachelors, Masters, Doctoral student to submit an original paper relevant to current issues that focus on women and gender. Thoughtful papers that highlight women’s issues and women as a relevant population in social work through practice, policy, or research are acceptable. The papers will be judged by an Awards Committee of faculty and staff. The award is being sponsored by Think Women Company.READ MORE
Read this article from Ms. Magazine to learn about the importance of poll workers and why you should become one this election cycle. Follow the links at the bottom of the article for instructions on how to apply!
In 1930 Danish artist Einar Wegener underwent a series of surgeries to become Lili Elvenes (more commonly known as Lili Elbe). Her life story, Fra Mand til Kvinde (Man into Woman), published in Copenhagen in 1931, is the first full-length narrative of a subject who undergoes a surgical change in sex.
This digital archive will provide searchable versions of all four editions (Danish, German, British and American) as well as the German typescript and the first English language translation of the Danish edition.MORE