In a post for TIME's Lightbox blog, Mark Steinbetz praised the work of several women photographers inclinding Judith Black, professor emerita of Art History, and Sage Sohier, who also taught at the College for several years.
A professor of public policy and economics at Duke University, alum Helen "Sunny" Lad '67 wrote an autobiographical essay entitled "Confessions of a Wellesley FEM" for the volume "Eminent Economists II," published by Cambridge University Press in 2014.
English professor Larry Rosenwald wrote a letter to the editor of the New York Review of Books concerning his forthcoming anthology of American antiwar writing.
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SUPREME COURT RULES ON CONTRACEPTION, RELIGIOUS OBJECTIONS
The Supreme Court recently ruled on Burwell v. Hobby Lobby, establishing that certain corporations owned by religious families are exempt from federal mandates requiring employers to provide contraceptive coverage to women.
Charlene Galarneau, assistant professor of women's and gender studies, researches the ethics of health and health care, with a focus on philosophical and theological theories of justice attending to gender, race, and class.
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