The New-York Historical Society will devote its fourth floor to the Center for Women’s History, which will enshrine the contributions of women.
Carol Dweck’s research, which focuses on what makes people seek challenging tasks, persist through difficulty and do well over time, has shown that many girls believe their abilities are fixed, that individuals are born with gifts and can’t change.
Film School Shorts has featured two dozen up-and-coming female directors over the last four seasons. For Women’s History Month, they put together a playlist of their films.
What happens when you don’t see yourself reflected in your local surfing scene? For a group of Bay Area surfers, the answer is: create your own.
The USC Annenberg Institute of Sports, Media and Society seeks to advance and enrich the study and practice of sports communication at the intersection of sports and culture in media.
“Equal to the Game: Women and Baseball” will feature a panel of alumnae from the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League as well as scholarly presentations on women and baseball.The titles of the presentations include…
Those of you that recognize the name Jean Hastings Ardell, likely know her as both the columnist who writes the Indy’s own “Left of Center” political column, and a staunch local Democrat. What you may not know about Ardell, however, is that she is an equally staunch fan of the game of baseball, and it is this love that would lead her on a decades long journey to ensure that those within the sound of her voice, or the reach of her pen, would recognize another name as well, that of Ila Jane Borders. …