Bonnie J. Morris’ signed copy of Revenge of the Women’s Studies Professor ~ Indiana University Press, 2009 😈

A selection to mark Bastille Day, France’s national day: . Joan of Arc, by Marina Warner, examines the history of the soldier, hero and saint who is the enduring symbol of France’s nationhood. . Three novels by Antoine Laurain in a style of “Gallic whimsy,” including the charming The President’s Hat, called “a hymn to la vie Parisienne.” . A lovely old book of French short stories en Francais—more than a match for my French skills, alas. . A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens, a high school staple, at least in my day, set at the storming of the Bastille. It’s a Signet Classic, too! . What are your favorite French, or French-themed, titles? . #bastilleday #frenchnationalday #frenchbookstagram #joanofarc #antoinelaurain #ataleoftwocities #charlesdickens #happybastilleday #signetsaturday #signetclassics #bookstagram #bookfeature #bookstack #shelfiesaturday #shelfie #bookcollection #booksofig #frenchhistory #oldbooks #vintagebooks #womensstudies #medievalstudies #saturdayfun #frenchliterature #livrestagram #livrestagrammeuse #lafetenationale #sofrench

I have nothing against homosexuals. I’m just proud to be straight. Not a hate crime, just a fact!

Ok now I’m actually done with this project! I can’t wait to hang these in my brand new dream classroom! Thanks to @bccprin , our new classroom will also have couches, high top tables, and other seating options for us to crochet, knit, read, and learn around! Not to mention, this new learning environment will make for an even better launch of Women’s Studies next Spring as it allows more opportunity for student choice and project-based learning. So many exciting things coming this next year to B-CC! I can’t wait for 2018-2019! @bccyarnclub #womensstudies #yarnclub #BCCSGA #flexibleseating #flexibleseatingclassroom #IteachEnglish #Englishteacher

Compassionate caretaker ❤️ Florence Nightingale lead the way on Compassionate Care Worldwide - Evidence- based medicine, sanitation / care practices all began with this amazing woman- Know your women in history!!! ❤️ . . . #downonmainstreet #florencenightingale #womenshistory #nurse #compassion #caretaker #brillant #compassionatecare #nightingalenursefit #bestrong #mentor #evidencedbasedmedicine #findyourcalling #womensstudies #womenempowerment #leadtheway #girlpower #fashionblogger #lularoewomenonamission #lularoeshirleygood

“Feminine Rising: Voices of Power & Invisibility” a multicultural collection of women’s poetry and essays edited by Andrea Fekete and Lara Lillibridge with Foreword by New York Times contributing writer, Anna March, is now up for pre-order. Reserve your copy! @laralillibridge @feketeandi1 #womenempowerment #womensupportwomen #poetry #womensstudies #womensday #cnf #memoir

Dr. Nayereh Tohidi (@nayerehtohidi3117) is the Director of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Program and a Professor in the Gender and Women’s Studies Department at California State University, Northridge and a Research Associate at the Center for Near Eastern Studies at UCLA, where she has been coordinating the Bilingual Lecture Series on Iran since 2003. Dr.Tohidi earned her MA and Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and a BS (with Honors) from the University of Tehran in Psychology and Sociology. Her teaching and research areas include sociology of gender, religion (Islam), ethnicity and democracy in the Middle East and post-Soviet Central Eurasia, especially Iran and Azerbaijan Republic. She is the recipient of several grants, fellowships and research awards, including a year of Fulbright lectureship and research at the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Republic of Azerbaijan; post-doctoral fellowships at Harvard University; the Hoover Institute of Stanford University; the Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; and the Keddie-Balzan Fellowship at the Center for Near Eastern Studies at UCLA. She has held visiting positions at  Universities of Iowa, Minnesota, Harvard, UCLA, and USC.  Tohidi’s publications include editorship or authorship of:  Globalization, Gender and Religion: The Politics of Women’s Rights in Catholic and Muslim Contexts;Women in Muslim Societies: Diversity within Unity; and Feminism, Democracy and Islamism in Iran. Dr. Tohidi has been a consultant for the United Nations (UNDP, UNICEF, ILO, and WIDER) on projects concerning gender and development, and women and civil society building in the Middle East and post-Soviet Eurasia. She represented women NGOs at both the third and fourth World Conferences on Women in Nairobi (NGO Forum 1985) and Beijing (NGO Forum 1995) on gender issues in Iran and the post-Soviet Caucasus and Central Asia. . REMAINDER OF BIO IN COMMENT SECTIONS BELOW.

“Linda Carlisle’s comprehensive history makes a significant contribution to the field of psychiatry and the study of women’s rights.”- Gerald N. Grob . . #throwbackthursday #bookstagram #illinoispress #elizabethpackard #womensstudies #psychiatrichistory #biography