Dec
9
6:00 PM18:00

Meet Harvard Women Alumni in Chicago

Venue: “Willow Room”, 1800 Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60614

This event will kickstart the Chicago Chapter of ANHW, and offers a chance for all Harvard women in Chicago to gather and get to know each other. The Wine Cellar in the Willow Room, which has a private bar, will be reserved for Harvard women. You can buy your own drinks while mingling with your fellow alumni.

Please RSVP and reach out to Litcy Kurisinkal for any questions at llitcy@gmail.com

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The Meaning of the Midterms: Who Counted?  Who Voted?
Dec
4
4:15 PM16:15

The Meaning of the Midterms: Who Counted? Who Voted?

Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University

Knafel Center, 10 Garden Street, Cambridge MA

 The year 2018 will be remembered for its surge in women’s candidacies. Whether through individual, high-profile victories or the sheer force of hundreds upon hundreds of women standing for office, the midterm electoral cycle reflected options at the local, state, and national levels that were starkly different from any that Americans have confronted before at the ballot box. This panel will offer an analysis of the election results through a diverse set of perspectives—academic, experiential, gendered, generational, geographic, and political—to enhance our understanding of the roles and results for women, people of color, immigrants, and other historically underrepresented groups.

 Panelists:

·        Aimee Allison, president, Democracy in Color

·        Katherine J. Cramer, professor of political science, University of Wisconsin-Madison

·        Sarah Lenti, board member, Serve America Movement; political consultant

·        Robert O. Self RI ’08, Mary Ann Lippitt Professor of American History, Brown University

·        Moderated by Asma Khalid, political reporter, NPR

 To register, visit www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/event/2018-midterm-elections-panel-discussion.

 The event is free and open to the public. We encourage you to share this invitation with people you know who may be interested in attending this event.

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The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University is dedicated to creating and sharing transformative ideas across the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Learn more about the people and programs of the Radcliffe Institute at www.radcliffe.harvard.edu.

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Dec
2
5:00 PM17:00

Harvard/Yale Women's Salon sponsored by DC Chapter

Registration is now open for our next Yale/Harvard Women's Salon. The topic will be "Adult Friendships." Enjoy great company, lively dialogue, and refreshments. We will be offering two simultaneous salons: one in Arlington, VA (home of Ellen Fox) and one in Bethesda, MD (home of Gena Lai). There is a $7 ticket fee to cover the host's costs. Please read this article in advance:  How Friendships Change Over Time in Adulthood (Atlantic). See the Eventbrite registration sites for additional recommended readings. To attend, and for further details, please click on these hyperlinks: Arlington Salon or Bethesda Salon. Questions? Contact Ellen Fox at ellenfoxmd@gmail.com

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Women, Politics and MA
Nov
14
4:30 PM16:30

Women, Politics and MA

Location: Cambridge MA

CGIS South S020, Belfer Case Study Room

Despite its progressive politics, MA trails other states when it comes to female political representation, ranking 29th overall. This panel brings together a diverse set of experts on the issue to investigate the causes and chart a path for the way forward.

Panelists inculde Rep. Cory Atkins, Rep. Denise Provost, Laurie Martinelli (MA Women’s Political Caucus), Rep-Elect Nika Elugardo, and Prof. Eileen Mcdonagh.

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