Research News

Research News

You can follow the links below to the most recent publications produced by the Office for the Advancement of Research:

Women's History Month

Women's History Month Look BackFor Women's History Month in 2018, OAR took a look back at impactful women scholars from each decade of John Jay College's history. In particular, the "herstory" highlighted scholars who focus on women's issues with a broader impact on the wider discourse of their disciplines: poet Audre Lorde and her 1971 book The Black Unicorn, Barbara Price and Natalie Sokoloff's The Criminal Justice System and Women from 1982, Deborah Baskin's 1990s' studies of women offenders, Lisa Farrington's 2003 look at the significance of black nudes in propping up stereotypes, and Jill Norgren's more recent work biographizing the first of America's female lawyers.


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