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The Maven: Establishing a Daily Practice

It’s been said that writing is easy; you just sit down at your typewriter and bleed. Sounds pretty untidy, fairly painful, and frankly more than a little unsanitary to me.… ... » Read more

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My Voice: Where are the Women’s Voices?

In 1977, when I was the only woman teaching full time at the newly formed Yale School of Management, I attended a community meeting of students, faculty, and staff that… ... » Read more

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A Brewery Blowup

The Beer Explosion of 1972 In the spring of 1972, students in Microbiology 301 were studying the process of fermentation when their professor was struck with an idea: Why not… ... » Read more

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The Female Gaze: Summer 2014

Oil on Canvas The children in Jude Harzer’s ’87 paintings seem to stare boldly from the canvas, as if refusing to be objects of a viewer’s gaze. Through depictions of… ... » Read more