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Sara Ruddick—Reconfiguring Perspectives on Motherhood

Sara Ruddick, whose seminal 1990 book, “Maternal Thinking: Toward a Politics of Peace,” helped develop a feminist perspective for reviewing and analyzing the practices and intellectual disciplines involved in rearing children, died on March 20. We note Ms. Ruddick as … Continue reading

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Innovative Women’s Leadership and Gender Efforts for Law Firms

Earlier this week the Post-Gazette highlighted the Allegheny County Bar Association (ACBA) for giving Top Priority to gender and diversity concerns in the local legal community. We’ve had the good fortune to be part of this important work and would … Continue reading

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Why Narrative and Identity Development is Important

Since we’ve launched our new site, a number of visitors have asked “Why is narrative and identity development important?” Narrative and identity development is an emerging and growing method through which organizations invite individuals to (1) address the core issues—which … Continue reading

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