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"Breaking the Glass Ceiling: An Analysis of Women in American Politics"
Wednesday, March 11th, 12-1pm
Terrace Room, Paige Hall
Pizza & drinks will be served
On Wednesday, Tufts Professors Deborah Schildkraut (Political Science), Virginia Drachman (U.S. History),
and Ronna Johnson (English and Women's Studies) are coming together for a lively discussion on the status
of Women in American politics as seen through various lenses: historical, feminist, and political.
Women have made huge advances in American politics over the last few decades, but just how remarkable are
these advances? Women still only make up 20% of the Senate and 18% of the House. And there's still that
glass ceiling women have yet to crack: the one to the White House.
Join us and help to put a few more cracks in the glass ceiling!
This bipartisan event is hosted by Tufts for Hillary
and supported by the Department of Political Science and Pi Sigma Alpha.
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Africa's Peacemakers: Nobel Laureates of African Descent
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
Cabot Center, Room 703, The Fletcher School
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Sponsored by the Ralph Bunche Society for Diversity in International Affairs
and co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science and the Africana Studies Program.
Political Science Majors Event & Luncheon
Thursday, February 19, 2015
Packard Hall, 2nd floor
Interested in a Political Science major or minor? Let Political Science
faculty and students answer your questions.
Contact: Jeannine Lenehan, Communications Coordinator
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