Can testimony against Epstein still have an impact without him present?
by Norman J.W. Goda
The 1987 trial of Gestapo chief Klaus Barbie offers valuable historical context to how victim testimony without the accused present can still have a powerful impact.
SOURCE: Inside Higher Ed
Teaching in the Age of Me Too
by Eric S. Yellin
Eric S. Yellin was nervous about teaching a course based on a false rape accusation but found he was wrong to be so anxious -- and that the experience offered four lessons for instructors.
SOURCE: NY Times
‘Reckoning’ Follows a 50-Year Road to #MeToo
A review of Linda Hirshman's Reckoning: The Epic Battle Against Sexual Abuse and Harassment.
SOURCE: Columbia Spectator
A Professor Was Accused of Sexual Misconduct. Why is he Still on Campus?
Women speak up. A tenured professor is accused of sexual misconduct. Who does the University protect?
SOURCE: Washington Post
How the Trump administration’s Title IX proposals threaten to undo #MeToo
by Ruth Lawlor
The changes would make campus sexual assault harder to punish, while increasing the burdens on black men.
SOURCE: Process History
#MeToo, Networks of Complicity, and the 1920s Klan
by Mara Keire
The Klan’s extensive networks of patriarchal power enabled abusive men to prey on women.
SOURCE: Rolling Stone
How Historian Jill Lepore Found a Whole New Story to Tell About American History
The Harvard historian on her opus ‘These Truths,’ the Me Too movement, and Trump’s cartoon version of populism
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