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
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
A review of Linda Hirshman's Reckoning: The Epic Battle Against Sexual Abuse and Harassment.
SOURCE: Columbia Spectator
Women speak up. A tenured professor is accused of sexual misconduct. Who does the University protect?
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Ruth Lawlor
The changes would make campus sexual assault harder to punish, while increasing the burdens on black men.
SOURCE: Process History
by Mara Keire
The Klan’s extensive networks of patriarchal power enabled abusive men to prey on women.
SOURCE: Rolling Stone
The Harvard historian on her opus ‘These Truths,’ the Me Too movement, and Trump’s cartoon version of populism
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