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Rachel King on the Publication of Carol Gilligan's In a Different Voice, 2015

This Week in History: On May 24, 1982, Carol Gilligan published her groundbreaking book In a Different Voice. Rachel King discusses how Gilligan's work made her question what she was being taught in her college courses.
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This Week in History: On May 24, 1982, Carol Gilligan published her groundbreaking book In a Different Voice. Rachel King discusses how Gilligan's work made her question what she was being taught in her college courses.

Straight: The Surprisingly Short History of Heterosexuality by Hanne Blank

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Straight: The Surprisingly Short History of Heterosexuality by Hanne Blank.
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Straight: The Surprisingly Short History of Heterosexuality by Hanne Blank.

Hanne Blank

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Hanne Blank.
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Hanne Blank.

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Ruth Bondy, 2008

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Journalist Ruth Bondy, 2008.
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Journalist Ruth Bondy, 2008.

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