The present article contributes to the growing research on women’s centers to extend and encourage the role of feminism in women’s center within higher education. We provide a brief history of feminism and women’s centers in higher education to illuminate the connections between previous research and our women’s center research on community perceptions of feminisms.
Clark-Taylor, Angela; Creamer, Emily; LeSavoy, Barbara; and Cerulli, Catherine Dr.
"Feminist Attitudes, Behaviors, and Culture Shaping Women’s Center Practice,"
The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal: Vol. 4
, Article 9.
Available at: https://fisherpub.sjfc.edu/sfd/vol4/iss1/9