In this 1983 essay, delivered as a speech at the 65th SSW Anniversary, Dean Ann Hartman, M.S.S. 1954, examined assumptions and implications with regard to world view and epistemologies. She offered the claim by Carol Gilligan in her book, In A Different Voice that women have a different way of thinking than men and asked what the implications are of that insight.
In this video, two alumnae share a delightful story of Florence Day’s treatment of them while they were students.
Significant changes instituted by Ann Hartman soon after she became dean in 1986 brought the attention of students on campus, of the Northampton Community and of alumni spread around the world.
In this video, Maria Braveheart Jordan, Ph.D. 1995, shares a story about when she almost got arrested while teaching.