“Looking Back & Looking Forward: A Half Century of Social Change, 1974–2024” will feature events, celebrations, and gatherings with key players in WCW’s history to spotlight achievements, challenges, and influence. Programs include:
Celebrating Emily Style’s 30 Years of “Curriculum as Window & Mirror” & Willa Cofield’s 90 Years of Living Social Justice
October 4, 2018
The Wellesley Centers for Women hosted a special event during which several practitioners affiliated with the National SEED Project offered testimony and tributes in recognition of the 30th anniversary of Emily Style’s 1988 essay, “Curriculum as Window & Mirror,” and to celebrate educator, filmmaker, and social justice advocate Willa Cofield’s 90th birthday.
September 27, 2018
Wellesley College President Paula Johnson and Layli Maparyan, the Katherine Stone Kaufmann '67 Executive Director of the Wellesley Centers for Women (WCW), welcomed former Wellesley President Barbara Newell and award-winning journalist Linda Cozby Wertheimer ’65 back to campus for a seminar, “WCW in Retrospect: A Conversation with Barbara Newell, Wellesley College President (1972–1980).”