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|Education||Pearl S. Buck|
Its attraction for her (although her ambition had been to go to Cambridge) was that it offered a course in agriculture that did not demand Latin for entrance. She was one of only two women...
|Employer||Pamela Hansford Johnson|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Vera Brittain||
Catlin (not to be confused with the nineteenth-century US painter George Catlin) was the only child of a Congregational minister and his pro-suffragette wife, whose feminist beliefs combined with her husband's growing hostility eventually ended...
|Family and Intimate relationships||Vera Brittain|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Elspeth Huxley|
|Occupation||Q. D. Leavis|
|Publishing||Frances Mary Peard|
|Reception||Pearl S. Buck||
While a graduate student at Cornell she made a deliberate bid at the lucrative ($250) Messenger Memorial Prize for the essay showing the best research and thinking on the field of human progress or the...
4 May 1975
Feminists working in Cornell University 's Human Affairs programme staged a public speak-out on discrimination against women in the workplace; they coined the term sexual harassment to describe objectionable actions ranging from inappropriate to violent.