The Rural Women's Studies Association's triennial conference has gone virtual. Register today!
University of Lethbridge graduate student Diane McKenzie is combining her rural roots and her research interests with the intention to make an important contribution to the future of agriculture.
The Chief Justice of India’s recent remarks suggesting women have no place in the ongoing farmers’ protests may have gone unnoticed in the 1960s. Today they appear astonishing in their lack of awareness about what the face of the Indian farmer looks like.
For the past half century, Caroline Schimmel has collected narratives of women overcoming obstacles in the wilderness.
RWSA endorses @AgHistorySoc statement on COVID-19 and Police Violence #COVID-19 #ruralwomen
The 2021 RWSA Triennial Conference is going virtual. We are excited to host a virtual conference that allows for a more diverse range of participants.
The spread of COVID-19 virus is teaching many of us living in urban places just how connected we are to one another, and how divorced we have become from rural life.
“Kitchen Table Talk to Global Forum” is the topic of next year’s triennial conference, a theme that inspired us to compile a cookbook featuring essays and recipes reflecting sociocultural aspects of food and its production, and samples of our members’ culinary heritage (The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota, publisher). Many thanks … Continue reading Seeking Recipes
Instead of retreating to their parlors and bemoaning their plight, women in Territorial Kansas advocated for themselves and their families in the face of loss.
The best use for squash the size of a baseball bat? Zucchini bread, of course!