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Throughout my year in a hybrid role as project assistant on The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Higher Education and working on the, I have learned how documentation is a way to collaborate on digital projects and create a shared community of knowledge. Working in a consortium like the Tri-Co (Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore) allows for exciting overlap in projects, especially digital ones, when expertise is shared even when subject matter doesn’t quite intersect– as in the case of my working on the project with Richard Freedman which focused on French Renaissance polyphony and on The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Education researching dorm culture at Bryn Mawr in the 1900s. While working with on the DuChemin project, we explored systematic workflows and tested user personas in order to gauge the scope and interest of users. When beginning the work in the Bryn Mawr Special Collections, I was immediately engaged with questions of audience and considering what angle of research might best apply to large constituency.
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The country of India has some serious issues to deal with when it comes to the issue of gender inequality. It all started back during the period of imperialism when the country was at the mercy of British rule. This ended with India adopting some of the principles of capitalism, but their lack of technology as well as trade issues led the system of capitalism to be ineffective as India went into a serious debt. This led to India developing much slower than countries such as Europe or the United States creating issues in education that led to more men being enrolled in school than women. The political model is not the only reason that India has significant gender inequality issues as the caste system as well as the uneven gender ratio also play a significant roles. Many women of India are sold into marriage at a young age before they can receive an education. These issues are certainly deeply rooted and cannot be changed over night, but they are issues that were created by humans and can certainly be destroyed by them.
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Curry presentation, “Birthed from Africa: The Role of African Civilization in the Reclamation of Racial Spirit” Panel VI Panel VII PBS 2010 Abstract“Struggle in the House of Life: Equality, Education, and Economic Empowerment,” Austin Community College, Austin, Texas The theme implies that basic needs of the human person emerge as legitimization of the concept of equality, education as a change agent, and economic empowerment as essential to human security. This conference will locate the concept of equality in the domain of social justice with all its ethical ramifications. In this regard a vital function of education is to inform action in the implementation of social justice of which economic empowerment is an indispensable pillar. PBS 2010 Program Friday October 22, 2010