Headlines & Publications

Feminism (Taylor’s Version)

Juliette Holder, a PhD student at Texas Woman's University, wrote an article for Ms. magazine, "Through her re-recorded albums, Taylor Swift isn’t updating her songs as much as she’s updating her own mythology—and stepping into a feminist identity along the way."

Holder pens article on Parks and Recreation’s Leslie Knope

TWU PhD student Juliet Holder penned an article for PopMatters, "Why do voters want women candidates to be like Parks and Recreation’s Leslie Knope?"

Phillips-Cunningham pens op-ed about Nannie Helen Burroughs

TWU's Dr. Danielle Phillips-Cunningham has a new op-ed in the Washington Post: "On Labor Day, we honor a trailblazing Black educator and organizer," about Nannie Helen Burroughs, founder of the National Training School for Women and Girls in 1909.

Phillips-Cunningham's op-ed in Washington Post on Juneteenth, Quakertown

TWU's Danielle Phillips-Cunningham, PhD, wrote and op-ed in the Washington Post regarding Juneteenth and Quakertown. The piece, titled "Juneteenth started in Texas. So did this Black town. Whites destroyed it," was published in two parts..

Part 1: How formerly enslaved people created a community of their own

Part 2: Groundless panic about White women's safety razed a town


Eesha Pandit to speak on Gender and Justice: Communication Strategies for Policy Change

Join Eesha Pandit in an interactive workshop designed to help communicate effectively with policymakers, make political policy understandable to a wide range of audiences, and use policy for social change.