The Radical Roots of Feminism of Color: Marcia M. Gallo

  • Marcia M. Gallo, 9/27/18
DATE & TIME: 11:30am EDT September 27, 2018
The Office of Academic Affairs and Department of Politics and Human Rights welcomes the entire MMC community to a discussion with author, historian, and professor Marcia M. Gallo as part of the Conversations on Diversity and Social Justice series.
About the Author: 

Marcia M. Gallo received her Ph.D. with distinction from the City University of New York Graduate Center in 2004. She published her first book, the prizewinning Different Daughters: A History of the Daughters of Bilitis and the Rise of the Lesbian Rights Movements, in 2006 (Carroll & Graf); it was reissued in 2007 (Seal Press).

Gallo also has contributed essays and book chapters exploring post-World War II feminism, progressive queer politics, and oral history methodology to journals as well as edited collections.

To read more about Dr. Gallo’s work, click here

For more information about the Conversations on Diversity & Social Justice Series, you can contact Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Kathleen LeBesco at