The Argentine Magazine Marcha (March in English) recently featured an article written in Spanish by Canisius Professor M. Fernanda Astiz, PhD, from the School of Education and Human Services’ Teacher Education Department, and Associate Professor Paola Fajardo-Heyward, PhD, from the Department of Political Science. The article, titled “U.S. Elections: Suffragists, Mothers and Candidates,” uses an interdisciplinary approach to analyze the role that women movements have had, historically and currently, in pressuring political agendas, such as in the case of the nomination of Senator and Vice Presidential Candidate Kamala Harris for the 2020 Democratic Party presidential ticket.
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Submitted by: M. Fernanda Astiz, PhD, professor, School of Education and Human Services