Pre­mil­la Nadasen is cur­rent­ly a pro­fes­sor of his­to­ry at Barnard Col­lege, Colum­bia Uni­ver­si­ty, where she is affil­i­at­ed with the Barnard Cen­ter for Research on Women, the Women’s, Gen­der, and Sex­u­al­i­ty Stud­ies Pro­gram, and the Insti­tute for Research in African Amer­i­can Stud­ies. She is co-chair of the Nation­al Women’s Stud­ies Asso­ci­a­tion. She also serves on the edi­to­r­i­al board of the fol­low­ing aca­d­e­m­ic jour­nals: Women’s Stud­ies Quar­ter­ly, Souls: A Crit­i­cal Jour­nal of Black Pol­i­tics, Cul­ture, and Soci­ety, the Jour­nal of Civ­il and Human Rights, and sits on the advi­so­ry com­mit­tee of the New York His­tor­i­cal Society’s Cen­ter for the Study of Women’s His­to­ry. Nadasen has giv­en work­shops and pre­sen­ta­tions for the Low­er East Side Ten­e­ment Muse­um, the Nation­al Domes­tic Work­ers Alliance, the Ms. Foundation’s Eco­nom­ic Jus­tice Pro­gram, the Depart­ment of Labor, and the New York State Labor Com­mit­tee. Spon­sored by his­to­ry and gen­der and women’s stud­ies. Wom­en’s His­to­ry Month event.
Black Feminism Will Save Us All
Why we desperately need real intersectional feminism.
20 Years After Welfare Reform, The Fight to Destigmatize Poor Black Mothers Continues
An interview with Maureen Taylor, a longtime economic justice advocate and chair of the Michigan Welfare Rights Organization.