About This Journal

The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal is a new, multidisciplinary, peer reviewed, online journal that grows out of the Biennial Seneca Falls Dialogues (SFD).

Aims & Scope

The goal of The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal is to further extend the dialogues beyond the conference weekend in order to reach a broader audience and to invite more voices into the forum. We recognize the importance of creatively engaging diverse tools for feminist activism, particularly those that support dialogues across difference.

Our hope for this publication is to build a collaborative, open-access forum for students, faculty, and the community on topics relating to the themes of the Biennial Seneca Fall Dialogues conference. Submissions will contribute to the Seneca Falls Dialogues commitment to promote leadership, development, nonviolent activism, and the ideals set forth in the 1848 Declaration of Sentiments and the 1948 Declaration of Human Rights.

The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal seeks to honor the work of those who came before us as we build an accessible and inclusive publication by Women and Gender Studies students and faculty in the continued pursuit of equality.

Editorial Board

Betty Bayer, PhD, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Maria Brandt, PhD, Monroe Community College

Angela Clark-Taylor, PhD, University of Rochester

Barbara LeSavoy, PhD, The College at Brockport

Tuesday Obourn, B.A., The College at Brockport

Jill Swiencicki, PhD, St. John Fisher College

Deborah Uman, PhD, St. John Fisher College

Managing Editor

Patricia E. Maxwell, MLS, The College at Brockport

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