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Date & Time
October 19, 2017 - 4:15pm
Levinthal Hall, Stanford Humanities Center
424 Santa Teresa Street
Stanford, CA

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Finding Feminism: Millennial Activists and the Unfinished Gender Revolution


A book talk with the Finding Feminism author, Alison Dahl Crossley.

How are new generations of feminists reinvigorating the movement? How has feminism persisted and changed in the last generation? How may feminists shape our future? In this talk, Alison Dahl Crossley will share insights from her new book Finding Feminism: Millennial Activists and the Unfinished Gender Revolution. A social movement scholar with expertise in feminism, Crossley has spent more than a decade studying the feminist movement and working with young feminists.

By analyzing participants’ intersectional feminist identities as well as the organizational strategies and structures of their feminist organiza­tions, Crossley demonstrates how college students continue to be feminists and activists, despite speculation to the con­trary, and how the meanings and tactics of feminism have changed over time. Finding Feminism contributes to broader conversations about the transformation and current state of the feminist movement, and the way students are negotiating the strain borne by progress and stall.

The event is free and open to the Stanford community. Click here to RSVP.


  • Alison Crossley
    • Associate Director
    • Postdoctoral Fellow 2013-16
    • Faculty Director, Graduate Voice & Influence Program 2015-16
    • Graduate Voice & Influence Program 2014-15
    • Graduate Voice & Influence Program 2013-14
    Alison Dahl Crossley is the Associate Director of Stanford's Clayman Institute for Gender Research. She leads the Institute's strategic focus, operations, and academic and community relations, including the Institute’s fellowship programs and programming. She co-organized the Institute's Online Feminism Conference, drawing a diverse group of scholars and activists from across the country to discuss the challenges and...