Women's History Alumnae/i

Contact

Director of Graduate Admissions

E-mail Emanuel

914.395.2371

The Women’s History Graduate Program prepares students for a variety of careers—alumnae/i of the program have gone on to become educators, activists, archivists, and archeologists, and many have earned PhDs.

Our Alumni

Erin Hagen MA '15

Erin Hagen MA '15
"There are two reasons the Sarah Lawrence Women’s History Program produces graduates that go on to do incredible things (both inside and outside the field of women’s history). The first is that the program attracts a cohort of bright feminists with extremely diverse research interests. The second is that each and every Sarah Lawrence faculty member who works with the women's history students is challenging, compassionate, and completely invested in the growth of their students."

Toni-Anne Vinell Stewart MA '14

Toni-Anne Vinell Stewart MA '14

"I chose Sarah Lawrence for graduate school because as an undergraduate student I knew that the College is a place that supports individual academic growth, nurtures our curiosity, and supports unique thought. When I saw myself becoming more invested in historical narratives and representations of women's struggle for political and economic empowerment, I knew I couldn’t study women’s history anywhere else but Sarah Lawrence."