A Place Where Girls' Voices are Heard
Generating scholarship is a central part of the TGP experience where Faculty, Teaching and Research Assistants known as Emerging Girlhood Scholars, conduct research in and on the Project. Scholarship generated by TGP is used to evolve the Project and advance knowledge produced with and about girls’ lives. Take the time to explore some of the amazing scholarship we've created so far.
In 2018, in celebration of ten years of transformative teaching, learning, service and feminist scholarship, TGP brought together Girlhood scholars, girl-serving organizations, change makers, and TGP alumni for a conference featuring speakers Dr. Dominique Hill and Councilor Ayanna Pressley.
An Enthusiastic Yes: Healthy Relationships and Consent
The Girlhood Project Tool Box: Activities for Engaging our whole selves
The Personal is Political: Engaging Girls in Community Advocacy
Queering Identity: Breaking the Binary of Girlhood
Making for Social Change
In 2020, The Girlhood Project was interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing faculty, facilitators, and students alike to transition online almost overnight. In the article "The Girlhood Project: Pivoting our Model with Girls During COVID-19", we describe how we adapted TGP's model to a virtual and synchronous platform for students during COVID-19 and supported their learning competencies. We reflect critically on this experience by centering the voices and perspectives of girls, students, and professors.
The article was published in Girlhood Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal (Volume 13, Issue 3) in December 2020. It can be accessed online by clicking the link below.
In 2021, our Intern (Fia Walklet) decided to create The Girlhood Project's first ever Zine, Girlhood Pulp. She was inspired by an article that positioned Zines as catalysts for activism, subverting mainstream print media's historical de-centering of marginalized voices, including girls' voices. Our 2021 students each submitted a piece responding to the girl-specific issues we covered in our course.
Girlhood Pulp is free on Flipsnack! Click below to access:
COMMUNITY OF SCHOLARS DAY
The Girlhood Project has had the honor of presenting at Lesley's Community of Scholars Day (COS) where students, facilitators, and faculty showcase the scholarship they have generated. Community of Scholars Day is an all-day conference honoring inquiry, research, creative activity, and scholarship at Lesley University.
Find out more about Lesley's Community of Scholars
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Explore some of the theory that informs our work with girls.