A People's History of Middlebury College

a history of Middlebury College centered on marginalized voices, social/political mobilizations, and periods of struggle

A People's History of Middlebury College


In this section of the website you will learn about the relationship between education and action. How have students become radicalized on Middlebury’s campus? In what ways have professors pushed back against the ‘objective’ academic status quo by bringing in conversations on politics, identity, and social change? How have different pedagogies affected who students become after graduation? These are all questions that we hope you keep in mind as you read this section and learn about the histories of the Women’s and Gender studies Department (now the Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies Department), challenges to the school curriculum, and political professors over the years.

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