|Siegel, Deborah, PhD|
Deborah Siegel, PhD is an expert on gender, politics, and the unfinished business of feminism across generations. She is the author of Sisterhood, Interrupted: From Radical Women to Grrls Gone Wild (Palgrave Macmillan), co-editor of the literary anthology Only Child: Writers on the Singular Joys and Solitary Sorrows of Growing Up Solo (Harmony/Random House), founder of the group blog Girl w/Pen (girlwpen.com), and co-founder of both the webjournal The Scholar & Feminist Online and the website SheWrites.com. She currently works as a seminar leader and Midwest Director of The OpEd Project, a social venture designed to broaden the range of voices we hear from in public debate, beginning with women's. Deborah's writings on women, feminism, contemporary families, sex, and popular culture have appeared in venues including CNN.com, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Forward, Slate's The Big Money, The Huffington Post, The American Prospect, Ms., More. She has been featured on tv and radio including The Today Show, CBS This Morning, WNBC, WCBS, New York 1, Good Morning America Radio, Pacifica Radio, The Wendy Williams Experience, The Judith Warner Show, and The Joey Reynolds Show. Deborah earned her PhD in English and American Literature and Women's Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has been a Visiting Fellow at Barnard College and the University of Michigan and as of Fall 2012 will be a Visiting Scholar at Northwestern University. She is in the process of relocating with her family from Brooklyn to Chicago but lives consistently online at The Pink and Blue Diaries (http://deborahsiegel.tumblr.com), where she blogs about gender, parenthood, writing, and life.
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