The death of feminism at British universities

Telegraph.co.uk

The death of feminism at British universities

By Harry Mount

Quietly, without much fanfare, women’s studies has disappeared from British universities.

In the 70s, 80s and 90s, thousands of students across the country took the subject.

Over the last five years, numbers have dropped by 75 per cent and only 35 students are doing it this year. This summer, the last place offering the course, London Metropolitan University, is stopping women’s studies altogether…(Full Story)

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Fathers for Life:  Unfortunately, the trend indicating that women’s studies vanishes into oblivion is not quite as pronounced in the rest of the world and on the Internet.

  Search Returns
Date Women’s
Studies
Men’s
Studies
Women’s
Studies
Program
Men’s
Studies
Program
2006 08 28 24,100,000 602,000 340,000 686
2006 09 14 11,500,000 398,000 330,000 636
2007 03 24 2,770,000 296,000 269,000 594
2007 04 11 2,570,000 275,000 261,000 1,110
2007 07 14 2,160,000 465,000 238,000 1,060
2007 08 13 7,580,000 675,000 239,000 1,080
2007 10 09 6,030,000 409,000 68,200 919
2007 11 25 2,300,000 388,000 77,000 69
2007 12 30 6,200,000 561,000 73,600 58
2008 02 12 5,900,000 607,000 76,000 57

 

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