Story posted May 14, 2009
Was Helen Gurley Brown a "bad girl" in her day? Is she a gold digger? How could she be considered a feminist icon?
Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies Jennifer Scanlon answered these questions as she discussed her biography, Bad Girls Go Everywhere: The Life of Helen Gurley Brown (Oxford University Press, 2009), on the WCSH newsmagazine 207.
The interview aired Thursday, May 14, 2009.
See a compilation of reviews and media coverage for Bad Girls Go Everywhere and learn more about the book here.
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