Laura Kipnis

Northwestern University

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Laura Kipnis is a professor of film studies at Northwestern University and the author of Unwanted Advances; Sexual Paranoia Comes to Campus.

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Kate Beckinsale has joined the growing list of women accusing Harvey Weinstein of everything from workplace harassment to rape.

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Kate Beckinsale has joined the growing list of women accusing Harvey Weinstein of everything from workplace harassment to rape.

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