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Based on an analysis of classroom discussions and online reading responses, this essay explores how an all-women group of University of Pittsburgh undergraduates responded to The Lowell Offering, a collection of writings by mid-19th century women textile workers. While Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg equates "leaning in" to claim one's place in the male-dominated corporate world with youthful feminist success, what to make of the inspiration these ambitious women students founddoi:10.5195/rt.2015.138 fatcat:yp7swafahjhadiywpoyq7norru