The curriculum there was extremely strong -relying on primary sources (no survey textbooks) and surprisingly broad for a commie school. We studied Kropotkin AND Bakuhnin!
From my 3.5 year experience there (I loaded up on credits and AP transfers to finish early) I learned to wince a little at the word "herstory".
Kelly Gallagher worked with a us a few months last year. All that time, I suspect she was working on this film. Here's her website.
"The Herstory of the Female Filmmaker".
It's created on 16mm Film and uses a whole variety of techniques: hand painted rotoscoping, claymation, scratching/coloring 16mm film, stop motion, cut-out animation.
The subject is exhaustive, pushing the length of the film upwards.
The graphics are raw and attractive and an upbeat energy is sustained throughout.