The aforementioned excerpt has been extracted from ‘Feminist Interventions in the Histories of Art’ , a scholarly presentation by Griselda Pollock. . In her work, Pollock argues against the primitive social norms that position men as superior to women. It is against the notion of portraying masculinity as superior to femininity in any academic or social discipline. Pollock argues that studies of woman are not only concerned with women but with community and beliefs of others, this hold on to the domination position of men, within other combined and adjusting establishments of authority worldwide, particular those from class and race.In relevance with Pollock’s perspective on the purposefulness of women’s studies modern historian Karen Hagemann’s conceptualization of the origin and utility of women’s studies may be placed. Hagemann concreted her view in a literary presentation titled ‘Feminist and Gender Theory for Historians: A Theoretical and Methodological Introduction’ in association with notable guest lecturers. According to Hagemann’s perspective on the purposefulness of women’s studies resides in its recovering women’s lives from the negligence of historians.