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Dr. Sara Ahmed: “The Institutional As Usual…” Afterthoughts

WGS welcomed Dr. Sara Ahmed Thursday, October 18, 2017, for a lecture based on her recent research called “The Institutional […]


Contemporary Feminisms: Disability Panel Afterthoughts…

WGS would like to thank Dr. Nirmala Erevelles and Dr. Theri Pickens for speaking at our “Contemporary Feminisms: Disability” panel […]


“Challenging White Supremacy”…Afterthoughts

WGS would like to thank everyone who participated in the “Challenging White Supremacy” event last week. Both the panelists and […]


#NODAPL: INDIGENOUS RESISTANCE AT STANDING ROCK

On February 16th, WGS hosted three scholars and activists who have been deeply involved in the movement against the Dakota […]


Queer Trans Race Empire Symposium

For this event, Women’s & Gender Studies was proud to bring together a range of scholars who in various ways are […]


Women’s History Month Exhibit featuring Dr. Sarah Colonna

Throughout the month of March, Women’s and Gender Studies alumni and Friend, Dr. Sarah E. Colonna, has hosted a biographical […]


What The American Health Care Act Means For Women’s Health featuring Dr. Lisa Levenstein

Dr. Lisa Levenstein is an Associate Professor of History and Women’s and Gender Studies. She was recently featured in an […]


Students Stage Voting Rights Teach-In

    On October 24, students in Lisa Levenstein’s HIS 524, Voting Rights in Recent US History (a course with […]


WGS Alumni Holden Cession featured in the NY Times

WGS Alumni Holden Cession was recently featured in an article by Molly Wharton titled “What’s God Got to Do With […]


After Orlando

Dear WGS students, faculty, staff, and supporters, It’s been a week since the atrocity in Orlando, in which 49 people […]


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