Events | Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Critical Discourse Analysis Workshop

Posted on 03/04/2013

Kyoung-yim’s research interests lie in the area of gender and sport, globalization and transnationalism, migration, postcolonial language translation with a […]

Between Friends and Family

Posted on 04/04/2014

Between Friends and Family is a film by Rick Dillwood. When Mel and Carey asked Rick to be their sperm donor, […]

2014 Linda Arnold Carlisle Research Grant Presentation

Posted on 04/09/2014

Noelle Morrisette will present on her research about Harlem Renaissance poet and Southerner Anne Spencer (1882-1975)

Physical Activity and Quality of Life: Connecting KIN with WGS – a 4-year Update

Posted on 04/10/2014

Linda Arnold Carlisle Excellence Professorship Presentation “Physical Activity and Quality of Life: Connecting KIN with WGS – a 4-year Update“

Vagina Monologues

Posted on 04/11/2014

Women’s and Gender Studies along with Housing and Residence Life, Social Justice and Diversity Initiatives and the Residence Hall Association […]

Assemblages: Anti-Oppression Works

Posted on 04/25/2014

Assemblages: Anti-Oppression Works | UNCG’s First Annual Women’s and Gender Studies Research Symposium Friday, April 25th in the Alexander & […]

WGS Graduation Ceremony & Reception

Posted on 04/30/2014

Reception immediately following in the WGS Hallway and rooms – 3rd floor Curry Building

Love Your Body Week

Posted on 10/26/2014

Dis/continuous Re-memberings: Material Entanglements and Temporal Diffractions

Posted on 10/30/2014

Named for the late philosopher and UNCG Religious Studies Professor Warren Ashby (d. 1985), the Ashby Dialogues are an annual series of interdisciplinary discussions and programs designed to bring the community together to implement Ashby’s concept of the university as “freedom in the search for and service of truth.” These 2014–15 Ashby Dialogues promote conversations about the wide‐ranging concerns of Feminist Science Studies. Dr. Barad’s talk is open to the campus community and general public free of charge.

WGS Symposium: Assemblages

Posted on 02/20/2015

Assemblages Agenda Women’s & Gender Studies will host a research symposium on February 20 from 2:00 in Curry 336 and […]