Every semester, the Women’s Studies & Gender Studies program holds the Feminist Lecture Series as an opportunity for individuals or groups to present their research, academic, or professional work. The series includes a wide variety of topics and disciplines with special attention to women and gender in policy and global issues, social justice movements, reproductive rights, and interdisciplinary work. Click on "More Events" to see the dates for this semester's FLS!MORE EVENTS
Queer Theory Reading Group
Interested in learning more about the multi-faceted discipline of Queer Theory? Check out our Queer Theory Reading Group! This group arose from graduate students in the Spring 2020 Queer Theory course. The students wanted to continue their conversations and explore thinkers they did not review in the course. The readings are eclectic, trying to address various facets within the field. Sometimes theories from other disciplines are brought in, and the readers reflect queerly on them. Contact Eric Marsolek and Héctor García Chávez for more information to get involved!
Congratulations to our recent MA Graduates, Class of '23!
This last spring, we had graduates from every program offered. Our graduates with an MA WSGS are Lexi Berkowitz, Sarah Jeffries, and Mariana Hernandez Grassi. Mariana will continue their studies in the Education Ph.D. program at LUC. Our graduates in the dual degree program for an MA WSGS/MSW are Elliot Brugger, Ariel Fleenary, Zoë Naseef, and Natasha Slavin. We had one graduate in the dual degree program for MA WSGS/History, which is Madison Givens, who will continue their education with a Ph.D. in History at Emory University. Congrats grads!
Congratulations to our recent BA Graduates, Class of ‘23!
Congratulations to our undergraduate WSGS majors, Krystka Bugajski, Erin Bloom, Kinnady Jones, Katie Mullenix, and Max Pins! Max Pins will be continuing their education at LUC with the 4 plus 1 BA/MA program in History. Best of luck to our graduates in all future endeavors!
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Attention majors! WSGS 398/Internship is a requirement for your major. If you need to take this course over the summer or in the upcoming year, please begin thinking about what you want to do soon. You should review the WSGS Internship and Practicum page on the WSGS website (linked below). We strongly suggest that you meet with Dr. Hemenway to go over the syllabus and requirements for the internship so that you can be registered for the class and fill out required forms. VIEW