It may not have been the graduation we were expecting, but we still found a way to honor and celebrate our graduating WSGS students. Click to hear from some of our grads about their WSGS experiences and their plans for the future. Congratulations! READ MORE
On November 10, Loyola Women’s Studies & Gender Studies partnered with local, feminist bookstore Women & Children First to host Rebecca Traister in conversation with Megan Stielstra regarding Traister’s latest book Good & Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women’s Anger. Women & Children First describes the book as “a vital, incisive exploration into the transformative power of female anger and its ability to transcend into a political movement.”
Last month, the Library of Congress awarded the inaugural Ken Burns Prize for Film to Loyola professor, Dr. Elizabeth Coffman and Vice President for Mission and Ministry of Georgetown University, Mark Bosco for their documentary film, Flannery, about the life and work of southern fiction writer, Flannery O’Connor.