Women's Studies Graduation 2014
Current Lane Hall exhibit - The Salamander Project by the Olimpias Disability Culture Collective
Graduate Class, WS 531 Intro. to LGBTQ Studies
Welcome To Women's Studies
Founded in 1973, the department is a diverse intellectual community dedicated to excellence in feminist research, teaching, and activism. Our work aims to bridge gender, racial, economic, religious, and national divides; create knowledge about women, gender, race, and sexuality; challenge power inequities; and improve the lives of all people.
- Breanne Fahs, Psychology & WS PHD alum and professor at Arizona State offers extra credit for defying gender norms on body hair. Read more Inside Higher Ed. July 7, 2014
- "Sexy Thoughts, Sexy Data," a profile of Professor Sari van Anders in The Science Magazine July 1, 2014
- Professor Elizabeth Armstrong is quoted in a Forbes article, Hooking Up And Marriage: Luxury Goods For Educated Millennials June 19, 2014
- Caught in the Cross-Publics of the "Muslimwoman"
Speaker: Lila Abu-Lughod, Anthropology and Gender Studies, Columbia University
- 6:00 PM
- Rachel Carson and Her Sisters: Extraordinary Women Who Have Shaped America's Environment
Speaker: Robert K. Musil
- Thirty Years of "Thinking Sex"
Speaker: Gayle Rubin, Anthropology and Women's Studies, and others
- 5:00 PM