Course Spotlight on GWS 355: Film, TV & Gender
Instructor Michael Shetina will teach GWS 355 this Summer 2015 semester. "This course will examine unconventional representations of gender and sexuality in current TV series and recent movies, as well as a few well-known earlier examples."
Alumna Spotlight on Deirdre Dlugonski
"My background in GWS has changed the way I consume and view popular media, shaped the topics that I choose to study in my research, made me think critically about the daily messages I send to my young son, and perhaps most importantly, helped me to be more comfortable calling myself a feminist."
Alumna Spotlight on Erin Heath
"I believe that GWS provides people with a sense of perspective about their own gendered experiences as well as an understanding of the variety and complexity of other people’s experiences."
Alumna Spotlight on Mallory Edgar
"Learning more about the history of the health professions – particularly through a critical lens that considered issues of race, sex, gender, etc. – actually helped to solidify my interest in public health."
- GWS Alumni Rachel Mattson curates 'Occuprint Posters'
The collection, curated by Mattson, is featured on “Activism and the Academy” issue of S&F Online.Occuprint originated out of an impulse to capture the diversity of the Occupy movement rather than assert some sort of a unified iconography.
- Stephanie Foote establishes Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities
GWS Chair Stephanie Foote is a co-founding editor of the new Journal Resilience.
- Mimi Thi Nguyen's article named most thought provoking on Bluestocking's Magazine
- GWS Professor Mimi Thi Nguyen's article on (Un)productivity in the Digital Age named one of t he most thought provoking articles of the year on on Bluestocking's Magazine.