Alumnus Spotlight on Tad Andracki
"Having a background in GWS has been useful in some "concrete" ways—making me conscious of the gender, race, and sexual components of our library collection, for example—but I'd like to think that it makes a difference in my day-to-day practice as an educator."
Graduate student spotlight on Jean Lee
"I've most enjoyed the seminars and professors in the GWS program. GWS also introduced me to critical activism within and outside the university setting. That has changed how I approach my research and teaching practices."
Graduate Student Spotlight on Kate Irwin
"My favorite part about being a member of the GWS community is connecting with graduate students and faculty from other departments and campus units. I have grown as a scholar, and more generally, as a person, by hearing the different experiences and approaches to scholarship that they bring to the table."
- GWS Professor Teresa Barnes on Liberal Defenses of Apartheid
- If you missed the lecture from GWS Professor Teresa Barnes on "A Liberal Defense of Apartheid" you can now watch it on our Media page!
- GWS graduate student Megan Condis blogs on "Trolls and Terrorism"
- Condis writes on the recent threats against women gamers and #GamerGate.
- GWS Professor Ruth Nicole Brown edits new book Disrupting Qualitative Inquiry
- Disrupting Qualitative Inquiry is an edited volume that examines the possibilities and tensions encountered by scholars who adopt disruptive qualitative approaches to the study of educational contexts, issues, and phenomena