Course Spotlight on GWS 580- Queer Theory and Methods
GWS 580 is offered in Spring 2014 with Professor Chantal Nadeau, Wednesdays from 2-4:50 p.m. This course examines the history of the field of queer theory and its methods, and explores recent developments.
Graduate Student Spotlight on Tad Andracki
"GWS, to me, has provided a space for people working in very different spaces and disciplines to come together to ask--and work toward answering--difficult questions that affect so many facets of our lives."
Alumni Spotlight on Dana Ahern
"GWS is a flexible program that can help no matter what field you enter...GWS also taught me critical thinking in new ways and it made me a better writer, speaker, and thinker. For me, GWS became my future, but even if you do not plan to go to graduate school for gender studies, GWS is a very flexible major and compliments many different fields."
- GWS Professor and Historian of South Africa Teresa Barnes on Nelson Mandela's Life and Legacy
- "I’m thinking of Mandela’s family and the people of South Africa – they have lost their father, their guiding light and the living voice of their freedom. It is so hard to speak of him, now, in the past tense. He had so many wonderful gifts: Perhaps most of all he was able to gracefully unite the personal, political and cultural elements of freedom"
- Hip Hop and Punk Feminisms Conference Documented on Storify
- Re-live or experience for the first time the conference through all the tweets from organizers, performers, speakers, and attendees, collected on Storify.
- In Memorium - José Estaban Muñoz (1967-2013)
- José Esteban Muñoz, author of Disidentifications: Queers of Color and the Performance of Politics and Cruising Utopia: the Then and There of Queer Futurity, died December 4, 2013 in New York City.