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Gensler Symposium


This conference explores how institutions embedded in patriarchy and racial hierarchies- like marriage, the military and science—are not necessarily a path to freedom, but a kind of sexual straitjacket.

September 19: GSFS Reception for New Faculty


Welcome back to campus! The Program in Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies (formerly known as WAGS) invites you to join us for a reception to welcome new faculty. When: September 19, 4:30-6:00 pm… Read More

New Faculty 2013


  Top row (l to r):  Michael Jordan, David Rodriguez-Solás, Robert Moeller, Glen Ernstrom, Clarissa Parker, Joseph Holler Middle row (l to r):  Christopher Andrews, Heather Richards-Rissetto, Ananya Christman, Alla Fil, Taejin Hwang,… Read More

2013 Gensler Symposium – Body Parts


Body Parts – Gensler Family Symposium on Feminism in a Global Context, April 8 to 12, 2013 Why do we associate breasts with women and muscled forearms with men?  Why do we think… Read More

2012-13 New Faculty


Please welcome our new faculty for 2012-2013. From left, front row:  John Lytle, Jamie Thomas, Judith Sierra-Rivera, Mayu Fujikawa, Rebecca Taurog, Lisa Mangiamele, Luis Casteñada, Masako Hoye, Robert Greeley, William Ames, Pam Berenbaum,… Read More

Carol Rifelj Faculty Lecture Series – Jason Mittell


Please join us for the first Carol Rifelj Faculty Lecture of the 2012-2013 academic year. Associate Professor Jason Mittell, Department of Film and Media Culture presents a talk titled, “Complex Television and Serial… Read More

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