Please join us for our special Women's History Month programming. For the entire month of March, you can sit in on Women's and Gender studies classes. For a full list of the courses and times please click here.
Our annual luncheon for International Women's Day will take place on March 8. Dr. Sarah Khan will give a talk titled "Bowing to No One: An Indigenous Woman Farmer." For more information please click here.
Estelle Freedman will present the annual Ruby Lecture on March 23. For more information please click here.
Women's and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary academic program explicitly dedicated to the study of women, gender and sexuality in all areas of human life. As an academic field, Women's Studies starts from the assumption that gender shapes both individual lives and social institutions. Our curriculum provides students with a theoretical framework for analyzing and acting upon the intersections of gender, race, class and sexuality, both historically and in contemporary societies worldwide.
You can read more about women's studies in the article "Women's Studies: Transform the World."