Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
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Women's and Gender Studies



  • Portrait of Prof. Kim Miller

    Art as his(s)tory

    Professor Kim Miller's scholarship provides perspective on a controversy about public art in South Africa. More »
  • The Sit With Me Project Comes to Wheaton

    Pull up a chair and recognize the crucial role women play in the future of technology. Wednesday, December 5. Click for details. More »
  • Jill Lepore

    Historian Jill Lepore to visit Wheaton

    Harvard historian Jill Lepore will deliver this year's Ruby lecture, "The Meaning of Life: a History" and visit students in Art History and Women's Studies courses on November 13. More »
  • Women's Studies Mixer

    October 22, 2012
    Do you want to learn more about Wheaton's acclaimed Women's Studies major? Join Women's Studies majors and faculty members at this semester's mixer. Please join us at the Lyons Den for this fun and informal get-together and take advantage of free food and drinks!
    Lyons Den 6pm More »
  • Sex, Money, and Equality: Why Should Men and Women Care about this Election?

    November 1, 2012
    Come and hear Gayle Goldin, Strategic Initiatives Officer at the Women’s Fund of Rhode Island, speak about women’s rights in relation to the upcoming election! The lecture will focus upon reproductive rights and equal pay, as well as how these issues affect both men and women.
    Holman Room, Mary Lyon Hall 6:30pm More »
  • Martin Lecture Series presents Kecia Ali

    September 27, 2012
    The Religion Department welcomes feminist Islamic scholar and Boston University faculty member Kecia Ali, who will present a lecture entitled "Making Muhammad Modern: Love, Sex, and Death in Biographies of Islam's Prophet."
    Holman Room, Mary Lyon Hall 7:30pm More »
  • Constance Congdon presents "Is Sex Possible?"

    March 20, 2012
    Amherst College's playwright-in-residence, Constance Congdon, whom Pulitzer Prize winner Tony Kushner has called ''one of the best playwrights this language has produced,'' performs her one-woman play.
    May Room, Mary Lyon Hall 5pm More »