Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College
Women's and Gender Studies



  • Portrait of Prof. Kim Miller

    Prof. Kim Miller awarded Kieter Chair

    The Jane Oxford Keiter ’64 Professorship is awarded to a senior member of the Wheaton faculty in the Humanities or Social Sciences for outstanding teaching and research that strengthens Wheaton’s traditional liberal arts curriculum and reinforces its commitment to scholarship and creative teaching. More »
  • Flurry of Fulbrights

    Five Wheaton students, including Women's and Gender Studies major Courtney Gilman, have won Fulbright awards this year. More »
  • 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 »
  • Combating violence against women

    Using grant money from the U.S. Department of Justice, Professor of English Charlotte Meehan creates a course that tackles issues of sexual assault. More »
  • Insight. Experience. Connections. - Danielle Dickinson ’17

    At Rosie's Place, a nonprofit women's shelter in Boston, Danielle Dickinson ’17 touched on various aspects of social justice, working in the public policy department, teaching classes, and tutoring ESL students. More »
  • Timeline For Today

    Students, professor present digital humanities project at national women’s studies conference in Puerto Rico More »
  • Sara Rosenblum '14

    Senior advocates for equality in the workplace

    Sara Rosenblum '14 uses Washington D.C. internship to protect women's rights. More »
  • irene_intlwomensday

    Celebrating International Women's Day

    Scholar to present talk: “Re-Imagining Immigrants as Heroes: The Visual Politics of Gender, Race and Immigration.” More »
  • Digital Humanities Assignment Earns National Recognition

    The digital timelines made by students for WMST 101 have caught the eye of the Chronicle of Higher Education. More »
  • "Sex and Work"

    Professor Tomasek discusses the history of gendered divisions of labor. More »