WGSS Brown Bag Event:
Wednesday, March 27th @ 1pm
Library Special Collections, Melville
SAVE THE DATE!
WGSS Graduate Conference:
Friday, April 5th 2019
Keynote: Shanté Paradigm Smalls,
Assistant Professor of English, St. John’s University
News and Announcements
WGSS graduate student Rachel Corbman's article entitled, "Does Queer Studies Have an Anti-Empiricism Problem?" is published in GLQ Journal . Article details here.
Check out this new article by WGSS professor Lisa Diedrich - " Being-becoming-monster: Mirrors and Mirroring in Graphic Frankenstein Narratives" published in Literature and Medicine.
WGSS graduate students Alexandra Novitskaya and Rachel Corbman have their work published in the Global Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) History . Congratulations Alex & Rachel!
WGSS associate professor, Ritch Calvin, weighs in on the new Gillette ad and its controversial message regarding masculinity in this recently published Newsday article.
WGSS associate professor Liz Montegary's book, Familiar Perversions, has been named 2018 Outstanding Academic Title by the American Library Association Choice magazine. The book is declared "an indispensable text for all librarians" - congratulations, Liz!
A statement of Solidarity with Trans People put together by the WGSS Graduate Students: #WontBeErased The WGSS Department invites graduate students, undergraduates, faculty, and staff across the university to read our statement and sign as a statement of solidarity and support, and to elicit a response from the university administration. Click here to add your name.
The department offers a Bachelor of Arts, Minor, and Combined Undergraduate Degree with a Master in Public Health (MPH).
The department offers a PhD and MA in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, as well as a Graduate Certificate.