2000 grads

The first graduating class of Gender Studies majors in 2000

Leila Ahmed

Lelia Ahmed gives a lecture in May 2012

Alison Bechdel and student

Alison Bechdel speaks with a student at an exhibition of her work

Lauren Berlant and Mel Chen

Professor Lauren Berlant introducing guest speaker Mel Chen

Lauren Berlant and Kristen Schilt

Professors Lauren Berlant and Kristen Schilt participate in a zine making workshop

Hillary Chute and Alison Bechdel

Professor Hillary Chute and Alison Bechdel

Classroom

Students participate in a classroom discussion at CSGS

Community room

The Community Room at 5733 S University

center door

Center entrance

2011 fellows

CSGS Fellows in 2011

5733 exterior

The exterior of 5733 S University

Student question

A student asks a question after a talk by Kimberly Peirce in October 2011

Courses

Spring Courses

This spring, for the first time, Gender and Sexuality Studies will offer two courses to be team-taught by graduate students from different PhD programs. The courses were chosen from several outstanding proposals and we are very excited to be offering them. They are “Women Possessed: Religion, Gender, and Sexuality in Early America,” taught by Katie Krywokulski of English and Alison Davis of the Divinity School and “Gender, Sexuality, and Islamic Traditions,” taught by Mariam Sheibani of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations and Timothy Gutmann of the Divinity School. Also in spring, Brandon Hill, Executive Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health, returns to the Center to teach a new course, “The Gender of Biology.”

For a list of Spring Quarter 2016 GSS courses and descriptions, please click here.

Please click here for the Gender and Sexuality in World Civilizations syllabus.