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Get Involved with the GWS Student Club!

Sep 13, 2016
The Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies Student Club invites you to join us each Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in Room 085 af Appalachian Hall! Our club aims to examine the beliefs, attitudes, assumptions, and norms about gender, women, and sexuality and their intersections with race, ability, nationality, class, and other fields of study. Our goal is to analyze how power works in our society and to address issues of equity, diversity, and social justice in our world today. Contact Hayley...

Fall 2016 Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies Lecture Series Announced

Sep 13, 2016
The Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies Program invites students, faculty, and the general public to our Fall 2016 Lecture Series. All events are free and will take place in Room 114 of Belk Library at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, September 1: Valerie Wieskamp, Assistant Professor of Communication and Faculty Affiliate of Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies. “Representing Trauma: Story and Image in Movements to Address Sexual Violence.”Tuesday, September 20: Ann Pegelow Kaplan,...

2015 Women's History Month Events Announced

Mar 15, 2015
Made in India: A Film about SurrogacyMarch 5 in 114 Belk Library at 5:30pmThis film raises important questions about international surrogacy's ethical and legal implications, global corporate practices, human and reproductive rights, adn the commodification of the body. Directors: Rebecca Himoitz and Vaishali Sinha.Discussion facilitator: Sushmita Chatterjee, Assistant Professor of Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies in the Cultural, Gender, and Global Studies Department.This event is free...

Fall 2014 Women's Studies Distinguished Lecture Series Announced

Sep 24, 2014
We are pleased to announce the line-up for the fall 2014 Women's Studies Distinguished Lectures Series. All events are free and open to the public and will take place in 114 Belk Library at 5pm.September 17 Jill Ehnenn, Professor in the English Department, “’Poets and Lovers Evermore’: Michael Field as Female Aesthetes and Literary Co- Authors” September 24 Brenda Wright, Member of ASU's Board of Trustees and President and CEO of a United Way agency that provides programs for at-risk youth." “...

Dr. Kim Q. Hall appointed Women's Studies Director

Sep 24, 2014

Women's Studies joins new department

Aug 14, 2014
As of July 1, 2013, the Women's Studies program will be a constituent program within the newly-formed Department of Cultural, Gender, and Global Studies, in the College of Arts & Sciences. The other programs in the new department will be Global Studies and Interdisciplinary Studies. Our offices will remain in the Living Learning Center and we will continue to offer the B.A. in Women's Studies, the Minors in Girls' Studies, LGBT Studies, and Women's Studies, and the Graduate Certificate in...

Congratulations to Women’s Studies May 2014 Graduates

May 1, 2014
The Women’s Studies Program and the Department of Cultural, Gender, and Global Studies congratulates the following Women’s Studies students on their May 2014 graduation:Graduate CertificatesMeghann MurphyLyndsay Rae NewmanSamantha Thompson Women’s Studies Bachelor of ArtsJessica WestmorelandKelsey Boyajian receives her congratulatory certificate for a Women's Studies Minor from Dr. Sheila Phipps, Associate Professor of History (Women's History prof)  on April 25, 2014. Dr. Maggie...

Faculty Last Lecture with Dr. Cameron Lippard

Apr 15, 2014
The Women's Studies program congratulates Dr. Cameron Lippard, Women's Studies affiliated faculty and Department of Sociology associate professor, on his selection as the featured banquet speaker for the Faculty Last Lecture. The Faculty Last Lecture speaker is nominated by students and is selected to share their thoughts about life and life lessons as if this was his or her last lecture to Appalachian students. Dr. Lippard is known for challenging common stereotypes on race and race relations...

PRIVATE VIOLENCE featuring Kit Gruelle receives national exposure

Feb 6, 2014
“Private Violence,” a film featuring Kit Gruelle, long-time advocate against intimate partner violence in North Carolina and ASU graduate in Sociology and Women’s Studies (2012), was screened and reviewed at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival held in Park City, Utah.The film was also reviewed in Variety magazine, an honor in itself.Most recently Kit and filmmaker Cynthia Hill were interviewed by Amy Goodman on “Democracy Now.”Congratulations to Kit Gruelle and Cynthia Hill on the recent exposure...

Pakistani and American students discover their similarities during exchange program

Jan 28, 2014
Young Pakistani students, Appalachian State University students and Watauga County public school students spent some time together recently and found they were more similar than dissimilar despite living worlds apart.Elaine J. O'Quinn, a professor in Appalachian's Department of English and advocate for the girls' studies minor in the Department of Cultural, Gender, and Global Studies, facilitated the sessions.Read the whole story here.Pakistani students, Appalachian State University students...

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Dr. Kim Q. Hall
Director of Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies
hallki@appstate.edu
(828) 262-7603

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