We examine the social understanding of gender issues as they relate to various dimensions of life, including sexuality, race and class, business and politics, artistic movements, law, the media, and more. In addition to our doctoral program, we offer a Bachelor of Arts degree and minors for both undergraduate and graduate students. Our interdisciplinary courses encourage you to examine the complex constructions of gender throughout history, in different cultural arenas, and in varying global processes so you can contribute to the conversation. View more about undergraduate courses Learn about our graduate courses. Our engaged faculty are committed to interdisciplinary research and recognized for global scholarship.
Women's and Gender Studies
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Jump to navigation. Read More. Tina Escaja is compelled by resistance. Read more. The Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies program at UVM is an interdisciplinary program devoted to the study of gender and sexuality as fundamental categories of social and cultural analysis. Gender the social meaning of the distinction among sexes and sexuality sexual identities, discourses, and institutions are studied as they intersect with class, race, ethnicity, disability, nationality and transnational movements. Apply Now.
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Include lectures, panel discussions, conferences, and film festivals. Equip students with critical and analytical skills. Traditional academic disciplines have devoted little systematic attention to issues of gender, race, class, and sexuality. Monday, April 12,
The Women and Gender Studies and Queer Studies Department stands in solidarity with our Asian Pacific Islander Desi American APIDA communities across the country as they respond to the violence of March 16, the spike in violence and hate crimes that has followed, and the historical systemic racism that predicts such acts. As such times demand, we also and simultaneously hold up, affirm, and stand in solidarity with our Black students, colleagues, and communities across the country as they, too, respond to the systemic violence, racism and police violence that continues. This site is maintained by Women and Gender Studies Department. To report problems or comments with this site, please contact kketchum fullerton. All Rights Reserved.