Guide for New Students
Director: Professor Barbara Allen
The Women's and Gender Studies program provides an interdisciplinary meeting ground for exploring questions about women and gender that are transforming knowledge across disciplinary lines in the sciences, social sciences, arts, and humanities. The program explores the intersections of gender with class, sexuality, ethnicity and race as central to social and cultural analysis.
Can I major in it? Both a major and a concentration are offered.
Topics explored: Feminist theory, women's history, health and reproduction, transnational feminisms, women in Asia, and women in literature.
How to get started: Interested first-year students should start by taking WGST 110: Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies.