Undergraduate and Graduate students from all disciplines are invited to submit proposals for the annual WGSS Symposium!
Proposals must include a cover sheet with: Title of Presentation, Names and contact info of presenters/panel members, name of faculty sponsor, and a description of the presentation or copy of the paper.
WGS 398: Professional Practice in WGS - Spring 2022
In collaboration with Milner Library, the WGSS Program seeks students to help organize and plan the WGSS @ ISU 50th Anniversary Retrospective to be held AY 2022-2023. Students enrolled in WGS 398: Professional Practice Internship in WGSS will work with the Assistant Director of WGSS and Milner Library to archive and curate materials, and conduct oral histories, to showcase the Program’s vital history. Email email@example.com for more information.
WGS 120: Gender, Sex, and Power - Spring 2022
An interdisciplinary introduction to how gender and other structures of domination shape societies; how individual and collective actions engage and transform these structures. Register for this course.
Queer Studies Concentration
This stand-alone concentration focuses on LGBTQIA+ histories, political movements, aesthetics, arts, cultures, literatures, scholarship, contemporary experiences, and social formations.
Requirements: WGS 120, WGS 292, WGS 392, and one additional elective. Find out more!.
Call for artifacts
The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program seeks artifacts (photographs, brochures, posters, correspondences, etc.) related to the Annual Symposium, and the program more generally, to be featured in a series of upcoming online and physical exhibits celebrating the 25th Annual Symposium and the 50th Anniversary of the Program. Lenders will retain ownership of any artifact selected for exhibition. To submit an artifact, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
WGS 391/COM 390: Black Feminist Thought - Spring 2022
Dr. Ashley Hall T/R 11-12:15
Learn about the intellectual, political, and creative contributions that African American women have made to feminist and womanist scholarship and activism at the intersections of race, gender, class, sexuality, nationality, and immigration status. Register for this course.