WGS Colloquium will feature Prof. Gillian Harkins speaking on “Virtual Pedophiles and Aesthetic Information.” The talk will begin at 4pm in Gilman 400, and will include light refreshments. Please get in touch if you’d like to make a disability accommodation request.
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This Wednesday, April 4th, we will have our Research Fellows Workshop, showcasing the research projects of the various recipients of WGS research fellowships from last year. This cross-discipline workshop will take place in Gilman 400 and features: Sarah Harrison (IS): “Women of the French Revolution: A Feminist Realist Perspective: Samavia Khan (MCB): “Perspectives of Domesticity: The […]
This week marks the return visit of our Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Susan Stryker. Her second “What Transpires Now” talk for this Wednesday will begin at 4pm in Gilman 400, presenting on “Frances Thompson: Disability, Sex-Work, and Sectional Conflict.” In the presidential election year of 2016, transgender issues revolving around public accommodations–particularly sex-segregated toilets–were a high-profile part of the political […]
Please join the Digital Diversity Seminar and the Sex and Slavery Lab as we discuss black LGBT digital practice with Bianca Laureano (founder of the Women of Color Sexual Health Network and the LatiNegrxs Project) and Amber J. Phillips (Reproductive Justice Advocate, writer, and co-host of the Black Joy Mixtape). Laureano and Phillips, both organizers […]
WGS is soliciting applications for summer research fellowships! These fellowships are to be used to fund independent research on issues related to gender and sexuality. Undergraduates may receive grants of up to $1,000; graduate students may receive grants of up to $2,000. Students who receive funding will be required to take part in a day-long […]
On Wednesday, February 28, WGS will host a roundtable around the recent book by WGS co-director Todd Shepard, entitled, Sex, France, and Arab Men, 1962-1979 (Chicago Press, 2018). Speakers on this round-table will include Seth Koven (Rutgers), Camille Robcis (Cornell), Chelsea Shields (Elizabethtown College), WGS co-director Katrin Pahl (JHU), and Todd himself. All are welcome at 4 p.m. in Gilman 400 for […]
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This lecture series, drawn from gender theorist and historian Susan Stryker’s work in progress of the same title, revisits three key figures from the transgender past to discuss their relevance for the present. More info on each of the “What Transpires Now” lectures — each of which will take place at 4 p.m. in Gilman 400: “Thomas/ine Hall: What Intersex Embodiment Can […]
Next week, a two-day series of roundtables will focus on “Gender, Kinship, and the Heritage of Colonialism in Algeria.” These talks are co-sponsored by WGS, with support from Africana Studies, Islamic Studies, and the History Dept. Talks will begin at 1pm on Tuesday, Dec. 5th in Gilman 388 (the T&S Room), and continue until 6pm. Day […]
In collaboration with the Italian program, CAMS, the Film and Media Program, and WGS, Marazzi will be on campus to visit with several courses, as well as showing two of her films — to be followed by Q&As — in Baltimore: 28(Gilman 50, 5:00 pm) screening and Q&A for Marazzi’s feature film All About You (2012), starring Charlotte Rampling. 29(Parkway Theatre, 7:00 pm): screening and […]