Category: News | Pg 2 | Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies


WGSS Housekeepers Appreciation Event 2021

Posted on 02/19/2021

On Monday, February 15th, for the second year in a row, the WGSS program showed our appreciation for UNCG’s housekeepers. […]

2020 Election Analysis: Q&A with UNCG Faculty

Posted on 11/20/2020

With the country facing a pandemic, economic crisis, and civil unrest in response to racism and instances of racist violence, […]

Afterthoughts: Linda Arnold Carlisle Faculty Grant – Dr. Jen Feather

Posted on 11/18/2020

On October 30th, Dr. Jen Feather presented “‘rumor in ambiguo est’: Abusive Authority, Public Emotion, and Renaissance Theater.” Dr. Feather […]

Congratulations to Aries Powell, 2020 Cooper-DuBois Fellow!

Posted on 11/16/2020

Congratulations to Aries Powell, senior graduate assistant and second year Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies MA student, for being selected […]

Afterthoughts: Black Feminist Scholars Speak

Posted on 11/03/2020

On October 15th, the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program hosted “Black Feminist Scholars Speak: Pleasurable Musings on Race, Sexuality, […]

Afterthoughts: Dr. Lisa Tetrault: When Women Won the Right to Vote: An American Fiction – 2020 Zoom Lecture

Posted on 10/28/2020

On Wednesday, September 9th, Dr. Lisa Tetrault (Associate Professor of History at Carnegie Mellon University) returned to UNCG via zoom […]

Congratulations WGSS Class of 2020

Posted on 06/30/2020

A quick note from our Director of Undergraduate Studies, Sarah Jane Cervenak

Our 2020 Program Newsletter is ready

Posted on 05/06/2020

Please take a minute to check out our 2020 WGSS Program Newsletter! 2020 WGSS Newsletter

2020 Assemblages

Posted on 01/21/2020

The Call for Papers is now open! Please visit our Assemblages webpage for more info. 2020 Assemblages: Anti-Oppression Works

WGSS Mourns the Death of Feminist Pioneer Sally Cone.

Posted on 01/21/2020

UNCG Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program mourns the passing of the Greensboro philanthropist and feminist pioneer Sally Cone. A […]