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


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 […]

Congratulations to the New McNair Scholars from WGSS

Posted on 12/13/2019

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies is thrilled to have three undergraduate WGSS majors inducted as McNair scholars this year! These […]

Congratulations to UNCG WGS Alumna Hannah Dudley Shotwell on her new book

Posted on 11/21/2019

Congratulations to UNCG WGS Alumna Hannah Dudley Shotwell . Her new book: Revolutionizing Women’s Healthcare: The Feminist Self-Help Movement in […]

Program Name Change

Posted on 11/05/2019

Honoring the centrality of sexuality and queer studies to the field of women’s and gender studies, we are now the […]

Afterthoughts: Dr. Lisa Tetrault: When Women Won the Right to Vote: An American Fiction (2019)

Posted on 10/29/2019

On Monday, October 21, Dr. Lisa Tetrault (Associate Professor of History at Carnegie Mellon University) spoke with us about the […]

Afterthoughts: E. Patrick Johnson: Black. Queer. Southern. Women.

Posted on 10/23/2019

We had a wonderful turnout for the talk given by North Carolina native Dr. E Patrick Johnson, who spoke about […]

Afterthoughts “The Mind of a Man: Finding Self in the Age of Toxic Masculinity

Posted on 04/25/2019

The Women’s and Gender Studies Program welcomed Michael Robinson on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 as he facilitated a conversation on […]

Afterthoughts: Linda Arnold Carlisle Faculty Research-Dr. Yarneccia Dyson

Posted on 04/08/2019

The Women’s and Gender Studies program would like to thank this year’s Linda Arnold Carlisle Faculty Research Award recipient, Dr. […]


Posted on 02/12/2019

  The Women’s and Gender Studies Program would like to thank everyone who attended our panel on “Feminism and Incarceration.” […]