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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 […]


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New WGSS Handbook for Graduate Students

Posted on 08/26/2020

The WGSS Program has published a new version of the WGSS Handbook for Graduate Students available electronically here. It collects […]


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Letter from Black UNCG Faculty

Posted on 07/09/2020

Black Faculty at UNCG has made a formal statement concerning the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others lost […]


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Congratulations WGSS Class of 2020

Posted on 06/30/2020

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


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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


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Cone Scholarship Winner: Azariah Journey

Posted on 04/11/2020

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies would like to congratulate Azariah Journey on winning the Cone Award for an Undergraduate Course […]


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2020 Assemblages: Anti-Oppression Works EVENT CANCELED

Posted on 03/13/2020

We are sorry to announce that this year’s Assemblages Symposium has been canceled due to University restrictions as a result […]


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WGS Archival Project

Posted on 03/10/2020

  In WGS 270 Intro to LGBTQ Studies, Dr. Carrie Hart designed an Archival Project to help students learn about […]


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WGSS Celebrates Our Housekeeping Staff with a Valentine’s Day Bash

Posted on 02/27/2020

The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program spent Valentine’s day celebrating the hardworking folks in our housekeeping department.   Housekeeping […]


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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