- Academic English Studies (ESL)
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- Classical Studies
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- Exploration and Discovery
- Foreign Languages
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Recipients of the 5th Annual Dorothy Berkson Writing Award in Gender Studies are:
Eline Leemans (SOAN) and Faolan Thompson (HIST).
Congratulations and well done!
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
MSW grad student
Teams of students from any of the College’s three schools and recent alumni from the Classes of 2011 & 2012 are invited to submit an initial “Application to Participate” by Monday, February 11th.
Students who have been named to the Dean’s List for Spring 2012.
Working at a camp for future rockers might sound like the basis for a movie, but it’s just another day in the life for two young alumnae.
Paige Glowacky, Sociology/Anthropology major and Gender Studies Minor was chosen as the Class of 2012 senior speaker. Paige was also a co-chair of the 2012 Gender Studies Symposium.
Gender Studies Director and Anthropology Professor Deborah Heath explores the culture of science in NIH-backed project.
“Gender in the City” internship course leads to jobs for graduating seniors.
With 30 events taking place over the course of three days, the Gender Studies Symposium seeks to inspire conversation about where gender may be headed in the future.
Public Health grad student
I am a feminist.
CEO, Desert AIDS Project
Performance Artist / Author
Objection! Gender, Sex, Law, and Social Change
March 14-16, 2012
New Directions: Gender in the Future
March 9-11, 2011
The Science of Gender and Sex
March 10-12, 2010
Poverty, Property, and Personhood: Challenging Gender Injustice
March 11-13, 2009
BORDER CROSSINGS: Identities, Communities, Experiences
March 12-14, 2008
Our Voices, Ourselves
March 8-10, 2007
Body Language: Sexualities, Identities, and Time
March 8-10, 2006
Taking Liberties: Power, Change, and Expression
March 9-11, 2005
Gender in Conflict
March 10-12, 2004
gender and the arts
March 12-14, 2003
Sexualties and Gender: Stories and Revisions
March 13-15, 2002
Gender and Activism: Looking Back, Marching Forward
March 14-16, 2001
Gender and Popular Culture
March 8-10, 2000
Examining the Issues: Gender, Poverty, and Health
March 10-12, 1999
What Color is Your Collar? Gender, Class, and Culture
March 11-13, 1998
Under Construction - Voices Across Generations
March 5-7, 1997
The Gender Studies Program is located in Miller Center for the Humanities.
Director Deborah Heath
Symposium Director Kimberly Brodkin
Administrative Coordinator Nancy J. Hugg
Gender Studies Program
0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road, MSC 63
Portland, Oregon 97219