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Intergenerational Conversations about Sexuality and Gender Learn More >
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Intergenerational Conversations about Sexuality and Gender Learn More >
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SFSX (Safe Sex): Book Talk and Q&A with author Tina Horn Learn More >
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Intergenerational Conversations about Sexuality and Gender Learn More >
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On Trans Lyric: A Reading and Conversation About My Daily Actions, or The Meteorites Learn More >
 

News

Applications are Invited for the Thomas J. Peterson LGBTQ Studies Scholarship for Spring 2021

The Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies (GSWS) Program is excited to open applications for the

2020 Undergraduate Paper Prize Winner
The winning essay submitted for the GSWS Undergraduate Paper Prize this year is "Hustlin' and Bustlin' in the 70s:
Brackenridge Fellow Alison Hnatow Studies Netflix Series

Alison Hnatow, a double major in GSWS and Politics and Philosophy, has been awarded a Brackenridge Fellowship this summer to study Anne with an E, the 2017 Netflix and CBC adaption of L.M. Montgomery's novel Anne of Green Gables. Like the novel, the series presents a coming-of-age story that focuses on gender roles, societal and community integration, and interpersonal relationships.

 

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