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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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09
SFSX (Safe Sex): Book Talk and Q&A with author Tina Horn Learn More >
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09
Intergenerational Conversations about Sexuality and Gender Learn More >
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16
On Trans Lyric: A Reading and Conversation About My Daily Actions, or The Meteorites Learn More >
 

News

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.

 

Pitt Again Ranked a Best College for LGBTQ+ Students

Happy Pride Month! For the fourth time, Pitt has been named a Best College for LGBTQ+ students, receiving five out of five stars.  

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