Please Join Us On February 6th At 4PM In The Sternberg Lounge At The Honors College For A Talk Given By UPenn Professor, Dr. Josephine Park! Her Talk, "After the War in Korea," Will Be An Exploration Of The "Postwar" Concept In The Context Of The Korean War.
Come By On February 26th For A Talk Given By Joanna Wuest At 3:30PM In The Hill Memorial Library. Her Talk Is Titled "Born This Way Science, Citizenship, and Inequality in the American LGBTQ+ Movement." Refreshments Will Be Served!
Penelope Deutscher Will Be Visiting LSU Under The Auspices Of HSS Humanities Center's "Mini-Residencies." Her Public Lecture Begins At 6PM On April 18th. Title TBA. She Will Meet With Faculty And Graduate Students On April 17th At 3PM To Discuss Her book, "Foucault's Future: A Critique of Reproductive Reason." Stay Tuned For More Information.
Please Join Us in Celebrating Our Faculty, Students, and Program! WGSS is Hosting its Awards Ceremony on April 23rd From 3-5PM. Location TBD.
WelcomeWomen's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies is an interdisciplinary program that examines the ideological, cultural, and historical forces that have constructed and transformed gender and sexuality at the intersections of race, ethnicity, ability, class, age, and other social identity categories. Gender is a fundamental principle organizing contemporary society, and having a gender, being a gender, performing a gender, and inhabiting or exploring a sexuality are all central to who we are as human beings. As such, the study of women, gender, and sexuality is fundamental to all aspects of identity and experience. The program offers courses across a range of disciplines, periods, cultures, and texts to create a vibrant culture of intellectual exchange. Founded in 1991, we offer a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts with a concentration in Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, an undergraduate minor, and a graduate minor. We are proud to include faculty from every college at LSU, who represent over 25 departments. In the past, we have had a library which we recently donated to the Women's Center and to LSU's main library. Check out our program overview via Powerpoint!
What can you do with a WGSS degree?There are many amazing things you can do with a degree in WGSS and many ways in which this degree can combine and enhance your current major (if applicable) when on the post-college job market. In fact, did you know that there are more than 200 career paths you can follow with a degree in WGSS? Check out this list for career options available for a WGSS concentration or minor. If you are interested in finding out more about a six-class undergraduate minor or about concentrating in WGSS, email the Undergraduate Advisor, Challen Nicklen or if you are interested in a four-class graduate minor contact the Director of the Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Program, Benjamin Kahan. Stop by our office in 362 Hatcher to learn more!
Feb 20th - 2:00
March 21st - 1:00
April 24th - 2:00
Gender SnacksGender Snacks is a monthly gathering of WGSS faculty and grad students for exchanges ranging from the serious to the hilarious. We meet the first Thursday of every month at Mestizo’s anytime between 5 and 7 p.m. Join us and bring your WGSS friends and colleagues! Stay tuned for the next Gender Snacks!