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Spring Events

Most of our planned spring-term events are now on our web calendar. We hope you will join us for part 2 of our "Gender and the Global" series. We have events in feminist studies, transgender studies, masculinity studies, and sexuality studies, with questions of race, ethnicity, and nation front and center. Two of the events center on teaching and pedagogy as well. As always, our events are meant to bring cutting-edge research to the Pitt community.  

Photos from the Iris Marion Young Ceremony

Program Name Change Proposal

At its Sept. 13, 2013 meeting, the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences Council voted to support the Program's request to change its name to "Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies." With the School's support, the request has been sent to the Provost's office for a final decision. The Dietrich School's minutes are available here: http://www.as.pitt.edu/sites/default/files/November%202013%20Gazette.pdf

 

Faculty Fellow Spring '14

Laura Brown from the Anthropology Department is the inaugural recipient of the Pitt Faculty Fellowship in Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies. She will receive release time to work on her gender-based research, will teach a 1000-level course in WS in spring term 2014, and will participate in the research activities of the Program.

Grad courses AY '14-'15

We are planning to offer Theories of Gender and Sexuality [fall term], Gender and the Body [fall term], and Queer Theory [spring term]. 

New Spring 2014 Course Offering- Wired Women

Photos from Martin Manalansan's Lecture

On Oct. 17, the Program hosted a talk by Prof. Martin Manalansan titled "Queer Dwellings: Migrancy, Precarity and Fabulosity” in the Humanities Center. Some photos from the event can be viewed here.

Spring 2014 Course Offerings

Check out the courses being offered for the spring term:

The winners of the 2013 Iris Marion Young Award have been announced

Read more for descriptions of the winners.

New Spring 2014 Undergraduate Course - Sex & Sexualities

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