It Gets Better When…

Co-Winner of the 2015 Margery Somers Foster Undergraduate Multimedia Award! Women’s and Gender Studies students from Rutgers University-Camden created this video as part of the It Gets Better Project. Students researched LGBTQ issues, storyboarded scenarios, wrote scripts, acted, casted, filmed, recorded audio, edited video, selected music, and planned a premier screening. The video was funded … Read more It Gets Better When…

LGBT BINGO

 Event Time and DateWednesday, October 14 2015, 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM Food, fun, prizes and a little education. Lets see what you know about the LGBTQ community, we’ll cover topics such as movies, music, history, facts and more! Multi-Purpose RoomRutgers University Camden

Reminder 2015: Celebrating 50 Years of LGBT History, Art, & Culture

On July 4, 1965, a small group of courageous LGBT activists picketed in front of Philadelphia’s Independence Hall. Women wore dresses and men were conservatively clad in suits and ties so they would all appear “normal.” They carried signs that unashamedly demanded equality for gays and lesbians from a society that treated them as criminals … Read more Reminder 2015: Celebrating 50 Years of LGBT History, Art, & Culture

Women’s & Gender Studies Director Authors Book Examining Social Reform in Gothic Writing

These days, when one thinks of Gothic literature, pop-culture phenomena such as Twilight, True Blood and Harry Potter may immediately spring to mind. But in a literary sense, the heyday of Gothic writing was in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, with the works of luminaries such as Horace Walpole, Charlotte Smith, Ann Radcliffe … Read more Women’s & Gender Studies Director Authors Book Examining Social Reform in Gothic Writing