What I Was Wearing Exhibit

What I Was Wearing Exhibit

Katherine Blair
It is all too often that victims of sexual violence hear the question, “What were you wearing?” .This survivor art exhibit, first created at the University of Kentucky and inspired by the Dr…
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4 weeks agoWhat I Was Wearing Exhibit
Wonder Woman: Viewing and Discussion

Wonder Woman: Viewing and Discussion

Katherine Blair
Join us to watch this box-office smash hit, enjoy refreshments, and discuss with Sarah Bear - a Training & Outreach Coordinator at NJCASA (NJ Coalition Against Sexual Assault) Additio…
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1 month agoWonder Woman: Viewing and Discussion

Women’s & Gender Studies is an undergraduate interdisciplinary program for students who wish to explore gender and sexuality as social constructions that shape our thoughts, values, institutions, and relationships. Connected to this study is an investigation of how other social categories – especially race and class — affect our daily experiences.

Although Women’s & Gender Studies often concentrates on women’s lives and contributions, it is not only for and about women. Women’s & Gender Studies also analyzes how all of us exist within a complex web of privileges and social inequalities and seeks to challenge those injustices. 

We hope to see you in a Women’s & Genders Studies class soon!