Women's and Gender Studies

Mosiac of Knowledge campus-community

Spring 2018 Events

WGS Community

Sexual Harassment & #ClarkToo

Friday, April 26
Fishbowl, Data Commons, 12:00 p.m.

presented by Professor Cynthia Enloe
Founded in 2006 by Tarana Burke, the #MeToo movement helps women survivors of sexual violence. See flyer.

WGS Student

First WGS Honor Thesis

Wednesday, May 2
Women's and Gender Studies Senior, Anna-Louise Noden '18, is the first to complete a Honors Thesis for Women's and Gender Studies and received high honors on Bad Behavior: Diagnosing and Treating Nymphomania Across the Female Life Cycle at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. Her readers were Professor Amy Richter, Ph.D., History; Professor Nina Kushner, Ph.D., History; and Professor Kristen Williams, Ph.D., Political Science.

 

 

 

Academic Spree Day

Thursday, April 12
This year's Academic Spree Day, an annual display and celebration of Clark students' research and creative works, will include a presentation by WGS student Margaret E. Foster ('18) on "Beyond Binaries: Queerness as Transcendence." Sponsored by Jennifer Plante.

Margaret E. Foster is also the co-recipient of the 2018 Howard Bonar Jefferson Award, which is awarded to a student who has “demonstrated academic excellence, breadth of intellectual interests, depth of intellectual commitment, and scholarly or creative achievement".