News & Events

  • The Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Prograrm extends a warm and enthusiastic welcome to a fantastic cohort of faculty and fellows joining us this year:

     

    Carolyn 아름 Choi

    Carolyn 아름 Choi is a Ph.D. candidate in Sociology and...

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  • The Consortium of Studies in Race, Migration, and Sexuality recently shared a message of solidarity, providing support and resources to our community.

    Read the full message and find resources.

    The Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program stands with and endorses this message and their work.

  • Jennifer Sargent, a visiting associate professor of writing for the Institute for Writing and Rhetoric and the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies program, has been appointed chair of the New Hampshire Adult Parole Board. She started her new position on Jan. 15, succeeding outgoing chair Donna Sytek.

    Before...

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  • The Dartmouth Consortium in the Studies of Race, Migration, and Sexuality (RMS) is an interdisciplinary research and teaching initiative aimed at deepening social and cultural analyses of worlds and works shaped by the colonial and transnational forces of race, migration, and sexuality.  Our Consortium encourages and emphasizes a range of practices anchored in the intellectual study of race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, class and embodiment, and citizenship and migration across a...

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  • Bethany Moreton will serve as a Visiting Fellow at The New School's Robert L. Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies. She co-coordinates Dartmouth’s colloquium in Critical Finance Studies and co-edits the Columbia University Press book series Studies in the History of U.S. Capitalism. Her work includes To Serve God and Wal-Mart: The Making of Christian Free Enterprise (Harvard, 2009), which won the OAH’s Frederick Jackson Turner Award and...

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  • When students return to Hanover this month, they will have the option to choose the name, pronouns, and gender identity by which they wish to be known on campus via DartHub, the landing page for Banner, Dartmouth's student information system.

    "As a community, Dartmouth recognizes that it is important for students to be known by the names they choose," says Provost Joseph Helble. "The College now has the infrastructure to make it easy for students to make their chosen names known."...

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  • This month and next, Dartmouth will host six public lectures to draw attention to the ways black women and girls are disproportionately subjected to violence in American society—and often ignored by social justice movements.

    The series, “#SayHerName: Intersectionality and Violence Against Black Women and Girls,” will bring to campus leading scholars in the field—among them Columbia University and UCLA law professor Kimberlé Crenshaw, who coined the term “intersectionality” as a way of...

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  • Assistant Professor of Religion Zahra Ayubi has received a grant from the Greenwall Foundation's Faculty Scholars program to continue her research on the intersections of bioethics, gender, and religion within the context of Islam. She is one of four scholars from around the country to receive the award this year. A longtime affiliate of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Professor Ayubi will teach WGSS 43.06/REL 28.04 Gender in Islam in Spring 2020....

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  • Gabrielle Bozarth '17 was a double major in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Government, and her honors thesis received the "Excellence in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies" Prize.  Through Fulbright, Bozarth will earn a master’s in social science research methods at Cardiff University, looking at how Welsh women are affected by incarceration in the U.K. “There’s this dynamic where there are men’s prisons popping up in Wales, but no women’s prison, so women are being exported...

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  • Associate Professor of Government Deborah Jordan Brooks and a team of students have created a website that consolidates information on global menstrual health education and access to menstrual products for low-income girls and women around the world. 

    Dubbed IMHER—the International Menstrual Health Entrepreneurship Roundup—the site provides information of use to small-scale,...

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