News & Events

  • Anthropology professor Chelsey Kivland reflects on her breast cancer diagnosis, and the meaning of disease, in both the United States and Haiti. Kivland teaches the cross-listed course ANTH 28/WGSS 42.05 Ethnography of Violence.

  • Iman AbdoulKarim '17 and Emma PeConga '16 are among the the sixteen students and alumni who have been offered Fulbrights this spring. Learn more about all Dartmouth's Fulbright scholarship recipients.

  • Professor Krell's new course in Spring 2017 is WGS 59.07/LATS 30.01 Latinx Performance at the 2A Hour.

    Elías graduated from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and College in Voice Performance and Ancient Greek, respectively, and sang opera professionally for three years before entering the PhD program in Performance Studies at Northwestern University and beginning their own music composition practice in the same year. Graduating with the degree in 2014, Elias was Consortium for Faculty...

  • “Practice humility and withhold judgment,” says Professor Pati Hernández. Students in WGSS 66.05 Telling Stories for Social Change created an original theater piece with residents of Valley Vista, an 80-bed inpatient alcohol and chemical dependency treatment center in Bradford, Vermont. ...

  • Affiliated Faculty Professor Irene Kacandes will deliver the Annual Zantop Lecture on November 5th, part of a celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Comparative Literature Program....

  • A collection of evening activities on Friday, Nov. 4, including a reception and a student poster session highlighting research on human rights, will kick off the annual Physicians for Human Rights Student Conference being held at the Geisel School of Medicine on Nov. 5. The topic of this year’s conference is Violence Against Difference.

  • Richard Rambuss, Professor of English, Brown University

    Monday, October 31st, 4:30 PM, Wren Room, Sanborn House

    This lecture, posed in a moment of fraught discussion of trigger warnings and safe spaces, reexamines sex, violence, and style in Stanley Kubrick's 1971 artport adaptation of Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange, one of the most controversial films of the past fifty years. The film's take on sex and violence was so controversial that the film was withdrawn from...

  • Friday, October 14, 2016
    3:30 PM • Kemeny 007

    This collaborative presentation brings together two scholars working on race, sound, and politics to discuss how racialized subjects approach music and artists who are perceived as being outside of proper identity formations. Summer Kim Lee will wrestle with the British goth singer Siouxsie Sioux’s Orientalist performance. Iván A. Ramos will consider the Latina/o following of the...

  • A Conversation on Gender and Professionalization.  Janet R. Jakobsen D'81 is Ann Whitney Olin Professor of Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies and former Director of the Center for Research on Women at Barnard College, where she has also served as Dean for Faculty Diversity and Development. She'll meet with students participating in WGSS's Senior Seminar, Feminist Theory and Methodology, on October 27.

  • Sixteenth Stonewall Lecture

    Making Sex—"I'm your physical lover."
    Thursday, October 27, 2016, 4:30 PM
    Haldeman 041

    Christina Crosby is a Professor of English and Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Wesleyan University. She is the author of A Body, Undone: Living on After Great Pain (2016) and The Ends of History: Victorians and the 'Woman Question' (1991).