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Join us this Thursday at the UofM Art Museum for our Fall Women’s and Gender Studies Open House! We’ll be viewing (re)Framing Gender and celebrating our student artists!


Join us this Friday at 4 for WGST Happy Hour!


Want WGST credit for studying abroad? Come by tomorrow at 2:30 to learn about our upcoming trip to Greece and Italy! Scholarships available!

Photos from UofM Women’s & Gender Studies's post 05/04/2023

As the semester comes to a close, we want to thank you all for your support of the WGST program this academic year. Special thanks to our Works in Progress Symposium presenters and attendees! Photos from the WIPS event courtesy of Amanda Lee Savage.

Photos from UofM Women’s & Gender Studies's post 04/19/2023

Congrats to our Women's and Gender Studies 2023 student award winners! Fredrika Cowley (pictured here with Dr. Menson-Furr and Dr. Gnanadass), Jill Fredenburg, and Sulan Roachell. Photo credit: Amanda Lee Savage


Join us this Thursday for the Interdisciplinary Studies Picnic! We’ll be in the UofM Garden (between the track and parking garage) from 4-6.

Photos from UofM Women’s & Gender Studies's post 03/28/2023

Join us this Thursday to hear from our four WGST Faculty Research Grant Winners!


This Friday!


Happy Women’s History Month! This year UofM celebrates “Women Who Tell Our Stories.” For the full calendar of events, managed through Student Leadership and Involvement, visit here: https://www.memphis.edu/whm/calendar/index.php


For our majors (and anyone) at our Lambuth location!


Prof. Beverly Tsacoyianis will be speaking about disability studies in the Middle East as well as her next book project on Jewish, Christian, and Muslim ideas and practices around mental health in Jerusalem and nearby areas in the 1900s to the 1970s at the next On One Foot: Jewish Faculty Lecture Series. To register: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0kd-6rqTotGtNYJHoyFr1t7cpXd-g6TNPi


Join us this Friday to hear Dr. Nunley ‘s talk “Archives and Erasure: Justice for the Lives of Enslaved Women.” For the full slate of events for the GAAAH conference, see the link in our bio.


Stonewall Tigers GSA's first spring meeting is coming up! If you are an LGBTQ+ member or ally this is a great way to get involved, make your voice heard, and become a part of a fantastic campus community.

Photos from Memphis Historians's post 10/31/2022

Join us next Friday, October 21st for this important conversation.


Join the Women+’s Mentorship Network this Thursday. Dr. Breshears will discuss “Trauma and Healing” as part of the group’s series on work-life boundaries and well-being in academia. Scan for Zoom link.


Head to the library tomorrow to register to vote between 10-2! If you’re free at 12:30, go on up to the second floor to hear more about the power of your vote and to get some free pizza! 🗳 🍕 🎉


Interested in the aerospace industry? Check out this great summer internship program!


This Thursday!

UofM Hispanic Film Festival
Miriam miente (2019)
Thursday, Sept. 15 at 6 PM
Dixon Gallery and Gardens

Award-winning filmmakers Natalia Cabral and Oriol Estrada’s debut feature film follows the story of 14-year-old biracial Dominican, Miriam, (brilliantly portrayed by Dulce Rodríguez), as she prepares for her Quinceañera, “the celebration of a girl's 15th birthday, marking her passage from girlhood to womanhood.” Born to a white mother and black father, Miriam is a typical teenager struggling with universal teenage problems i.e., boys, looks, and popularity. However, as the movie progresses, it becomes clear that Miriam’s problems are further exacerbated by her identity of having darker skin than her family.
Source: https://emro.libraries.psu.edu/record/index.php?id=7451

For more information, contact Dr. Vania Barraza Toledo at [email protected]



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