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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Women’s and Gender Studies

Director: Gillian Silverman (English)
Graduate Advisor: Margaret Woodhull (Humanities)
Office: 1050 9th Street, #102
Telephone: 303-556-5835

Associated Faculty

Joanne Addison (English)
Brenda J. Allen (Communication)
Elizabeth Allen (Psychology)
Laura Argys (Economics)
Pompa Banerjee (English)
Nicole Beer (English)
Michelle Comstock (English)
Candan Duran-Aydintug (Sociology)
Paula Espinoza (Ethnic Studies)
Jana Everett (Political Science)
Sarah Fields (Communication)
Sonja Foss (Communication)
Andrea Haar (Sociology)
Sarah Hagelin (English)
Rachel Harding (Ethnic Studies)
Amy Hasinoff (Communication)
Pamela Laird (History)
Marjorie Levine-Clark (History)
Donna Martinez (Ethnic Studies)
Candice Shelby (Philosophy)
Sarah Tyson (Philosophy)
Cate Wiley (English)

Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST) is an interdisciplinary program that focuses on the centrality of gender and sexuality to understanding our past and present worlds. Students and faculty probe assumptions about men and women and question structures of inequality as they play out in local and global contexts. Through a study of gender and sexuality, we expand our thinking about other relations of power, such as race, class, ethnicity, nationality and physical ability. WGST fosters connections with the local community and promotes advocacy of human rights and social justice.

Undergraduate Information

Click here  to learn about the requirements for the Minor in Women’s and Gender Studies.

Individually Structured Major

Students interested in a major in Women’s and Gender Studies may develop one through the Individually Structured Major (ISM). The ISM is an interdisciplinary major based on an individual contract rather than a preset list of courses. By choosing an ISM, students can pursue their interests in WGST across a variety of departments. For more information on an ISM in Women’s and Gender Studies, contact Associate Dean Marjorie Levine-Clark and see the Individually Structured Major  section of this catalog.

Graduate Information

Please go to the Graduate catalog to read about our graduate programs.