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Whether your interests are in women, feminism, men, masculinity, the sex/gender system, LGBTQIA studies, heterosexuality, or other gendered matters, we have something to satisfy your research impulses. The program provides a vibrant intellectual home for current and future scholars interested in cutting-edge work in these areas. Our approach is collaborative, crossing departmental and disciplinary boundaries, and we cover a full range of genders and sexualities.
Each year, GSWS hosts a variety of research-oriented events and activities—including book discussions, colloquia, works-in-progress with Pitt scholars, and lectures by external scholars—many of which are organized around a one- or two-year research theme. In recent years, we have hosted a number of major scholars in the field, including Aren Z. Aizura, Jack Halberstam, Jennifer C. Nash, Esther Newton, Gayle Rubin, Gayle Salamon, and Kathryn Bond Stockton.
Faculty interested in having a manuscript read and discussed by a supportive group of interdisciplinary faculty and students at a works-in-progress event should contact the GSWS program director (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All of our events are free and open to the public.
Events are listed on our calendar. We hope you will join us!
To receive emails about events in gender/sexuality/women's studies, contact us at email@example.com.