Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies News

Students interested in learning more about where, how and why gender, sexuality and women’s issues meet can do so at Temple’s College of Liberal Arts. The College’s Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies program focuses on a wide range of health, equality and social issues both historical and contemporary. The program’s faculty also takes care to challenge their students to be inquisitive about these topics, and faculty members passionately listen and respond to feedback about what areas the students want to learn more about. Temple also pays attention to what the students, alumni and faculty learn and experience beyond the classroom and tells those stories here. Read their stories below and please contact us if you have a story of your own you think we should tell.

 

graphic of sign that reads "The Future is Female"

Catherine Rottenberg is an Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham and the author of The Rise of Neoliberal Feminism. In a recent College of Liberal Arts visit, Rottenberg identified the ways in which neoliberalism is affecting feminism.

Image of Princeton Professor Margot Canaday giving her lecture

Princeton’s Margot Canaday presents her research at Temple’s College of Liberal Arts.

Duchess Harris presenting on Me Too Movement in Kiva auditorium

A College of Liberal Arts guest speaker explores the role African American women play in the feminist movement and how to get more women into politics.

Climate change facts may be settled, but they conflict with certain personal values. How do we bridge the divide?

panel of speakers presenting to conference attendees

College of Liberal Arts graduates and faculty members reflect on experiences and share advice on how to combat gender and sexuality bias in today’s working world.

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