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Awards & Honors
The Women's and Gender Studies Program announces its annual awards for outstanding scholarly, artistic and/or activist student work.
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Departmental Fellows
Program Fellows in Women's and Gender Studies at Denison University.
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Faculty
Prof. Hanne Blank Boyd comments on a Texas attempt to establish transgender healthcare for minors as “child abuse.”
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Awards & Honors
Madelyn Kay Dirrim, English major, with minors in music and women and gender studies, was selected as a 2021 President's Medalist.
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Departmental Fellows
Program Fellows in Women's and Gender Studies at Denison University.
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Awards & Honors
The Women's and Gender Studies Program announces its annual awards for outstanding scholarly, artistic and/or activist student work.
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What's Happening
A panel discussion of AAPI hate crime in the wake of the Atlanta shootings that claimed eight people's lives including six Asian and Asian American women.
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Author and Visiting Assistant Professor Hanne Blank
Featured News
In “Fat,” professor Hanne Blank explores the historical and cultural history of fatness.
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Alumni
Alumni from Black, Women & Gender, and Queer studies programs share their job search, workplace, and lives beyond Denison.
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Alumni
Four recent WGST alumni help others and advance in their careers.
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Awards & Honors
Toni King, associate professor and director of the Black Studies Program, has been awarded the 2020 Brickman Leadership Award.
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Amanda Trautmann
Internships
Amanda Trautmann is Publishing Intern with Feminist Writer Jennifer Baumgardner
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Professor Megan Threlkeld
Featured News
Introducing the Michael G. and Barbara W. Rahal Professorship in History at Denison University.
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Departmental Fellows
Eloise A. Buker Fellows epitomize the values of the Women's and Gender Studies Program.
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Awards & Honors
The Women's and Gender Studies Program announces its annual awards for outstanding scholarly, artistic and/or activist student work.
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Jane Gallop
Lectures & Discussions
Join Dr. Jane Gallop for lunch and a book chapter discussion.
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Jessica Leeds Richman '20
Student News
An article by Jessica Leeds Richman '20, published in 'The Rational,' explores systemic issues with black women's health.
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Lectures & Discussions
The Queer Studies Program presents a talk by Linda Hess.
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Ashley Currier
Lectures & Discussions
Dr. Ashley Currier, University of Cincinnati, presents“Looking for Solidarity: Lessons from African Feminist and LGBTQ Organizing”
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Gabriele Eimontaite '18 art piece
Alumni
English and women's & gender studies major Gabriele Eimontaite '18 won an AP award for this piece she wrote as an intern with the Newark Advocate.
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Awards & Honors
The Women's and Gender Studies Program announces its annual awards for outstanding scholarly, artistic and/or activist student work.
Date:
Departmental Fellows
Eloise A. Buker Fellows epitomize the values of the Women's and Gender Studies Program.
Date:

Departmental Fellows
Eloise A. Buker Fellows epitomize the values of the Women's and Gender Studies program.
Date:
Awards & Honors
The Women's and Gender Studies Program announces its annual awards for outstanding scholarly, artistic and/or activist student work.
Date:
a wrinkle in time movie poster
Faculty
Prof. Diana Mafe reviews "A Wrinkle in Time," and "Star Trek: Discovery."
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warrior women
Faculty
Denison faculty Elizabeth Castle's new documentary, "Warrior Women," follows Lakota activist and community organizer Madonna Thunder Hawk.
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Students and faculty at NWSA conference
Conferences & Symposia
Denison activists met Angela Davis and Alicia Garza at the NWSA Conference (Baltimore) while learning to envision new initiatives for our current climate.
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Internships
This summer, Alyssia Adams '18 pursued an internship through Medical Mutual as an appeals and grievances intern.
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Awards & Honors
The Women's and Gender Studies Program announces its annual awards for outstanding scholarly, artistic and/or activist student work.
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Jayla Johnson '19
Student News
Jayla Johnson '19 conducted research this summer at Johns Hopkins University about the immunization coverage of children in India.
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