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Graduate School Application Deadline for Fall 2011: December 15th 2010

Wed, Dec 15, 2010

The deadline for the CWGS MA graduate programs has passed. We encourage any late comers to apply by December 15th 2011 for Fall 2012 next year. Thank you and good luck to all who applied!


Lindsey Schell (left), Kristen Hogan, and Matt Richardson.

Assistant Professor Matt Richardson collaborates on new UT Libraries tool: The Black Queer Studies Collection

This virtual gathering of works, the first of its kind, indicates the importance of critical library interventions as scholarly tools.

Wed, Dec 1, 2010



Sociologist Awarded Grant to Study Generosity

Fri, Oct 1, 2010

AUSTIN, Texas — University of Texas at Austin sociologist Pamela Paxton has been awarded a $148,000 grant from the Science of Generosity Initiative at the University of Notre Dame to study how social, economic and political structures affect individuals' generosity towards one another.


College Women's Political Caucus at UT

Ground-breaking student organization founded by WGS graduate.

Wed, Sep 8, 2010

The College Women's Caucus is a new national feminist organization designed to increasing political engagement among college-aged women, both on campuses and within their local communities. It is a part of the National Women's Political Caucus, a multipartisan, multicultural grassroots organization dedicated to increasing women's participation in the political field and creating a political power base designed to achieve equality for all women.


Introducing the Black Queer Studies Collection

The Black Queer Studies Collection in the UT Library Catalog: CAAAS, CWGS, and the University of Texas Libraries Support a New Research Tool

Wed, Sep 1, 2010


HISTORY PROFESSOR RECEIVES BEST FIRST BOOK AWARD

Carolyn Eastman, an assistant professor in the Department of History, won the James Broussard Best First Book Prize from the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic.

Fri, Aug 20, 2010


The Center for Women’s and Gender Studies has added a new course for the Fall, WGS 301: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies, Transnational Activism and Women’s Human Rights.

This course is a project of the CWGS Women's Rights Initiative and will provide an introduction to women's human rights activism and strategies as well as to the field of Women's and Gender Studies. Fall 2010, TTH 2-3:30, JES A203A WGS301: Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies, Transnational Activism and Women’s Human Rights Unique #47008

Tue, Aug 17, 2010


Application deadline extended for the Texas Undergraduate Leadership Program

Please submit your application by August 2

Mon, Jul 12, 2010


The Pay Gap is a Man's Issue, Too

Read the article from AAUW Action Network

Thu, Jun 10, 2010


Deborah Hay wins award for best choreographer

"No Time To Fly" is recognized at the Austin Critics Circle Awards Ceremony

Tue, Jun 8, 2010




No Time Like the Present

Austin Chronicle writes about the Deborah Hay Event, April 7 & 8

Thu, Apr 1, 2010


Tasting the Blaze III (1985/2010)

THE RIGHTNESS OF MOVEMENT

Photographs by Phyllis Liedeker Finley of Deborah Hay's Work from 1983-1997

Mon, Mar 29, 2010


Feminist Action Project, April 16-18, 2010

The Feminist Action Project is a new, student-focused conference to take at The University of Texas at Austin. During the three days, the conference organizers will present a series of workshops, panels, performances, and a keynote address by Jehmu Greene.

Mon, Mar 29, 2010


Alone, Exploring Fleeting Moments

New York Times Dance Review, Deborah Hay

Mon, Mar 29, 2010


An Uncanny Beauty: A Celebration of Deborah Hay

An Uncanny Beauty: A Celebration of Deborah Hay

The Center for Women’s and Gender Studies presents Deborah Hay, April 7-8th 2010. (Details available on our Events page.)

Sun, Mar 28, 2010

Deborah Hay is one of the most radical and innovative choreographers of contemporary dance. Her choreography, from exquisitely meditative solos to dances for large groups of untrained and trained dancers, explores the nature of experience, perception, and attention in dance, and has received numerous awards. No Time to Fly is choreographed to provide clear and comprehensive instances of non-linear reality for the performer and the audience simultaneously and attempts to truly admit and celebrate the ephemeral nature of dance by learning to notice, and consciously embody, time passing.



Liz Carpenter, 1920-2010

Thu, Mar 25, 2010


Riding the Black Ram: Law, Literature, and Gender by Susan Sage Heinzelman

Dr. Heinzelman, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Center for Women's and Gender Studies at UT, has just published a new book.

Wed, Mar 24, 2010

This probing new work analyzes a series of literary, legal, and historical texts to demonstrate the persistence of certain gender stereotypes. Published by Stanford University Press.


WGS Student Conference Keynote - Dr. Omi Osun Joni L. Jones

6 Rules for Allies. Video provided by Sharon Bridgforth. Transcript by Dr. Omi Osun Joni L. Jones.

Tue, Mar 9, 2010


THE SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL EMERGING SCHOLARSHIP IN WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES CONFERENCE

February 19, 2010. 8:00am to 4:30pm in The Texas Union Building

Fri, Feb 12, 2010

This conference provides a space for graduate students from the University of Texas and other universities to present papers on emerging gender-related scholarship. Forging dialogues across a number of academic disciplines and perspectives, presenters and discussants will explore topics such as: feminisms, practices of resistance, performances of race, gender and sexuality; female adolescent sexuality, gender, health, and policy; gender, sexuality and racial and ethnic identities; gender and politics, gender and labor; theory and activism; women and violence; gender, narratives, and performances; and gender and feminism in popular culture.


Long-Time CWGS Supporter, Jean Andrews, Passes Away

Andrews wrote first check for Women's Studies at UT

Mon, Jan 11, 2010


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    University of Texas at Austin
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