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Care: Politics, Performances, Publics, Practices

GWS faculty Chris Garlough and Annie Menzel with Professor Michael Peterson from Art and Interdisciplinary Theater Studies are building a community of inquiry around the concept of “care” in their Mellon-Borghesi workshop, to deepen a collective understanding of care’s potential.  What does it encompass? How can we recognize it? What is its social and political promise? The Care Workshop has moved a variety of resources and its vibrant community online. See the Care Publication Archive.

 

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  • Lariisa Stewart - April Student Spotlight

    Lariisa Stewart – April Student Spotlight

    Lariisa Stewart is a senior graduating in August 2020 with a GWS major and a LGBTQ+ Studies certificate. Read Lariisa’s reflections on transferring to UW-Madison, choosing the major, writing a senior thesis, and preparing for …

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    Associate Professor Sami Schalk’s Essay Featured in L&S Magazine

    Associate Professor Sami Schalk’s essay, “Understanding Oppression,” has been featured in the Spring 2020 Issue of Letters and Science Magazine, Sift and Winnow. Schalk writes, “Everyone needs to have a basic understanding of systems of …

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    GWS Lecturer Dr. Kate Phelps Has Received a 4W Innovation Grant

    GWS Lecturer Dr. Kate Phelps has received a 4W Initiative Innovation Grant for her “body mapping research project that is exploring experiences of gendered embodiment in the university setting, especially related to how the perceived …

  • GWS is Hiring TAs Now for Online Summer and Face-to-Face Fall Courses

    We are hiring TAs now for online summer and face-to-face fall courses in Gender & Women’s Studies. We will be hiring for: Gen&WS 102: Gender, Women, and Society in Global Perspective (face-to-face in fall) Gen&WS …

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    GWS Faculty Focus: James McMaster

    Assistant Professor James McMaster, whose faculty position began in Fall 2019, has been featured in a UW-Madison “Faculty Focus” piece. In Fall 2019, he began teaching courses in Gender and Women’s Studies and Asian American …

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CRGW Colloquium – Professor Sami Schalk

September 24 @ 3:45 pm - 5:00 pm

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