Working as a deputy attorney general for the California Department of Justice after law school, Mirelle Raza ’15 credits a women’s and gender studies course for inspiring her to advocate for vulnerable people.
Associate Professor Sharmila Lodhia discusses what the confirmation hearing of Ketanji Brown Jackson teaches us about gender and law during her Preview Week mock class on April 8.
WGST minor is this year's ASG President.
Sharmila Lodhia awarded the Dr. John B. Drahmann Advising Award
WGST minor and SCU student body president
Pursuing a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology
Public Health’s Sonja Mackenzie and Women’s and Gender Studies’ Sharmila Lodhia partnered to educate and engage students on issues of structural racism.
Lunch lecture by Donika Kelly, Assistant Professor at St. Bonaventure University
The Feminist Struggle Over Representation, Power, and Voice at the United Nations
Lecture by Sylvanna M. Falcon, Associate Professor in the Latin American and Latino/a Studies Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz
2015 – 2016
Catholicizing the Female Body from Childhood to Adulthood: A case study among older women of Mexican origin
Lunch lecture by Socorro Castaneda Liles, Assistant Professor, Department of Religious Studies at SCU
The Gay Revolution: 70 Year Struggle for LGBT Civil Rights
Lunch lecture by Lillian Faderman, Professor Emerita, Fresno State
AntiSocial: Race, Gender and Digital Speech
Lecture by Laytoya Peterson, Owner and Editor of Racialicious and Deputy Editor of Fusion’s Voices section
The Unexpected Belle La Follette: Progressive Model for 2016
Lunch lecture by Nancy Unger, Professor, Department of History at SCU
Skills Training for a “Rising India?” Gender, Technology, and Development in Global Delhi
Lunch lecture by Sreela Sarker, Assistant Professor, Department of Communication at SCU
Islam, Feminist Activism, and Gender Justice in Malaysia
Lunch lecture by Azza Basarudin, Research Scholar at the Center for the Study of Women at UCLA
The Strangled Cry: The Communication and Experience of Trauma
Lunch Lecture by Apara Nanda, Senior Lecturer in English & Women's and Gender Studies
Wedlocked: A Critical Perspective on Marriage Rights/Rites by Katherine Franke, Columbia Professor of Law; Director, Center for Gender and Sexuality Law
Lunch Panel on Marriage Equality: Supreme Court Update by Katherine Franke, Faculty in Residence & Patricia Caine, Professor SCU Law School
Faculty Lunch Lecture on Towards a Jurisprudence of Gender Equality: My Work with the Tanzanian Women Judges Association by Margaret Russell, Associate Professor of Law