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Spring 2017 events will be announced soon!
Who needs Feminism? In the spring of 2012, frustrated by anti-feminism on campus, sixteen Duke students asked Who Needs Feminism? To their surprise, the world answered them. In this lecture, In 2013, USC Upstate participated in this viral visual campaign to tell why we need feminism, too!
Feminism in Hardcover Book Club SelectionThe most recent Feminism in Hardcover book club selection was On Being Included: Racism and
Diversity in Institutional Life, by Sara Ahmed.
Bodies of Knowledge SymposiumThe Symposium renewed and reinforced campus commitment to the principle of respecting sexual diversity, and to the acknowledgement of sexual orientation as a protected category of identity in Upstate’s longstanding Diversity Initiative. The symposium served to maintain and further fuel the energy of the students, faculty and staff who were galvanized to improve the campus climate for LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff.
Nourishing New ResearchThis program provides opportunities for faculty to share in-progress academic work for feedback and support as part of an effort to enrich the intellectual environment at USC Upstate and to foster cross-disciplinary collegiality around a shared interest in Women's and
Fire SymposiumFeaturing Dr. Tricia Rose in February 2009, this event is an especially memorable example of CWGS celebrations of Black History Month. Other outstanding speakers have included Dr. Ruth Nicole Brown on celebrating black girlhoods, Dr. Dianne Johnson on her book Hair Dance(an award-winning children’s book on attitudes toward black hair) and Dr.
Layli Phillips Maparyan on luminosity and “the womanist idea."
Photo GalleriesView various FlickR galleries of past events held by the Center for Women's and Gender Studies.
Dates of Interest
Lisa Johnson, Ph.D.
Office: CASB 124
Phone: 864-503-5724Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for Women's and Gender Studies
800 University Way
Spartanburg, SC 29303
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