The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGS) program at the University of Maine is an interdisciplinary program encompassing feminist, gender, and queer theories. As a discipline grounded in women’s studies, we seek to make visible women’s contributions and struggles. Our program examines gender and sexuality as they intersect with race, ethnicity, class, nationality, dis/ability, and other sites of social inequality. We in the WGS program aim to empower all persons through education and strengthening the links among women and men and among programs in the community and on campus. As a student in the WGS program, you will learn to critique social situations, organizations, and practices using feminist, gender, and queer theories. In addition, you will learn to recognize women’s contributions and struggles in a transnational and historical context. To learn more about the WGS program, please visit our (Admissions) page to request information or contact us at (207) 581-1228.
FOR THE LAUNCH OF THEIR BRAND NEW VIDEO CAMPAIGN:
“THIS IS WHAT A WGS STUDENT LOOKS LIKE!”
Tuesday, April 21 from 12:15-1:30 p.m.
The Bangor Room, Memorial Union Building
VIDEO SCREENING AND DISCUSSION with NICOLLE LITTRELL, Filmmaker and WGS Faculty; POETRY READING by WGS STUDENTS; REFRESHMENTS!
Come and find out what WGS is all about and what it has to offer you!
For more information, email Elizabeth Franck and/or Nicolle Littrell, on First Class
Or call our program office at 581-1228
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