Welcome to Are Y’all the Ones?: Re-imaging Love and the Privileging of Heterosexuality

By D Adams, Ryan Garcia, Maya Patel, Griffin Shafer, and Salem Tewelde (Block 2 2017) “MTV’s regurgitation of heteronormativity comes at the sacrifice of plurality and ambiguity of being and relating. As Howard Buford states in Further Off the Straight and Narrow: New Gay Visibility on Television, 1998-2006, ‘We’re dealing in a country where our […]

The Black Feminist Road Trip Project

FG312/RM313 Black Feminist Theory examines critical tenets of Black feminist and womanist theories and politics, developed within and outside the academy, especially considering the ways race, gender, class, and other social, cultural, and political markers, as well as the various forms of oppressions, are interconnected. It is especially focused on the ways Black communities throughout […]

The PWIssue

“We are told that our universities are excited to welcome us, that we have something special to offer, that they will celebrate our diverse identities, and that there are resources and clubs for us. Yet, this so-called celebration of diversity doesn’t seem to translate into an environment that is welcoming and supportive to students of […]

Iota Iota Iota (Triota)

In 2011, the Feminist & Gender Studies Program (FGS) developed the Student Advisory Council (SAC), which provided FGS majors and minors with myriad opportunities to serve as leaders within the program. In August 2016, FGS revised the SAC after becoming an official chapter (Delta Mu) of Iota Iota Iota (Triota), a National Women’s Studies Honor Society […]