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Karin Olofsdotter, Ambassador of Sweden to the United States, is delivering the 2019 McSwain-Walker lecture.
Ann Stoler talk is canceled and will be rescheduled in the SPRING 2020.
Explore William & Mary's study abroad options.
Sylvia Chong (English and Asian American Studies at UVA and Director of the Asian American Studies Program) will present material from her newest project, "Fifty Shades of Yellow: Fetishizing Culture and Transnationalizing Race in Crazy Rich Asians"
"I tell stories about my work with queer steelworkers, truckers, and whores that unpack what queerness means in these places and times."
I-MIC 2019: Featuring Award-Winning poet and physician Irène Mathieu '09, W&M student poets, and the Russian Music Ensemble
Please join us October 19th during Homecoming weekend to celebrate five years of advocacy, support, and empowerment and celebrate the extraordinary contribution to current and past volunteers to campus. Refreshments served.
This lunch and learn session: "Screwball" leading ladies are staples in romantic comedies, fueling the jokes and love plots with their zany antics. But what happens when the "screwy" rom-com heroine is also "Jewy,"?
Deborah Denenholz Morse, Sara E. Nance Professor of English, will present "Liberating Black Beauty: A narrative on animal rights, gender, race, and nation" on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 7pm in the Commonwealth Auditorium.
An admissions representative from George Mason Law will be visiting campus to meet with interested students on Monday, October 28, from 6:30-7:30pm in Tyler Hall Room 123
Mire Koikari, a professor in the Department of Women's Studies at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, she will speak on gender issues in culture and politics in Japan since the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown in Fukushima in March 2011.
In 1991, the Women's Studies program emerged, and in 2013, the program was renamed Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies, a change that reflects the program’s aspirations for the growth of feminist research and activism at William & Mary.