Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies is an interdisciplinary program that places women and other marginalized peoples in all their diversity at the center of scholarly inquiry. A wide array of courses examine how gender and sexuality influence our personal identities, cultural and artistic expressions, social arrangements, political and economic systems, and our ways of knowing and understanding the world.

Success Stories

As president-elect of the Student National Medical Association, Christen Johnson has spent much of the year promoting mental health awareness and leadership development.
Wright State lecturer Andrea Harris teaches a course that explores the social significance of zombie films and television shows in pop culture.

Program News

Wright State Women’s Luncheon to feature university leaders discussing career growth

A panel of university leaders will discuss the support they receive in their careers, challenges they face, work environments and dealing with discrimination.

Wright State art historian Karla Huebner to give online talks on surrealist artist Toyen

Karla Huebner will give a talk "Toyen and Czech Surrealism" on Aug. 5 and on her 2020 book "Magnetic Woman: Toyen and the Surrealist Erotic" on Aug. 8.

Bolinga Center to host series celebrating notable Black women March 29-30

"What's HERstory?" programs will examine The Combahee River Collective and the life, legacy and literature of Angela Davis.

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