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Faculty Retirements: Mary Ann Dzuback Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Professors Jami Ake and Beth Windle are the recipients of the 2021-2022 Arts and Sciences Distinguished Faculty in the Humanities
Professor Heather Berg is the recipient of the 2022 C. L. R. James Award for Published Books for Academic or General Audience
Professor Rebecca Wanzo: "Identity Remakes in and out of Time: Notes on Scenes from a Marriage"
Ivan Bujan traces histories of illness and resistance in “(Un)masking Health: Counter Perspectives”
René Esparza recipient of the Audre Lorde Prize 2022
Texas and the Future of Abortion Law and Reproductive Justice Panel Discussion
An interview with Cynthia Barounis about her book Vulnerable Constitutions: Queerness, Disability, and the Remaking of American Manhood
Professor Rebecca Wanzo receives the Charles Hatfield Book Prize for The Content of Our Cariacature: African American Comic Art and Political Belonging
Professor Heather Berg discusses: 'Pleasure and Tedium': What Porn Reveals About the Future of Work
Professor Heather Berg's "Left of #MeToo," is the winner of the Claire Goldberg Moses award.
“Qué Bonita Mi Tierra”Latinx AIDS Activism and Decolonial Queer Praxisin 1980s New York and Puerto Rico" by René Esparza
"Promising Young Woman" and the Desire for Endings
Interpretation shapes our lives
Professor Heather Berg's New Book: "Porn Work: Sex, Labor and Late Capitalism" to be released April 2021
Professor Rebecca Wanzo receives the Katherine Singer Kovacs book award from the Society for Cinema and Media Studies
The Content of Our Caricature
Left of #MeToo by Professor Heather Berg
Faculty reflect on anniversary of women’s suffrage
Home Work: Inside the Lives of Migrant Caregiver in Palestine/Israel
Rebecca Wanzo discusses the Harvey Weinstein verdict on KTRS
Redefining Toxic Masculinity in Trump's America
James Baldwin, Chelsea Manning, and Homonationalism
Professor Mary Ann Dzuback's article, "On George Sanchez"
Faculty Spotlight: Cynthia Barounis, Lecturer Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Professor Rebecca Wanzo's interview with Sauce about how her book, The Suffering Will Not Be Televised relates to the R Kelly documentary on Lifetime
Professor Jeffrey McCune discusses how R. Kelly had ‘serious problem with power’
Professor Rebecca Wanzo's CNN opinion article, "These images of women around Kavanaugh evoke a familiar alibi" selected as one of 2018's most popular op-eds
Professor Cynthia Barounis interviewed by St. Louis Public Radio for a story on the evolution of drag culture.
Associate Professor Jeffrey McCune writes about the film Moonlight
Lecturer Cynthia Barounis writes on "Alison Bechdel and Primetime’s “Mad” Women: A Closer Look at JML 39.4"
WashU Expert: Gender, power and the presidency Mary Ann Dzuback on the 2016 campaign
A 'Transgender' Primer and Conference Preview by Amy Cislo, PhD
Scholars from the Washington University in St. Louis react to the second presidential debate.
Professors Rebecca Wanzo and Jeffrey McCune Discuss the 2nd Presidential Debate
Gender Violence Presentation
Associate Professor Rebecca Wanzo commentary on "What Does the Humanities Have to Do With It?"
Assistant, Associate or Full Professor Position open in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Associate Professor Jeffrey McCune comments in St. Louis Post Dispatch in article 'Queer' is still derogatory to many, but more people are embracing the word as their identity
Why the Stakes Are So High for the Black Panther an analysis by Associate Professor Rebecca Wanzo
Associate Professor Jeffrey McCune to speak at “Black Queer Imaginings: A Dialogue on Masculinities, Movements & Mattering”
Professor Andrea Friedman publishes a blog: "I Had the First Orgasm”: Monica Lewinsky and the Politics of Heterosexuality in the 1990s. "
Professors Rebecca Wanzo and Amber Musser presented papers at the "The Flesh of the Matter: A Hortense Spillers Symposium" at Cornell University, March 18-19, 2016.