Gender and Women’s Studies Program
The following is a complete list of new Bowdoin classes as they are described in the course catalog, plus comment from the faculty teaching the course. (NOTE: Some courses are labeled ESD or VPA. These refer to Exploring Social Differences and Visual and Performing Arts, which are two of the five distribution requirements mandated by […]
In her roles as educator and scholar, Jen Scanlon is frank about how her feminism infuses her work. “My ideas about women come from this fundamental place of respect, and I don’t mind admitting that what I hope to do with my work is generate that in other people and help them recognize the complicated nature of women’s lives,” she said.
Juniors Rachel Baron and Uma Blanchard are starting a campus chapter of the reproductive rights advocacy group NARAL Pro-Choice America.
Students packed into the Bowdoin Women’s Resource Center recently to hear a recent talk from Susan Faludi on one of her areas of expertise: women in the media.
English Department Chair Aaron Kitch presented “Queer Matter: Science and Sexuality in the Renaissance,” kicking off the faculty lecture series “Science Before Science” by the College’s new Medieval and Early Modern Studies colloquium.