Faculty Opening: Assistant Professor of the Study of Women and Gender: Queer Studies Apply Here
Faculty Opening: Assistant Professor of English and the Study of Women & Gender Apply Here
SWG alumna Jenn Maer makes a musical about birth control!
Check it out HERE
Friday, November 21
SWG invites you to Read the News with Lisa Lowe and Jack Halberstam
Seelye Hall 201 12pm
Monday, November 10th
Lelah Khalili to Speak at Smith
Hillyer Graham Hall, 7pm
Tuesday, November 11th
THE PUNK SINGER
A film about Kathleen Hanna
Screening & discussion with filmmaker Sini Anderson
SWG Presentation of the Major and Minor
Thursday, October 23, Noon
Campus Center 205
SWG READS the NEWS Begins FRIDAY, Sept.12- Nov. 21
Join us every Friday lunch to discuss what is happening in the world.
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1940S WOMEN IN LABOR: THEN AND NOW
The Academy of Music will present a panel discussion, 1940s Women in Labor: Then and Now, as a pre-production event to their newly commissioned work, Nobody’s Girl, which will premiere October 17th and 18th at the historic venue. The panel discussion will be held at the Nielson Library on the Smith College campus on September 27th at 11am. Panelists include Daniel Horowitz, Ivette Hernandez, Debra J’Anthony, and Dale Melcher, and will be facilitated by women’s historian Jacqueline Castledine.
A Public Conversation with Urvashi Vaid and Dean Spade
Urvashi Vaid and Dean Spade share perspectives on how nonprofitization and funder influence impact the race and gender politics of contemporary LGBT work, and what strategies are being developed by queer and trans activists both within and outside nonprofit structures to build a movement centered in racial and economic justice.