Reproductive justice and human rights advocate Loretta J. Ross will discuss changing the dialogue and improving work in reproductive health, justice and rights.
Associate Professor of French & Francophone Studies and Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies Mireille Rebeiz discusses academic freedom, "Cloud Atlas" and her hope for the future.
From Netflix and Audible to NYU and the Maine College of Art & design, the former women's & gender studies major creates and teaches the documentary content the world craves.
“I am forever grateful to Dickinson," says Lily Bibro ’24, an English major who interned for a scholarly journal and studied abroad through the college's Oxford program.
Associate Professor Mireille Rebeiz spearheads effort to launch Arab American Heritage Month.
The college observes Women's History Month with a variety of educational and inspirational events celebrating the vital role of women in American history.
Author and scholar Psyche Williams-Forson will discuss food shaming and the marginalization of Black bodies in America in the keynote address for Dickinson College’s Love Your Body Week.
The weeklong series of events hosted by the Women’s & Gender Resource Center celebrates our bodies in all of their diversity.
Grace MacDougall '24 was among 70 student-leaders from across the U.S. who met with Vice President Kamala Harris and discussed the effects of the Dobbs decision on college-age communities.
"The faculty and staff here want us to succeed,” says Ellie Pattillo ’23, a psychology and women’s, gender & sexuality studies double major, who created a podcast while studying abroad.
Learn more about why studio-art major Rebecca Fox ’22 says, "The professors at Dickinson care so much about the interactions they have with students, both inside the classroom and out."
Mireille Rebeiz explores the connections among such issues as war crimes, terrorism, Lebanese women writers and sexuality, and readers will soon get a look at it all through her first book.
Learn more about Cassandra DiPierro ’23, a psychology major with two minors, who's pursuing a health-studies certificate, is an avid hiker and is certified in reiki.
Farrell will join a “uniquely interdisciplinary and creative community” as she completes the research and writing for her new book.
Graduating women's, gender & sexuality studies major is accepted into University of Washington Ph.D. program.
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