Christa Craven the dean for faculty development and professor of women's, gender, & sexuality studies and sociology and anthropology

Craven receives 2021 CAR Book Prize for ‘Reproductive Losses: Challenges to LGBTQ Family-Making’

The 2021 Council on Anthropology and Reproduction (CAR) Book Prize has been awarded to Christa Craven the dean for faculty development and professor of […]

Hannah Lane-Davies ’21

I.S. research enhances understanding of birth workers in the COVID-19 era

Hannah Lane-Davies ’21 explores the commitments of contemporary birth workers

Hayden Lane-Davies

Catastrophic Imaginings: Human-Driven Catastrophe, the Anthropocene, The Skin of Our Teeth, and Lungs

Name: Hayden Lane-Davies Major: Theatre and Dance, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Advisors: Dr. Jimmy Noriega, Dr. Natasha Bissonauth (Second Reader) This Independent Study […]

Hannah Lane-Davies

Birth Work, Reproductive Justice, and Communities of Care

Student Name: Hannah Lane-Davies Majors: Anthropology, Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Advisor: Dr. Christa Craven; Second reader: Dr. Tom Tierney Caring for pregnant and […]

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Global Media and Digital Studies, and Film Studies

Ahmet Atay coedited two books on intercultural communications studies

Professor of communication studies highlights underrepresented perspectives in the field

Beth Muellner standing in front of the Berliner Dom in Berlin Germany

German and Russian studies professor to give virtual lecture at Museum Ludwig

Beth Muellner will discuss photograph collection of Empress Elisabeth of Austria

Casey Lohman

The Scars and the Moon: Theatrical Monologues Telling LGBTQIA+ Stories

Student: Casey Lohman Major: Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Minors: English, Theater, Communication Studies Advisors: Dr. Natasha Bissonauth, Dr. Ahmet Atay For my IS […]

Lind feminist immobilities

Amy Lind to Present Lecture on Gendered (Im)mobilities at the U.S.-Mexico Border

University of Cincinnati professor to speak Tuesday at The College of Wooster.

Nicosia Shakes

Shakes Named Winner of 2017 NWSA First Book Prize

Annual award in the field of women’s and gender studies goes to first-year Wooster faculty member

Kabria Baumgartner

Wooster’s Kabria Baumgartner Receives Postdoctoral Fellowship

National Academy of Education Award will enable her to complete book project

Wooster Students Join Forces to ‘Clean Up’ Wikipedia

Five classes participate in “edit-a-thon” during Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Week