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Women's and Gender Studies in Europe
Careleton-Antioch Global Engagement
Fall 2017 Semester
Application Deadline: March 15, 2017
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Tenure track position in Feminist Philosophy and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
This is a tenure-track Assistant Professor position, beginning in the Fall of 2017. Applications must be complete by November 4, 2016.
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WGSS Newsletter
Spring 2015 Edition >

Women's Studies Seniors 2015 | Fall 2014Tufts Faculty Research Colloquia | Fall 2015 courses 2015 Film |30th Annual Women's Studies BEYOND THE CLASSROOM series

Welcome new Lecturer Anna Jaysane-Darr
Anna Jaysane-Darr is a cultural and medical anthropologist specializing in gender, reproduction, refugees, and the body. Her work has been published in the edited volume Parenting in Global Perspective (ed. Faircloth, Hoffman, and Layne) and in Semiotica. In addition to Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Dr. Jaysane-Darr teaches Medical Anthropology and the Anthropology of Refugees and Displacement in the anthropology department.

Welcome new Lecturer Shannon Weber
The Program in WGSS is pleased to introduce new lecturer Shannon Weber, who will teach Introduction to Queer Studies (Fall 2013)

Shannon Weber is visiting Tufts from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where she is a Ph.D candidate in Feminist Studies with a focus in Genders and Sexualities. Her research interests include LGBTQ history, politics, and social movements; feminism and the body; media representations of marginalized groups; disability studies; and fat studies. In addition to UC Santa Barbara, she has taught at Brandeis University and Northeastern University. An ardent champion of the liberal arts, she holds an A.B. in Critical Social Thought from Mount Holyoke College.

Welcome new Lecturer Kim Surkan
The Program in WGSS is pleased to introduce new lecturer Kim Surkan, who will teach Introduction to Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and Topics in WGSS: Gender and Popular Media (Spring 2013)

Kim Surkan has taught in the Women's and Gender Studies Program at MIT since 2005. Dr. Surkan does interdisciplinary work in queer, feminist, and new media studies with a humanities focus, and is currently writing a series of articles on technology and the (trans)gendered body.