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The aim of Women and Gender Studies at Hunter is to produce graduates who possess feminist literacies and skills grounded in intersectional and transnational feminist theories, activism and public policy.
Through its broad interdisciplinary research and curriculum, the department promotes transformative practices in research, creative work, pedagogies and partnerships.
This special topics course explores the gender and racial underpinnings of contemporary immigration politics in the Global North.
This course explores the issues, struggles, political organizing and theory of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) Asian Americans and more.
This class will draw on the theoretical frameworks and empirical studies undertaken by LGBT and queer scholars in anthropology, sociology and more.
Our faculty and staff reflect the diversity of Hunter College and include notable authors, activists, scholars and more.
Women and Gender Studies assists students in finding career opportunities with organizations that focus on gender, sexuality and race.