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.
Now a candidate for New York City Council, WGS alumna Jaslin Kaur serves as special assistant to the founder and president of New American Leaders.
WGS major and peer educator Alaina DiSalvo writes about PCOS and the medical industry in Nursing Clio.
Through its broad interdisciplinary research and curriculum, the department promotes transformative practices in research, creative work, pedagogies and partnerships.
This course seeks to understand the growing international polarization on LGBTI rights by focusing on a case study of a book banned in Malaysia.
This course explores the origins of queer and trans communities from the era of the Second World War to the AIDS crisis of the 1980s and 1990s.
This special topics course explores theater initiatives that raise awareness and challenge gender-based violence and systems of oppression.
This course aims to explore and seek to connect the relationships of gender, race, ethnicity, and sexuality to the context of global migration.
This course examines the Triangle Factory fire of March 25, 1911, from multiple interdisciplinary perspectives.
This course takes an interrogative tour through locations that have historically played vital roles in the development of the LGBTQ+ community.
Jennifer J. Raab on what the Civil Rights pioneer Pauli Murray '33, who enrolled at Hunter 92 years ago, teaches us about public higher education.
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.