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.
Rather than engaging with hip hop from the center, this course shifts the focus to its feminist and queer margins, crafting a more nuanced genealogy.
This special topics course explores theater initiatives that raise awareness and challenge gender-based violence and systems of oppression.
This course explores theater as a form of activism through a selection of plays and performance pieces. No formal theater experience required.
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.