Past Events

Women Take the Reel
The Grey Area: Feminism Behind Bars
Tuesday, March 31, 2015

2015 Tillie K. Lubin Symposium
Criminal Justice? Race, Gender, and Incarceration

Dr. Elizabeth Hinton, Reverend Vivian Nixon, Dr. Bruce Western
March 10, 2015

2015 Distinguished Faculty Lecture
Strolling in the Ruins

Professor Faith Smith
February 4, 2015

11th Annual Roosevelt Lecture
Sexual Violence on College Campuses: Confronting the Reality, David Lisak
October 21, 2014

Distinguished Faculty Lecture
Ageless Aging or Meaningful Decline?
April 8, 2014

Women Take the Reel Film Series
Mosquita y Mari
March 13, 2014

Tillie K. Lubin Symposium
Work Smart, Earn What You Are Worth
Evelyn Murphy
March 11, 2014

35th Anniversary of WGS Panel
November 19, 2013

Eleanor Roosevelt Lecture
She's Not There
Jennifer Finney Boylan
October 15, 2013

News and Events

Jaclyn Friedman

Jaclyn Friedman With WGS Students

Alone and in collaboration with groups across campus the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program offers a range of regular and special events each year. In the fall we host the Roosevelt Lecture and in the spring the Lubin Symposium and Distinguished Faculty Lecture. Regularly throughout the year we sponsor activities connected to the Women in Science initiative and to other special events like the Wage Project Workshops.


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Job Announcement
Spring 2016 Lecturer Positions

The Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at Brandeis University seeks to hire a Lecturer to teach a course titled, “Navigating Race and Gender in Business.” The course, which will also serve as an elective in the Business Program, will consider the experiences, challenges, and opportunities of women and people of color in business, the relationship between management policies and people’s experiences in business settings, the history and effectiveness of “diversity” efforts, and issues around glass ceilings for women and people of color. The course will focus primarily on for-profit corporations and will be offered in the spring 2016. Candidates must have a Masters Degree with significant business experience, preferably at a senior management level. Discipline is open. The salary is $6,700 for the course. Please send a cover letter, CV, draft syllabus and teaching evaluations if possible to Shannon Hunt (shunt@brandeis.edu). Applications will be considered beginning July 1, 2015, and the search will remain open until a qualified applicant is hired.

The Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program at Brandeis University seeks to hire a Lecturer to teach a course on gender, sexuality and social media in the spring of 2016. Course topics might include digital culture, hashtag activism, gender and sexuality in the blogosphere, intellectual property, etc. Candidates must have a PhD or equivalent, or be an advanced doctoral student with previous teaching experience. Discipline is open. The salary is $6,700 for the course. Please send a cover letter, CV, draft syllabus and teaching evaluations if possible to Shannon Hunt (shunt@brandeis.edu). Applications will be considered beginning July 1, 2015, and the search will remain open until a qualified applicant is hired.
 
Brandeis University is an equal opportunity employer, committed to building a culturally diverse intellectual community, and strongly encourages applications from women and minority candidates.