The beloved and smiley UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi is back at it again! The 21-year-old UCLA senior scored another perfect 10 score for her floor routine during a Sunday meet at the University of Oklahoma. Read More
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Drive down Interstate 5 and meet the albatrosses of San Onofre State Beach. Ride the 720 bus and navigate the “pain to prison pipeline.” Hop off a jeepney in Walking Street and witness the ongoing legacy of U.S imperialism converging on Filipina bodies. Submerge yourself in the clear waters of Rajjaprabha Dam and swim with its ghosts — […]
UCLA is the most recent campus to reach out to Native Americans. Last fall, Chancellor Gene Block created the position of Special Advisor to the Chancellor on Native American and Indigenous Affairs, Professor Mishuana Goeman was appointed to this position. Read More
Katelyn Ohashi, Gender Studies major and senior brings “Perfection (and joy)” to the world with her January 12, 2019 floor routine as a member of the UCLA women’s gymnastic team. We applaud the message she sent soon after the video went viral: student FIRST! then, athlete. Congratulations Katelyn!
Dear NWSA Community, As scholars, community members, activists, and artists in coalition, the National Women’s Studies Association condemns the Trump Administration’s proposed redefinition of “sex” in federal discrimination policies. With ongoing attempts to limit the enforcement of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, as […]
Gender Studies Community! Our very own Claudia Peña is on the cover of Time Magazine in a photo illustration by acclaimed artist Hank Willis Thomas accompanying an article on immigration by Viet Nguyen. Here is the link: http://time.com/magazine/
Angela Robinson, Ph.D. candidate in Gender Studies was awarded a short-term curatorial research fellowship from the MARKK, Museum am Rothenbaum to assist in the curation of their permanent display on Oceania and to conduct research on early 20th Century Pacific visual and material culture within their ethnographic holdings during the summer of 2019 in Hamburg, Germany.Congratulations […]
As we celebrate Indigenous People’s Day, Chancellor Gene Block announces the appointment of Dr. Mishuana R. Goeman as Special Advisor to the Chancellor on Native American and Indigenous Affairs. Read MoreCongratulations Mishuana!
Professor Judy Han featured on “Air Talk” on KPCC discussing recent women’s protests in South Korea on the spy cam and hidden camera issue! Listen to her insightful context and commentary here:https://www.scpr.org/programs/airtalk/2018/07/09/63312/as-south-korean-women-protest-spycam-porn-we-look/
Profess Sarah Haley’s book No Mercy Here: Gender, Punishment, and the Making of Jim Crow Modernity, which had already been honored with prizes from the Southern Association of Women Historians, National Women’s Studies Association, and Association of Black Women Historians has recently been recognized by the American Historical Association and the American Studies Association!No Mercy Here […]