Students explore the intersection of race, class, and gender to understand the experiences of men of color.
Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies
First-year students explore aging and social justice.
Primarily, the SEPC acts as a liason to provide the GWSS Committee with student feedback on many elements of the program's operation, such as various internal professor reviews, curriculum design and program-sponsored events. Although only elected chairs attend monthly GWSS Curriculum Committee meetings and are responsible for pioneering such projects, all students are welcome to regular SEPC meetings to discuss student concerns and review projects. The GWSS SEPC also hosts fun events for GWSS faculty and students.
Resources for Students
Student Groups and Library Resources related to Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies can be helpful for students interested in research, activism, or otherwise engaging with the GWSS curriculum.
In Grinnell’s interdisciplinary GWSS curriculum, you examine women, men, gender, and sexuality; study various cultures and historical periods; use diverse research methods; and understand how scholars apply feminist, queer, and intersectional theories.