Who We Are
The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Gender and Sexuality Workshop is open to graduate students in any discipline working on questions related to gender and sexuality. The workshop is an opportunity for students to receive detailed feedback from an interdisciplinary group of scholars on work in progress.
We strongly encourage graduate students, particularly those who have completed coursework in WGS, to submit work that they are looking to develop further, and welcome both written work—such as drafts of book or dissertation chapters, journal articles, or prospectuses—and practice conference presentations.
If you would like to participate in or receive further information about the workshop, please fill out the form below. Newcomers are invited to submit work, but are also encouraged to attend at least one additional session after presenting.
- Kirin Gupta
- Siobhan Kelly
Spring 2020 Meetings
Generally, each meeting has two presenters. The coordinators circulate any written work to be workshopped at least one week prior to the meeting. The authors have five minutes to introduce their work before a 45-minute discussion with workshop attendees. Those who wish to practice a conference talk have 15-20 minutes to present, followed by 35-40 minutes of discussion. Dinner is provided; we request that you RSVP for catering purposes.