The Program in Gender and Sexuality is an interdisciplinary Bi-College program that can be integrated with certain majors or pursued independently. Students graduate from the program with a high level of fluency and rigor in their understanding of the different ways issues of gender and sexuality shape our lives as individuals and as members of larger communities, both local and global.
The program offers several different options. Students majoring in certain disciplines may complete a concentration Gender and Sexuality Studies via Haverford College. Students majoring in any discipline can complete a minor in Gender and Sexuality via Bryn Mawr College. The details of these programs are provided below. Students can petition with the special committee on their respective home campus (CSSP at Haverford and the Committee on Independent Majors at Bryn Mawr) to design an Independent Major in Gender and Sexuality Studies.
With two screenings and an exhibition planned for this semester, the ninth year of the Strange Truth series will examine themes of gender, justice, and historical memory across modern media.
Richie hopes to teach after gradution, before pursuing law study in graduate school to expand modern conceptions of civil rights.
This English course explores 19th-century novels that examine the aesthetic, the ethical, the sociopolitical, and the affective as categories of interest and productive cultural investment.
Through film and discussion, join activists, artists, and organizations who are working to make our region and the United States more welcoming and inclusive.
On her Hurford Center-sponsored internship, religion major Allison Wise ’20 is working with images and illustrations at the Library Company of Philadelphia to supplement one of the Philadelphia area’s canonical records.