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A Day With(out) Art 2021: Enduring Care

A World AIDS Day Event Wednesday, December 1, 2021 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (Drop-in) Moudy 132 In recognition of World AIDS Day 2021 on Wednesday, December 1, TCU WGST is proud to partner with Visual AIDS* to present Enduring Care, a video program highlighting strategies of community care within the ongoing HIV epidemic. The… Read more »

The Life and Death of Roe v Wade

By Amanda Peterson Texas Senate Bill 8 went into effect on the 1st of last month, officially restricting a person’s access to abortion. The new law, also known as the “heartbeat bill,” bans abortions after just 6 weeks of pregnancy, making no exception for cases of rape or incest. Notably, the six-week mark exists in… Read more »

Virtual Guest Speaker: Dr. Kyla Schuller

Dr. Kyla Schuller is an associate professor of Women’s Gender and Sexuality Studies at Rutgers University-New Brunswick where she investigates the intersections between race, gender, sexuality, and the life sciences in U.S. culture. Schuller is the author of The Trouble with White Women: A Counterhistory of Feminism, an incisive, inspiring history of the struggle between… Read more »

Professor Luis Romero Featured On CBS News

  Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies Assistant Professor, Dr. Luis Romero, speaks on the issue of expansive detention and deportation in response to 9/11. Dr. Romero’s report focuses on the nation’s failed immigration system describing the initial laws that failed to prevent events like 9/11 are being used to criminalize migrants. Moreover, Dr. Luis Romero… Read more »

Past CRES Chair Max Krochmal Named Distinguished Lecturer 2021

Congratulations to Dr. Max Krochmal, Associate Professor of History and founding Chair of Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies on being appointed by the Organization of American Historians’ as “Distinguished Lecturer”. The new lectures are now part of almost 600 prominent scholars that discuss pertinent and perplexing issues across the nation on every aspect of American… Read more »

WGST SPRING 2022!

Curious about WGST? Want to learn more about our two majors, minor, emphasis and exciting courses for SPRING 2022?Check out this video for a quick overview! You can also email wgst@tcu.edu or talk to any of our amazing WGST faculty for more information and answers to all your questions. We hope to see you in… Read more »

Fifth Annual Native American and Indigenous People’s Day Symposium–“Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two-Spirit People: From Awareness to Action”

By Amanda Peterson Next week TCU will host its 5th annual Native American and Indigenous People’s Day Symposium. The main events will take place between October 4th and 5th and will include presentations and a panel discussion; the first event will take place this Thursday, September 30 (see below for a full schedule). This year’s… Read more »

Fresh Faces in Women and Gender Studies

By Amanda Peterson Though they aren’t exactly new to WGST, Professors Tiffany Jackson and Dr. Randa Tawil may look unfamiliar to those who spent a year in Zoom classes. With classes returning to in-person, there’s no better time to get to know these personalities in WGST. Those who have been at TCU for longer may… Read more »