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Our Wonderful MA Graduates!!


HUGE Congratulations to these WGSS Superstars!

Their impressive accomplishments are truly well deserved. We wish you all the best in the future!

WGSS Receives 1M Mellon Grant!

The Mellon Foundation awarded WGSS with a 1M grant that will boost Transgender Studies at KU.

WGSS Recieves 1M Mellon Grant

The Mellon Foundation awarded WGSS with a 1M grant that will boost Transgender Studies at KU.

Two WGSS PhD Alums have now published books!

Congrats to Corinne Schwarz and Jo Kipgen! In Policing Victimhood: Human Trafficking, Frontline Work, and the Carceral State, Schwarz examines critical issues in crime and society.

'Masculine Pregnancies' Reveals Literary Relationship Between Artistic Creation and Procreation

LAWRENCE — Pregnancy has traditionally been seen as among the most “feminine” traits. A new book argues that not only is this perspective changing, but it’s also been a contested viewpoint in literature for more than a century.

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New Book Network Podcast explores new book by Akiko Takeyama

In a world dominated by the notion of autonomy, free choice, and consent, Akiko Takeyama takes us on a thought-provoking journey into the heart of Japan's adult video industry in her groundbreaking book, Involuntary Consent, The Illusion o

New York Book Review Features Nick Syrett

The Trials of Madame Restell: Nineteenth-Century America’s Most Infamous Female Physician and the Campaign to Make Abortion a Crime by Nicholas L. Syrett

Two KU Doctoral Students Receive Fulbright-Hays Dissertation Award

LAWRENCE — Two doctoral candidates at the University of Kansas have been awarded the prestigious Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Award, receiving a combined $92,000 to conduct research in South America.

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