2015 Meredith Miller Memorial Lecture with Joan Scott

Fifty Years of Academic Feminism with Joan Scott.

Karmapa at Princeton Focuses on Activism, Art, Environment and Gender

After stopping in on the spiritual open mic night in the basement of Princeton’s Murray Dodge Hall last night, His Holiness the Karmapa spent an additional two days eating with students in campus dining halls, sitting in on classes on climate change and sculpture and interacting with groups of students and faculty around several issues dear to his heart: the environment, gender, activism and art. (Read More)

Academics First, Then Athletics by Friend of GSS Amy Campbell

Amy Campbell, Friend of GSS, has her article "Academics First, Then Athletics" published in the Chronicle of Higher Education.

Caroline Kitchener '14 Writes Article on Campus Sexual Assault for The Atlantic

"When Helping Rape Victims Hurts a College’s Reputation", an article by Caroline Kitchener, was published in The Atlantic. Caroline is a member of the GSS Certificate Class of 2014 and this article is based on the research done for her thesis.

Professor Brian Herrera Receives Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellowship

Brian Herrera, Assistant Professor of Theater in the Lewis Center for the Arts and Affiliated Faculty with the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies, has received a 2014-15 Donald D. Harrington Faculty Fellowship, a research fellowship awarded by the University of Texas at Austin.

GSS Grad Student Tikia Hamilton Pens Article on American Racial Climate

"‘Thuggish': A Hypocritical Pretext for Killing Black People" an article written by GSS Graduate Student Tikia Hamilton was published in Urban Cusp.

2014 Meredith Miller lecturer receives MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Grant

Cartoonist Alison Bechdel ‘in shock’ after winning $625,000 ‘genius’ grant.
The graphic memoirist is among 21 recipients of this year’s MacArthur Foundation no-strings-attached stipend.

In a Mattress, a Lever for Art and Political Protest

A Columbia University student’s performance piece is a protest against the university’s handling of her charges of sexual assault on campus.