Research Workshop Joint Panel


Location: 119 O'Shaughnessy

Rw Spring 17 Joint Poster

Katie Osborn, PhD English Student and Gender Studies Graduate Minor Student
The Age of Indignation: Affect, Anecdote and Gender in an Eighteenth-Century Paper
Abstract     Poster

Abi Ocobock, PostDoctoral Fellow, Sociology
Less Need or More Greed?: The Impact of Legal Marriage on LGBQ Community Life
Abstract     Poster

Stacy Sivinski, PhD English Student and Gender Studies Graduate Minor Student
A Place Apart: The Function of Time in George Egerton’s Keynotes
Abstract     Poster

Abigail Jorgensen, PhD Sociology and Gender Studies Graduate Minor Student
In the 'Fear' Future: the impact of potential children on the decision making processes of potential mothers
Abstract     Poster


Reception to follow Joint Panel


In order to advance the program’s commitment to inter-disciplinary research and inquiry into the subject of gender, the Gender Studies Program is pleased to announce an upcoming series of research workshops. The events will include presentations by advanced undergraduates majoring in Gender Studies as well as graduate students and faculty members from a variety of departments who work in the area of gender and sexuality. The workshop will begin with the week’s presenter giving a brief lecture on his or her current research in the field, followed by a seminar-style discussion. 

Workshops are held on Thursdays from 4:00pm – 5:00 pm in 339 O’Shaughnessy unless otherwise specified below.

If you would like to reserve a date for a presentation at one of the Research Workshops please contact one of our Research Workshop coordinators: Jeremy Davidheiser or Marjorie Housley.

Sponsored by the Marian Mullin Hancock Gender Studies Fund.