The Gender Studies Honor Society is pleased to present Volume 8 of Through Gendered Lenses, our Undergraduate Academic Journal of Gender Research and Scholarship. The Honor Society is proud of the finished product, which includes the following papers:
“I am the Lord of the Dance,” Said He: Deconstructing Toxic Masculinity in Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance
Moira Horn – Senior Gender Studies and Pre-Health Major
Compassionate Care for Victims of Sexual Assault
Malavika Praseed – Senior English and Pre-Health Major
Historical and Current Influences on the Black Reproductive Movement and its Human Rights Focus
Magdalene Walters – Sophomore Pre-Medicine Biological Sciences Major and Poverty Studies Minor
“Was Your Mother Counted?”: Changing Gender Norms in Nigeria
Elizabeth Crimmins – Junior IT Management and History Major
Empowerment in Context: An Examination of Global Mamas
Emily Beaudoin – Senior Gender Studies Major, International Development Studies and Peace Studies Minors
The quality and diversity of these papers demonstrate that Gender Studies is a thriving, interdisciplinary program that appeals to students across majors and subjects and inspires them to create truly exemplary academic work.
Please join us for the Through Gendered Lenses Volume 8 Book Launch on May 3 at 1:00 pm in the O'Shaughnessy Great Hall.