The UNC Gender Studies program enables participants, as students and lifelong learners, to investigate gender issues through interdisciplinary approaches. We examine the ways in which race/ethnicity, class, sexuality, nationality, age and ability affect how cultures create structures of gender, power and inequality. The program will equip you to understand complexities of identity in the ever-changing context of their personal, political and social lives.
A More Accepting World
Gender Studies offers students the opportunities to explore and understand gender issues, building a more accepting world. Watch this video and learn more about UNC's Gender Studies minor.
Using visual and literary art, UNC students express themselves, spark insight and inspire others to build and express understanding and acceptance. Find even more student expressions on the Center for Women's and Gender Equity home page.
BOOK CONTRACT FOR SONIA JOHNSON BIOGRAPHY
Professor Chris Talbot received a book contract from the University of Illinois Press for an intellectual biography of Mormon feminist Sonia Johnson, pictured here. Congratulations!
ENGENDERING SOCIAL CHANGE
We have a new tagline! In Fall 2017, the Gender Studies program sought submissions from students for a new program tagline. Congratulations to Alyson Dodds, who won the contest with the tagline "Engendering Social Change." Alyson was awarded $49 in Bear Bucks for her submission, which is now featured prominently on our website!
Bear In Mind: Issues of School Dress Code
In this episode of the UNC Bear in Mind podcast, we hear from Dr. Christine Talbot, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Gender Studies, about the ideas of a dress code and what the means to masculinity, femininity and more.
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