Gender studies at Marlboro approaches issues of gender and sexuality from variety of disciplinary perspectives, and brings together both theory and research methods to achieve that aim.
While gender studies has its roots in the women’s movement of the 1960s and 70s, today the field’s exploration of identity, power, and privilege goes much further. Drawing on the feminist scholarship of women of color, as well as queer theory, gender studies examines how identity and inequality are inextricably related.
War stories: Exploring the progression of Tim O’Brien and the gendered nature of war literature and film
The personal is the political is the psychopathological: Theories on the etiology and teleology of sex and gender
Empowerment through education: A study of sexuality education and how it relates to social inequality