The Department of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Emory University is proud to support a generous and pluralistic understanding of women's studies in its work. The department foregrounds analysis of gender and sexualities in intersection with other important categories including race, ethnicity, religion, class, disability and nationality. We examine genealogies of feminist thought, contemporary theories of gender and sexuality and explore the complex relations between theory and practice.
Read Prof. Lynne Huffer's recent article "The Persistence of Unreason: Michel Foucault's Mad Melodrama" and Prof. Michael Moon's recent article "Medium Envy." Both are published in the journal CRITICISM and are available through Project Muse provided by the Emory Libraries.