The WGS department is sorry to share that Abby Arnold, who was a lecturer at WGS, died recently after a long illness. The obituary from the Daily Progress is below:
A “short take” linking old-age justice and racial justice that was recently published by WGS Associate Professor Corinne Field and Cultural Critic Margaret Gullette.
Dear WGS Students:
We here in the WGS Department hope that you are all safely and comfortably self-quarantining. We understand that this time has been strange, eventful and stressful, and we appreciate all you are doing to stay healthy and remain engaged with your studies.
U.Va. professor brings festival of Indian documentaries to Grounds
The University of Virginia's Department of Women Gender & Sexuality (WGS) invites applicants for a tenure track appointment as Assistant or Associate Professor of Sexuality Studies. Candidates’ field of specialization should fall within the areas of transnational sexuality studies and/or LGBTQ issues in a global context. Research centering on the global south that concerns people of color, disenfranchised communities, and/or indigenous populations would be particularly valuable. Scholars working on LGBTQ health in transnational perspectives are also encouraged to apply.