Favorite WGS Class: WGS 4500: Violence Against Sexual Minorities with Doug. He shows deep understanding and analysis of certain acts of discrimination there are towards the LGBTQ community and you can learn so much from him, his critiques, and the readings assigned.
Favorite Book: Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More by Janet Mock
Awards: Dean's List
After graduation Jemalyn will be attending Saint Louis University School of Law to pursue a career in health law.
Quote: "Do all things with love"
Favorite WGS Class: Human Sexuality taught by Lisa Speidel. Lisa created such incredible discussions on very important topics and it is a class that I would encourage everyone to take.
After graduation Jack hopes to work on the production side of the film industry when the economy re-opens. Until then he will be raising his new dog Tyson and doing freelance work in filming and editing.
Favorite WGS Class: Intro to WGS because it really sparked my interest in gender related issues and feminist politics.
Parting Thoughts: Thank you so much to Bonnie Hagerman, Lisa Speidel, and Doug Meyer for inspiring my studies and feminist/LGBTQ activism. There's no one like you guys.
Favorite WGS Class: Gender Based Violence... Lisa was a great teacher!!
Favorite Books: The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah
Awards: Dean's List
After graduation Emily will be interning with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Charlottesville, and completing a Master of Public Policy at the Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy next May.
In the News
Congratulations Professor Hagerman... for your contract with UVa Press!
"Skimpy Coverage: Sports Illustrated and the Construction of the Female Athlete" coming next spring!
Led by WGS affiliates David Getsy and Cole Rizki, the working group will “have two main foci: first, to discuss the role of global history within transgender studies and, second, to encourage development of curricular and research activities in transgender studies at the University of Virginia.