Welcome to the Gender Institute
A university-wide research center funded by the Provost, the Gender Institute supports and promotes research and teaching related to women, gender, and sexuality. We offer fellowships, grants, and cosponsorships to faculty and students to encourage and support their research on women and on the intricate connections between gender and other social constructions, such as sexuality, race, class, health, age, nationality, religion, and nature. We also sponsor and cosponsor programs, including lectures, workshops, conferences, symposia, film screenings, and art exhibitions, to encourage interdisciplinary scholarship and artistic achievement.
The Gender Institute is pleased to announce our
2015-16 Dissertation Fellow
Kristina Darling, English
"'An Imagist Turned Philosopher': Formal Innovation, Conscious Experience,
and the Self in Modernist Women's Poetry"
Darling's research explores the ways that early twentieth-century female writers (particularly Mina Loy, H.D., Gertrude Stein, and Marianne Moore) used form and technique to respond to the philosophical writings of their time, which included groundbreaking work by Sigmund Freud, Charles Saunders Peirce, and William James. Her dissertation will consider the use of seemingly small stylistic choices to reclaim agency over a predominantly male discourse, ultimately rendering these conversations more inclusive.
We are pleased to announce our fall 2015 symposium:
Wonder Women and Super Men
Keynote lecture by Jill Lepore
The David Woods Kemper '41 Professor of American History, Harvard University
“The Secret History of Wonder Woman”
Sponsored by the Buffalo Humanities Festival
Friday, Sept. 25, 8 p.m.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo
For the call for papers, click here. More details coming soon.
Read about the Gender Institute in the news
Read our fall 2014 NEWSLETTER!
Read about our Ph.D. Dissertation Workshop here.
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