Featuring Katie Wirsing
Students spoke on racial, class, and gender related topics through spoken word. Katie Wirsing is a well known spoken word artist who has traveled across the country performing. She has also toured and performed with Andrea Gibson.
Gender Matters Expo
Students are given the opportunity to present on academic papers, presentations, and projects that relate to gender and how gender impacts our society.
Women's Studies Interns
'13-'14 Academic Year
(From left to right)
Kirstie Dienert '14; Psychology major; firstname.lastname@example.org
Kari Taylor '14; Sociology major & WS minor; email@example.com
Jeff Miller '14; Psychology & Math double major; firstname.lastname@example.org
A women’s studies minor pairs perfectly with any other major. Recent grads are working as pastors, authors and AmeriCorps volunteers. Others are pursuing advanced degrees in graduate school.Learn More
Iselin Ihrstad '12
Pursuing master's in gender and women's studies, Minnesota State University Mankato
Sociology Major; Women's Studies and Communication Minor
I was always interested in various gender and women’s issues, and would always try to find ways to start discussions and conversations about these issues. It is because of my great experience with the women’s studies program at Concordia that I was able to decide that this is where my passion lies and that I want to pursue a further academic and professional career within this field.
Sureshi Jayawardene '08
PhD student in African American Studies at Northwestern University
Global Studies Major; Women's Studies Minor
My minor in women's studies at Concordia made me take a more deliberate look at gender in analysis of social issues. This experience helped me develop critical research from a gendered lens regarding women of color and in more global settings such as Sri Lanka's civil war.
Dana Rognlie '10
Pursuing Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Oregon
Philosophy Major; Women's Studies Minor
Women's studies at Concordia gave me a house to study not just the sociology of women’s oppression in the world, but to develop a feminist political philosophy to grapple with the problems.