Critical Culture, Gender, & Race Studies at WSU
The department offers B.A.'s in comparative ethnic studies and women's studies and an M.A. and Ph.D. in American studies. Minors are offered in comparative ethnic studies, women's studies, and queer studies.
- CES 338: Cinematic Images of Blackness, Dr. Lisa Guerrero
- W St 120: Sex, Race, and Reproduction in Global Health Politics (course syllabus), Leigh Gaskin
6-Week 1 (5/11-6/19)
- CES 151: Introduction to Chicano/Latino Studies, Jorge E. Moraga
- CES 209: Hip Hop Around the Globe, Nicholas D. Krebs
- CES/W St 300: Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, & Sexuality, Selena Lester Breikss
- CES 440: Global Social Justice (course syllabus), Raihan M. Sharif
- W St 101: Gender & Power: Intro to Women's Studies, Lucia Soriano
- W St 338: Women & Popular Culture, Tiffany Christian
6-Week 2 (6/22-7/31)
- CES/W St 300: Intersections of Race, Class, Gender, & Sexuality, Lizeth Gutierrez
- CES 308: Cultural Politics of Sport, Casey Ratto
- W St 101: Gender & Power: Intro to Women's Studies, Ruby Kim
- W St 309: Women Writers – "Graphic Narrative by Women", Dr. Pamela Thoma
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Dr. C. Richard King has been named a WSU Humanities Fellow for the 2015–2016 academic year.
Several CCGRS students and faculty are presenting papers at the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association conference April 1–4.
Governor Appoints CCGRS Instructor to Board
Dr. Michael Johnson has been appointed to the Washington State Clemency and Pardons Board, effective February 23, 2015.
Dr. Marc Robinson gave an invited lecture at Whitworth University about the achievements of the Black Student Union.
Ph.D. Student Published
Nicholas Krebs published "Confidently (Non)cognizant of Neoliberalism: Kanye West and the Interruption of Taylor Swift" in The Cultural Impact of Kanye West, edited by Julius Bailey (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014).
Dr. Pamela Thoma gave an invited presentation at Sophia University (Tokyo) titled "Mutating Figures in Postfeminist North American Chick Culture: Pregnant Teens, Tiger Mothers, and Orphan Clones."
Student Receives Fellowship
Jorge Moraga has been awarded an American Association of Hispanics in Higher Education (AAHHE) Graduate Student Fellowship to attend the 2015 AAHHE National Conference in Frisco, Texas.
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