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World AIDS Day

Dr. Marlon M. Bailey on WTIU for World AIDS Day Newsbreak | Article

What is Indiana University Department of Gender Studies?

IU Gender Studies on Jeopardy, episode #5842, Airdate: 1/25/2010

Gender Studies on JeopardyWatch the clip on youtube

Anna, clearly on the ball, earns $1600 for asking "What is Gender Studies?"

Gender Studs Drag Kings

Gender StudsFind the Gender Studs on facebook or email the Gender Studs

The Gender Studs: They're sexy, they're smooth, they'll talk queer theory to you all night long...

So maybe you are a groupie of the Gender Studies department's sexy drag troupe, the Gender Studs. Maybe you haven't been out for a night of fun in years. Either way, you do not want to miss *THE* DRAG EVENT OF THE YEAR, this coming Thursday, as part of the PRIDE Film Festival. Yep, that's right, the Gender Studs have made the big-time. Names in lights, up on the big stage, it it will be one hot spectacle of pride-lovin' kings and queers. Academics will enjoy an additional special treat playing 'spot the theorist' in the historical multimedia display. Fun for all, and kid-friendly* too!

Thursday, January 28
PRIDE Film Festival - Buskirk-Chumley Theater
Short films start at 7pm, expect the Gender Studs around 8:00pm (post- intermission)
For ticket info: http://pridefilmfestival.org/tickets-passes/
students get a discount / *PG-13 for brief nudity and some adult content.

Congratulations go out to:

Profs. Colin Johnson and Mary Gray (affiliate) for their award for a "Queering the Countryside" workshop. As a department, this grant will contribute to our profile as the epicenter of trans and rural queer studies, and it will provide the IU gender studies community at large with great intellectual opportunities in the coming year.

Prof. Brenda Weber received a CAHI travel grant to the UK for her project, "Reality Gendervision: Decoding Gender on Transatlantic Reality TV." Our gender and media studies is going transatlantic!

Brenda Weber's NPR Commentary http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=123206431

Professor Suzanna Walters has been awarded a CAHI for her new book project.

Professor Ellen Ketterson, a biologist and Gender Studies Affiliate, has been named a fellow in the AAAS, American Academy for the Advancement of Science.