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Women and Gender Studies


Photo and story by Taylor Blanch / Contributing Writer Saturday marked the end of the Women and Gender Studies Program’s 13th biennial interdisciplinary conference, titled “Creating Global Change.” A student showcase kicked off the conference on Wednesday, followed by keynote speaker and creative writer Daisy Hernandez on Thursday. All included topics, papers and performances that …

Photo and Story by Tiffany Brady / Contributing Writer Interim Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and MTSU English Professor Newtona Johnson spoke in the Honors Building’s amphitheater on Monday in contribution to the Spring Honors Lecture Series, Rhetoric in Contemporary Culture, an event held by the Honors College every semester. Johnson was the former director of Women …

Photo courtesy of Flickr Steph Hendrick presented her findings regarding women in the gaming world at her research series for the Women’s and Gender Studies department last Thursday in the James Union Building. The research series was titled “When ‘Wifey’ is on the Front Line: Legitimizing Practices in Female Gamer Tags in Augmented Reality Environments.” According …