Women’s and Gender Studies
Women’s and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary program that examines the diversity of women’s and men’s experiences as they are informed by gender, class, race/ethnicity, sexuality, age, ability, social location, and cultural and national identity. The program is shaped by the theoretical and methodological questions and insights of feminist thought and gender scholarship in many fields. The program offers a major and a minor. Graduates of the program have gone on to careers in law, medicine, teaching, community organizing, counseling, business, social work, and many kinds of not-for-profit organizations.
The Women’s Studies program at Drew began as a minor in the College of Liberal Arts in the mid-1970s. The major was established in 1997, celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2017.
Jill Cermele Psychology
Caitlin Killian Sociology
Jinee Lokaneeta Political Science
Marie-Pascale Pieretti French & Humanities
Kimberly Rhodes Art History