Women's and Gender Studies Residency
Gender Roles and Identities: Evolution and Revolution
The Women's and Gender Studies Residency allows students to choose one of seven studies that uses a blended model combining an online component with one onsite meeting in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
- Examine the ways that gender roles and identities are socially constructed within specific cultural and historical contexts.
- Consider how human societies organize themselves and determine power and privilege along gender lines.
- Explore the development of historic and contemporary gender identities.
At the start of the term, students will study online in Moodle, attend the onsite meeting in Saratoga March 2-3, and then return home to finish the remainder of the term online. While onsite, students will meet with their selected study group, attend plenary sessions, hear from guest speakers and engage in discussions with faculty and fellow students.
What is it?
An interdisciplinary study that combines online learning with one onsite meeting.
113 West Ave.
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
Spring 1 2018 term
Term: Jan. 16 - April 27
Onsite meeting: March 2-3
Who to Contact
518-783-6203 ext. 5944