Hope College undergraduate Sutton Steensma responds to “Trust Black Women: Reproductive Justice and Eugenics” by Loretta Ross.
Hope College undergraduate Kaylee Stanton reflects–in poetic expression–on feminist research and Women’s music as a genre.
Hope College’s Elizabeth Bassett reflects–in poetry–to Loretta Ross’s conceptualization of Reproductive Justice Theory.
Hope College undergraduate Nicole Galloway reflects on the researcher’s authority and responsibility in creating knowledge.
Student reflection–applying feminist Marxism to analyze the Hope Forward program and the capitalist exchange.
Hope College’s WGS Major Erin Powers explores the beauty industry, focusing on how to ask feminist research questions.
Asian community members are stuck in a double-bind; trapped between high expectations and the harmful racialized characterizations that continue to exist.
Award winning WGS students at Hope College!
Claiming My Education, Claiming My Truth as a Survivor By Makenna Clarke “Student Feature” is our newest addition to the WGS blog. Student-scholars enrolled in WGS courses have consented to share their experiences inside and outside the classroom with the Hope community. April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month (NSAAM), and this year the Students …
Claiming My Education: “Inclusive Design, Ethical Tech, and All of Us”–An Event Review By Gracyn Carter “Student Feature” is our newest addition to the WGS blog. Student-scholars enrolled in WGS courses have consented to share their experiences inside and outside the classroom with the Hope community. Today, one student reviews the April 2, 2019 event, …