Spera is Hope College’s annual research magazine, a publication that highlights the scholarly accomplishments of Hope’s faculty. This year, the Women’s & Gender Studies program is thrilled to see the work of Dr. Lynn Japinga and Dr. Sarah Kornfield featured in this prestigious publication. Dr. Lynn Japinga’s new book From Daughters to Disciples features research […]
Award winning WGS students at Hope College!
See recent student projects in WGS cross-listed course, Christian Feminism REL 264
I (Hannah Jones, ’21) attended a screening of the film Forbidden Voices on November 18, 2019, at the Knickerbocker Theater in downtown Holland. This event was sponsored by Hope College’s Markets & Morality students organization and co-sponsored by the Center for Global Engagement, Global Studies Program, Asian Studies Program, Phelps Scholars Program, Department of Political […]
The students in WGS 200: Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies recently finished a course module on bodies. This module focuses on answering the question: How does society (including ourselves) understand women’s bodies? At the end of this module, students read Gabi: A Girl in Pieces by Isabel Quintero. This book gave students an opportunity […]
Each semester, WGS faculty meet with students for advising: helping students discern how to pursue their educations and future vocations. This advising season, as students prepare to register for courses in Spring 2020, we’re excited to announce the following upcoming courses.
Research is the process of asking questions that have yet to be answered and then discovering the answer. Hope College is excited to welcome students into this process, teaching students the methods of research and supporting students as they discover answers to their own questions. Hope’s Women’s & Gender Studies students engage in research—studying how […]
Welcome to the Hope College Women’s and Gender Studies first blog post. We are excited to share stories from our faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends. Our guest next week will be Dr. Carrie Bredow, Psychology faculty member and Director of the WGS Program. Meet Dr. Bredow, and come back next week to learn more!