Gender Studies

At Mount Holyoke, gender studies grew out of women's studies, with its commitment to uncovering the realities of women's lives, understanding the nature of women's oppression, and charting paths to significant social change. Building on this foundation, gender studies encompasses investigations into the very nature of gender; its intersection with other forms of difference and power such as class, race, nation, and sexuality; and its intimate connection with myriad forms of knowledge and social practice, from scientific investigation to artistic creation and performance.

Gender studies classes at MHC include feminist theory and history, global power relations, methodology, and more.
Gender studies classes at MHC include feminist theory and history, global power relations, methodology, and more.