WS 6800/MC 6400 Women's Studies Archive Project

 
The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program @BGSU celebrates our 40th anniversary in 2018 as the first Women’s Studies program approved within the state of Ohio. Students in WS 6800/MC 6400 Humanistic Research Methods worked with BGSU archivists to find a research question to answer using the Women’s Studies archive material.

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Submissions from 2018

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Vision Board, Kayla Pruitte

Submissions from 2017

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The Status of Women Faculty at BGSU 1972-1998, Fatimah Alasiri

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BGSU’s Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies: the Battle Against Power-Based Violence on Campus, Aimee Burns and Tarishi Verma

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Institutional Support of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies At Bowling Green State University: A Historical Perspective Using Found Poems, Jordan Conrad

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Celebration of Title IX, Kimberly Ennis Kuiper and Tanja Vierrether

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What has been the purpose of using the gender symbol for "woman" in women's programs at BGSU?, Michail Markodimitrakis and Elizabeth Brownlow

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This is What 40 Looks Like, Tabetha Violet