Murphy

The Yellow Ticket

$15 / $5 Students/ Free for UVA students in advance & those under 18.

Violinist-composer Alicia Svigals, pianist Marilyn Lerner, and UVA faculty member and clarinetist Joel Rubin will accompany a live screening of the 1918 Pola Negri silent film, “The Yellow Ticket” in collaboration with the Virginia Film Festival. The score, written by Svigals, was commissioned by the Foundation for Jewish Culture’s 2013 New Jewish Music Network and Svigals and Lerner regularly tour with this multi-media event. 

New Section of WGS 2100 Intro to WGS added to SIS

We have opened up a new section of Intro to Women, Gender & Sexuality that meets Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3:30-4:45PM.  WGS 2100-004 with Abigail Arnold. Please sign up in SIS if that works for you.

This 4th section makes our Intro class available to 30 more students!

WGS Open House

Please join us at the inaugeral event at our new home in Levering Hall on the East Range near the historic Lawn. 

Est. 1889: Photo

Office of the Architect Historic Structure Report - pdf

Avery

Selected Publications:

Avery, L. R., Ward, L. M., Moss, L., & Üsküp, D. (2017). Tuning gender: Representations of femininity and masculinity in popular music by Black artists. Journal of Black Psychology, 43, 159-191. doi: 10.1177/0095798415627917

Goldey, K. L., Avery, L. R., & van Anders, S. M. (2014). Sexual fantasies and gender/sex: A multimethod approach with quantitative content analysis and hormonal responses. The Journal of Sex Research, 51, 917-931. doi:10.1080/00224499.2013.798611

Victorious Secret - Final Fridays Reception

Victorious Secret - A talk with the artist

Angela Lorenz public lecture, “Women Athletes as Family Status Symbol: Goals for Daughters in the Roman Empire,”

WGS 4500 (Global Sth)

This course takes a multidisciplinary perspective to examine how power, violence and inequality work against women in the global South and what they are doing about it. We begin by defining violence, which includes not only physical abuse, but also psychological abuse, maldevelopment, marginalization, and lack of access to political, economic, and social resources. The course then focuses on conditions that fuel violence against women in the global South, including colonial rule, civil war, rape culture, and neoliberalism.

Arnold

Burak-Adli

Burak-Adli, Feyza (2012). “The Veiled Periphery: Rural Kurdish Women in Turkey and Taboo of Sexuality.” Student Anthropologist Vol. 3, Number 1.

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