Libby Nutt Williams
Dr. Libby Williams has been elected the 2013 Woman of the Year for the Section for the Advancement of Women (SAW) of the Society of Counseling Psychology at the American Psychological Association. Congratulations, Libby!
Annual WGSX Colloquium
The first annual Women Studies colloquium was held March 22-24, 2000. With the support of the Alice McLellan Birney Women Studies Fund, the cross-disciplinary study area in Women, Gender, & Sexuality presents a colloquium each spring in connection with Women's History Month. Please explore below for past and future events and join us each spring as we bring together speakers on a variety of topics related to women and gender.
Last Colloquium Topic
Annual Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Colloquium
March 25-27, 2014
Over the past fourteen years, the WGSX Colloquium has become an established tradition at St. Mary’s College. This very successful annual program has regularly drawn large audiences to events that have offered powerful interdisciplinary combinations of scholarly discourse and artistic expression (including film screenings, theatrical performances, and exhibitions) to discuss a topic critical to the lives of women.
The colloquium featured Dr. Mary Hawkesworth (Women Studies and Political Science at Rutgers University and editor of Signs), Dr. Maliha Safri (Economics at Drew University), and a retrospective of the first 15 years of colloquium topics featuring the art designs of Jim Gallagher (who designs our colloquium posters).
Annual Colloquium - 2014
Overworked and Underpaid: Gendered Labor in the 21st Century
Annual Colloquium - 2013
Choices and Lives: Abortion After Roe v Wade
Annual Colloquium - 2012
Going Viral: 30 Years of Living With HIV/AIDS
Annual Colloquium - 2011
Women in War: Object/Subject
Annual Colloquium - 2010
(En)GEndering Political Change
Annual Colloquium - 2009
Caution: Women at Work
Annual Colloquium - 2008
Gender B(l)ending: Beyond the Binary
Annual Colloquium - 2007
Hitched: Marriage in America
Annual Colloquium - 2006
The War on Women's Rights: Money / Body / Movement
Annual Colloquium - 2005
Representations of Sex(uality): Pornography, Obscenity, Deviance