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APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY Women’s Studies Program

Appalachian State University Women’s Studies Program was founded in 1976 and is the second oldest program in the state. It provides academic leadership to the community for the study of women’s and gender issues, and gender/feminist/womanist theories.

Appalachian State University Women’s Studies Program was founded in 1976 and is the second oldest program in the state. It provides academic leadership to the community for the study of women’s and gender issues, and gender/feminist/womanist theories. This leadership finds expression both in the classroom as well as in a variety of other venues. In order to accomplish this mission, the program offers a new approach to traditional academic disciplines by incorporating the study and contribution of women; an interdisciplinary model of scholarship constructed around women’s and gender issues as well as gender/feminist/womanist theories; an open atmosphere for the exchange of ideas and expressions of concern over a wide range of women’s and gender issues on our campus and in our society. The Appalachian State Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies allows students to seek training at the graduate level in women’s studies and get formal recognition for completing this training successfully.
Dr. Martha McCaughey mccaugheym@appstate.edu 828.262.7603

 

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