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Gender and Sexuality Working Group: NYU Grad Student Reading Group

A new reading group for NYU graduate students is being formed under the sponsorship of the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality. The Gender and Sexuality Working Group (GSWG) is a reading and working group for graduate students from all schools and disciplines of NYU, at any stage of their program, whose research already involves the study of gender, sexuality, queer studies, and related fields or who would like to draw the study of gender and sexuality more centrally into their research. The GSWG will meet approximately once a month, and its specific activities will be determined by members’ interests.

There will be an initial organizational meeting for the GSWG on Tuesday, February 9th at 6:30 p.m., in room 709 of the CSGS offices (41 East 11th Street, 7th floor).

If you plan on attending the meeting or if you would like more information about the GSWG, please email Sarah Ostendorf at sco229@nyu.edu.

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