Tag: Women’s and Gender Studies

Dan Meinhardt returns to the Philosophers Café

The time Assoc. Prof. Dan Meinhardt (Human Biology & Women’s and Gender Studies) led a discussion at the Philosophers Café, attendees were left to ask family members and co-workers : “Do you really think gender —I mean the biological fact — could be nothing more than a social construct?  That’s crazy, isn’t it?”  Meinhardt promises to […]

Prof. Meinhardt presents his artwork at Jabberwock Gallery

Prof. Daniel Meinhardt (Human Biology and Women’s and Gender Studies) will have a mobile on display at The Jabberwock Art Gallery in Algoma, beginning Aug. 5. The show is called “The Mobiles Show.” His art (as well as that of other faculty and UW-Green Bay graduates) will also be on display at The ARTgarage, August […]

Faculty note: Gates, Meinhardt art selected for show

Two art pieces—one by Alison Gates (Art) and Dan Meinhardt (Human Biology and Women’s Studies)—the other an individual piece by Meinhardt, have been selected for a show at the Edna Carlsten Gallery at UW-Stevens Point, June 18–July 29. The gallery is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Meinhardt meinhada@uwgb.edu.

Final ‘After Thoughts’ of 2015-16 features ‘Women Who Dare’

GREEN BAY –The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s final After Thoughts presentation of the academic year will explore the contributions, obstacles and challenges of selected women performing artists from the 12th century to the present. UW-Green Bay Professor of Music Sarah Meredith Livingston will present “Women Who Dare” on Tuesday, April 5 in Fort Howard Hall […]

Kudos: Meinhardt and Gates have piece selected for art show

Alison Gates (Art and Design) and Daniel Meinhardt (Human Biology and Women’s and Gender Studies) have received word that their mixed media art piece, Gender Reveal Party, has been chosen for the show Intimate Systems by the Artists in Residence at Madison’s 100arts. About 25 artists were selected from about 100 submitted pieces.  Information about […]

‘Women in STEM Fields’ is panel topic Nov. 5


Join the Women’s and Gender Studies Program and the Green Bay Chapter of the American Association of University Women for a panel on women in the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) at 6 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, in Phoenix Room A in the University Union. Mark your calendars. We’ll have more details on […]

UW-Green Bay hears feminist perspective on video-game tropes

An overflow audience of about 175 turned out Monday night (April 6) for a lecture/discussion featuring nationally known media critic and feminist blogger Anita Sarkeesian. Sarkeesian shared with her Phoenix Room audience a message she has been promoting through a series of online videos for her non-profit, Feminist Frequency, in interviews with outlets including “Nightline,” […]

Nationally known speaker on campus tonight to talk ‘online harassment’


Anita Sarkeesian, a feminist video game blogger and media critic, will speak on the topic of “Navigating the Gendered Minefield of Online Harassment” at 8 p.m. tonight (Monday, April 6) in the Phoenix Room of the University Union. An activist in deconstructing what she describes as the stereotypes and tropes associated with women in popular […]

Christine Smith facilitates Civil Rights documentary/discussion

Honoring Women’s History Month, the Green Bay–De Pere YWCA invites the public for a viewing and discussion of a new documentary film from Wisconsin Public Television (WPT), “Vel Phillips: Dream Big Dreams.” The event will be facilitated by Christine Smith, associate professor of Human Development and the chair of UW-Green Bay’s Women’s and Gender Studies […]


Faculty note: Gates’ art takes Best of Show at Slocumb


Associate Prof. Alison Gates (Art and Design/Women’s and Gender Studies) won the top honor of “Best of Show” in the Slocumb Gallery’s 30th annual Positive/Negative national juried art exhibition at East Tennessee State University. Her mixed-media sculpture, titled “Tyranny of Ancestry” was selected from over 300 entries by guest curator Mika Yoshitake of the Smithsonian’s […]