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Are you interested in learning the stories of women from around the globe? How about studying cultural assumptions about gender, race and class? The women’s and gender studies minor at Goshen College enables students—both women and men—to gain a new perspective on their experiences in a gendered society.
This minor will equip you with the tools to identify factors that constrain women’s lives. You’ll work with our stellar staff to examine gender through the lens of literature, history, popular culture, sociology, religion and more. You can also join the Goshen Student Women’s Association (GSWA), a student-run club whose mission is to build community and create a safe space to discuss women’s issues and other concerns. When you enter the job market, organizations will value your unique, informed perspective on contemporary issues related to gender.
Becca Yoder, from Lancaster, Pennsylvania, graduated in 2013. She is a singer, a Spanish interpreter, a volunteer and a peacemaker who came to Goshen College to study social work, Spanish and women's studies.
Sam Carlson, a peace, justice and conflict studies (PJCS) major with a minor in women’s and gender studies, takes his PJCS studies seriously. In the summer of 2014, he served at a conflict resolution center in Palestine.
While at Goshen College, Rachel Halder '10, from Parnell, Iowa, studied communications and women's studies. Since graduating, Rachel designed and worked in support groups for young girls and women in Peru and Indonesia.