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Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities


The Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities, located within the Integrated Humanities Center at Cal State Los Angeles, promotes cutting edge, interdisciplinary research in women's, gender, and sexuality studies through its lecture and performance series, its grants and fellowships to support student and faculty scholarship, its annual conference, its online journal GenderSexions, and its diverse on- and off-campus partnerships.

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Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities


The Center for the Study of Genders and Sexualities, located within the Integrated Humanities Center at Cal State Los Angeles, promotes cutting edge, interdisciplinary research in women's, gender, and sexuality studies through its lecture and performance series, its grants and fellowships to support student and faculty scholarship, its annual conference, its online journal GenderSexions, and its diverse on- and off-campus partnerships.


Exploring Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies held Thursday, October 23, 3:15pm, in the Los Angeles Room AB 3rd Floor of the University Student Union U-SU

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Stars: Exploring Women's, Gender, And Sexuality Studies At Cal State L.A.

In both academics and co-curricular experiences, there are opportunities to explore and expand the conversation and discourse about women’s and gender issues at Cal State L.A. Join us to learn more about the classes in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and how to pursue a Minor or Post Baccalaureate Certificate in the program.


American Communities Program introudces Biopolitical Afterlives, an all day event from 9:00am - 5:00pm, Friday, October 31, in the Alhambra Room 3rd Floor of the University Student Union U-SU

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Biopolitical Afterlives

Since the 1970s, when Michel Foucault first engaged with the idea of biopolitics, generations of scholars have responded to his interest in how the biological lives of whole populations are governed by modern forms of political, corporeal, and statistical regulation. Join ACP and an array of distinguished scholars from around the nation as we frame our 2014-2015 theme, “The Biological Century,” with a day-long symposium evaluating the current state of biopolitical inquiry and experimenting with future theoretical directions. Presented in collaboration with CSGS. Roundtable discussions run throughout the day; see ACP’s facebook page for schedule and further information.


Tickets on Sale: Kinky Boots

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Tickets On Sale: Kinky Boots

Tickets go on sale for the Sunday, November 23 production of Kinky Boots, running at the Hollywood Pantages. Winner of six Tony Awards® including Best Musical, this inspirational story follows a struggling shoe factory owner who works to turn his business around with help from Lola, a fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos. Tickets for Cal State L.A. community are $40 each cash only (regularly $85) for the 11/23 production only, and sold at the U-SU Administration Office through Friday, November 21. Participants are responsible for their own transportation and parking to/from the Hollywood Pantages, 6233 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028.


Subjects of Rights and Subjects of Cruelty, An Evening with Evren Savci will be held Tuesday, November 4th at 6:00pm at the US-U Theatre on the 1st Floor in the University Student Union

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Subjects Of Rights And Subjects Of Cruelty: The Production Of An Islamic Backlash In Turkey An Evening With Evren Savci

This talk explores the 2010 Islamic backlash against homosexuality in Turkey, and the discourses that followed from it among Muslim women and LGBT activists.


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Upcoming Events


The CSGS is located on the 4th Floor of King Hall Room D4050 within the Integrated Humanities Center

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Upcoming Events


The CSGS is located on the 4th Floor of King Hall Room D4050 within the Integrated Humanities Center