Welcome to the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Studies Program
The LGBT Studies Program is housed in the Department of Women's Studies, in the College of Arts and Humanities. It currently offers an undergraduate certificate and a minor. The certificate is a 21-credit interdisciplinary course of study comprised of 15 required and 6 elective credits designed to complement any student's major field of study. The minor is a 15-credit interdisciplinary course of study comprised of 12 required and 3 elective credits. All current UMD students are eligible to pursue the certificate or minor; contact the Department of Women's Studies undergraduate advisor to register.
We are located in 2101 Woods Hall,
in The Department of Women's Studies
We welcome to campus Alexis Lothian, Assistant Professor in Women's Studies. She is teaching one section of LGBT 200 this fall, and will teach LGBT 488F "Queer Futures" (the senior seminar) in the Spring.
Photo by Kat Lewis
Registration for Winter term and Spring 2015 is about to begin! See the list LGBT course offerings and contact us to make an advising appointment, or to sign up for the minor or certificate in LGBT Studies!
Courses to look out for include 398L "LGBT Stories: Page, Stage, and Screen" (Winter term, online) and 448W "Sex, Gender, and Jewish Identity."
Faculty News: We congratulate Mehl Penrose, Associate Professor of Spanish, on his recently published book, Masculinity and Queer Desire in Spanish Enlightenment Literature
We congratulate Christina Hanhardt, Associate Professor in American Studies and LGBT Studies, on her book, Safe Space: Gay Neighborhood History and the Politics of Violence which is the 2014 Lambda Literary Award Winner in LGBT Studies.
See News and Announcements for more events.