The Gender Research Institute would like to commend the Editorial Board at The Dartmouth for ensuring that the journalistic practices of the newspaper remain rigorous and well-informed. Zachary's Benjamin's article is a testament to this mission.

Letter from the Editors of The Dartmouth - May 13,2016 (Here)

The editors of The Dartmouth have published a letter to address its previous articles and issue an apology.

"Students and Professors Respond to GRID Panel" - May 13, 2016 (Here)

Zachary Benjamin of The Dartmouth wrote a follow up article on "Archipelagic Entanglements" after accessing and listening to the recording of the panel.

GRID Director Response to Defamation Charges by The D - May 9, 2016 (Here)

Bully Bloggers Letter to the Editors of The Dartmouth - May 9, 2016 (Here)


Distinguished GRID Fellow, James Nachtwey, wins Spain's Princess of Asturias communications and humanities prize

Famed US photographer James Nachtwey is the second Distinguished GRID Fellow to win this award--the first one being Martha Nussbaum. For more information, click here.

"The New War on Poverty" by Annelise Orleck

Annelise Orleck, Professor of History and 2015 GRID Fellow discusses America's growing gaps of economic inequality. Click here for the article.

Student Artist Highlight - Jadyn Petterson-Rae

A student artist Jadyn Petterson-Rae, class of 2015, is showcasing a photo installation named "one in five" in the Black Visual Arts Center. "One in five" highlights the statistic that one in five women will be sexually assaulted at some point in their lives. The installation features Dartmouth women who have come forward to share their own experiences and raise awareness on sexual assault. Click here for more information.

What's Left of LGBT? "Stonewall" and its Discontents

29 APRIL, FRIDAY, 4-6PM, Filene Auditorium 

This year, we will engage the titular terms of our annual "Stonewall Lecture" by bringing five leading scholars - Lisa Duggan, Jack Halberstam, Eng-Beng Lim, Tavia Nyong'o and Sandy Soto - together to imagine how a queer collective and public voice from the left may be organized. Click here for more information. Click here for poster. 

GRID affiliated Dartmouth faculty held a Special Seminar: "Times of Crisis" at University of Pristina, Kosovo

As part of the USAID TLP-SP and in partnership with University of Pristina, two GRID affiliated scholars, Annabel Martín (Director of GRID) and Txetxu Aguado hosted a special seminar, "Times of Crisis" on Dec 10-12, 2015. Click here for more information.

Two Scholars from Kosovo explore gender through the Master's Certificate Program is WGSS

Two scholars from Kosovo come to Dartmouth campus to explore gender issues through the new Master's Certificate Program in Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. For full article, see TLP-SP Scholars Take Fight For Gender Equality to Dartmouth College
Besnik Leka recently showcased an "Art as Action: Being Aware of the Gender Box -"ED"" project. Teuta Sahatqija presented her documentary "Follow Us" to the Feminist Inquiries Seminar on Oct 28, 2015. For pictures and videos, click Here.