Scholars Present at the University Libraries in Honor of Women’s History Month

On March 1st, four Stony Brook University faculty members participated in a panel held at the Libraries in honor of Women’s History Month.  The four scholars– Peg Christoff (Asian American Studies), Lisa Diedrich (Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies), Victoria Hesford (Women’s, Gender & Sexuality Studies), and Tracey Walters (Africana Studies)– underscored the intersections between gender and other influential aspects of the human experience.  Their interrogation of gender studies as an analytical methodology, as well as their exploration of key concepts in women’s studies, fostered rich and thought-provoking discussion.



Please join the University Libraries for more events held in March for Women’s History Month:

Literary Karaoke

March 7th at 2:00


“Managing Power & Load”: A Primer for Working Women, a Lecture by Dr. Patricia Aceves

March 9th at 1:00


University Libraries Present: Film Screening in Honor of Women’s History Month

March 21st at 2:00


University Libraries Present: Women in STEM: Past, Present & Future

March 28th at 1:00

Kate Kasten-Mutkus

Kate Kasten-Mutkus

Head of Humanities & Social Sciences at Stony Brook University Libraries
Kate is Head of Humanities and Social Sciences at Stony Brook University Libraries. She is the liaison to the French & Francophone Studies program and the Russian Studies program.
Kate Kasten-Mutkus
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