The Office of Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning Student Life (BGLTQ Office or QuOffice) is seeking Harvard College students passionate about issues related to gender and sexuality to serve as a Communications or Programming intern during the 2018-19 academic year. All are welcome to apply.
Interns are paid $11/hour and are expected to work 10 hours per week.
Eugene R. Cummings Senior Thesis Prize in LGBT Studies
Harvard Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality will award $1000 to the best senior thesis on a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, or Transgender Studies topic from any department or program at Harvard. The thesis should focus on LGBT subject matter, rather than touching on LGBT issues tangentially. Theses may be submitted by a faculty member or by an undergraduate; there is no formal nomination process.
PDF versions of the thesis and of the readers’ comments should be emailed to the Committee on Degrees in...
This Radcliffe Lecture will consider what it means to organize for gender rights in global contexts in the 21st century during a pandemic. The speakers will feature diverse geographic and disciplinary perspectives, addressing key issues related to gendered power and difference in Africa, South Asia, and among minoritized people in the United States, including the gendered nature of care labor, rights-based activism in the face of rising global authoritarianisms, and the transnational reach of global protest.