Additionally, the Lewisburg League of Women Voters provides an internship opportunity for students at Bucknell to sample the activities of the league and to contribute to its ongoing programs.
Number of core faculty: 3
Average number of majors per class year: 6
Ph.D. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Scholarly interests: feminist theory, gender, anthropology, folklore, international development, South Asia, oral narratives.
Susan A. Reed
Ph.D. Brown University
Scholarly interests: cultural anthropology; gender, performance and dance; ethnicity and nationalism; religion; South Asia; Sri Lanka
Thelathia "Nikki" Young
Ph.D. Emory University
Scholarly interests: ethical issues of race, gender, and sexuality; particularly how black queer communities possess, embody, and enact moral excellence.
A coordinating committee consists of faculty members from multiple disciplines. Associated faculty represent the breadth of Bucknell’s liberal arts curriculum.
In addition to these campus resources, other academic departments routinely offer lectures, film series and workshops related to women’s and gender studies.
Off campus, students can take a class at the State Correctional Institution – Muncy (women’s prison) and participate in a number of service learning opportunities with organizations such as Clear Vision and the Heiter Center, a local community center.
Dance and Culture
Gender and Sexuality in South Asia
Honors in Women’s and Gender Studies
Introduction to Feminist Thought
Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
Special Topics in Women’s and Gender Studies
Topics in Feminist Theory
Transnational Queer: Genders, Sexualities, Identities
Women and Development
Women Writing Culture
Women’s Studies Capstone