Women’s and Gender Studies (WGST) is an innovative, interdisciplinary program that explores human behaviour, institutions, culture, politics, and social issues. Students will examine current and historical events, theories, and movements related to gender and sexuality, race and Indigeneity, class relations, disability, and other areas, building skills in critical thinking, gender-based analysis, anti-oppressive research, and equity, diversity, and inclusion.


'We wrote that play, together': USask research paints picture of lived experiences of Iranian women 

Haleh Mir Miri has experienced firsthand the oppression that women can be subjected to under extremist Islamic rule

Award-winning Arts and Science graduates honoured in virtual ceremony

The College of Arts and Science’s top graduating students of 2019/20 were recognized at a special online event at the end of June

USask research projects with the City of Saskatoon awarded nearly $150K to target urban issues

Improving Saskatoon's downtown, extending voting rights and reducing queer youth homelessness are among the projects by College of Arts and Science researchers