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.


Eight songs that ‘inspire inclusion’ on International Women’s Day

USask Women’s and Gender Studies Program faculty members give their song recommendations

USask alumna uses WGST experience to offer education 

Natalya Mason (BA’14, MA’21) believes that the women's and gender studies (WGST) program at the University of Saskatchewan nurtures critical thinkers who are essential in today’s world

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Sask. prof wants more to be done on one-year anniversary of MMIWG report 

“Really what’s required is a whole-scale structural change in which the marginalized are no longer marginalized,” says Dr. Priscilla Settee (PhD)