Departments & Programs

Gender Studies


The Department of Gender Studies (GNDR) offers interdisciplinary courses that explore the making and meaning of gender across cultures and social formations. Courses may undertake an analysis of gender in institutions, practices, representations, and knowledge across a range of cultural frameworks. They may also interrogate the intersections between gender and systemic forms of oppression and/or difference, including those based on race, aboriginality, ethnicity, class, and sexual identity and desire. Students achieve a scholarly understanding of the options and situations of both women and men, in the past as well as the present; they are often encouraged to devise and execute original research projects.

Majors, Minors, and Programs

Contact Information

Department of Gender Studies
Indiana University
Memorial Hall 130
1021 East Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47405

(812) 855-0101
gender [at] indiana [dot] edu