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Women’s and Gender Studies

Corporate/Community Partners

Women’s and Gender Studies is interested in collaborating with individuals and groups that share and can further our mission (contact the chair if you are interested).

Some of the organizations and groups we have collaborated with are:

  • Fite Ranch in San Antonio, New Mexico
  • Elena Ortiz – of Okay Owingeh (original name of San Juan Pueblo) Northern New Mexico- Southwest executive director of Road Scholar and Vice Chair of the Alfonso Ortiz Center, UNM
  • Ramson Lomatewama, Hopi Pueblo artist, teacher
  • Stephanie and Matthew Mitchell- Environmentalists and SW Jewelers in New Mexico
  • The Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in New Mexico
  • Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico
  • Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico
  • Navajo Nation in New Mexico and Utah
  • The Gallup Cultural Center in New Mexico
  • Bosque del Apache Nature Reserve in New Mexico
  • Anne Bradstreet community group in North Andover
  • Red Hats in North Andover
  • Merrimack People for Peace
  • Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition

Selected National Conferences and Events Women’s and Gender Studies helped co-sponsor:

  • Transecting the Academy, National conference at Brown University
  • Transgender Film Festival, Province Town Massachusetts
  • The International Transpolitics, Social Change and Justice Conference, City University of New York University
  • Northern Lights Film Festival, Newburyport, Mass.
  • 8th Annual Women and Policy Symposium (focus on Domestic Violence), Lawrence, Massachusetts