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My own PHD at the University of Southern California was in Religion (1995). My doctoral dissertation, however, was on the subject of the history of violence against women in Central America. Thus, Women's Studies and Feminist Theory were a big part of my doctoral studies and made up approximately one third of the material on my qualification examinations. For this reason, it is a special privilege to help applicants to graduate school in this area.
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I want to help you get accepted to Graduate School in Women's Studies
Many colleges and universities now allow liberal arts students to pursue degrees in women's studies. Using the arts and humanities as a launch pad, these popular degree programs explore the many factors that influence and shape the life of women. Students investigate these influences in the United States and throughout the world. Students who pursue a degree in women's studies learn how social and cultural influences have shaped the lives and roles of women throughout history.
Most participating students report that courses directly related to women's studies have had a profound impact on their lives. By viewing world events and cultures through the filters of different genders, students can gain powerful perspectives on freedom and empowerment. Women's studies majors learn to value the achievements of female leaders over the years while positioning themselves for their own cultural breakthroughs.
I would be happy to provide you with a highly eloquent Statement that portrays you as someone with enormous potential to contribute to the advance of the field of Women’s Studies over the long term. After you fill out my Online Interview Form, I will ask you some specific questions by email if I need any further information. Please also send your resume/CV and or rough draft if you have one.
Women's Studies Career Paths
Clinical Social Worker
Counselors and other clinical social workers benefit from integrating a women's studies major or minor into their professional development. Understanding the history and development of women's roles in society can help clinical social workers provide perspective for their clients. Graduates can use the knowledge from their degree programs to connect clients with the most effective and appropriate resources in their communities.
Health Clinic Coordinator
Working in health clinics allows women's studies majors to combine their understanding of the social and political aspects of women's health with their innate organizational and leadership skills. Health clinic coordinators often handle everything from scheduling medical personnel to appealing for funding. At the same time, they must manage relations with neighborhoods that often face conflict with politicians and religious groups.
Some women's studies students use their degrees to launch a career in academia. As a burgeoning specialty, many colleges and universities are growing their women's studies departments to meet growing student demand. Likewise, many women's studies professors enjoy the opportunity to publish their work in the commercial press instead of solely in academic journals.
Human Rights Advocate
Because women in some foreign countries do not enjoy the same liberties as women in the United States, many women's studies majors campaign for equality and justice around the world. In some cases, students can volunteer or even gain jobs with international rights organizations that monitor the treatment and the advancement of women.
Some women's studies students pursue a career that puts them in direct contact with the victims of domestic abuse, hate crimes, or other acts of violence. Victims' advocates bridge the gaps between law enforcement, the legal community, and medical professionals. Experienced victims' advocates can help confused and frightened women receive critical medical and legal attention. Victims' advocates also help their clients remain committed to pursuing criminal prosecution for their abusers, especially in situations where they feel intimidated or shamed for doing so.
A women's studies degree or concentration can provide a student with a valuable and unusual perspective regarding current events. Women's studies majors can use their writing, interviewing, and research skills to report on issues facing women, as well as on the ways that women impact society. Today's journalists must assure their audiences that issues facing women deserve as much respect and attention as issues facing men.
Attorneys who complement their law school studies with a concentration or a degree in women's studies can unlock the potential to work with a variety of specialized cases. As the general public becomes more aware of long-term challenges such as sexual harassment, discrimination, and domestic violence, attorneys who build a reputation for handling sensitive cases can build strong specialty practices.
Women's Shelter Director
Shelters or abused women face a unique set of challenges that women's studies majors can use their skills to overcome. Not only must a center director find funding and support for their facilities, they must do so in ways that protect the privacy of their clients. Many women's shelters operate in undisclosed locations so that abusive men cannot cause further harm to shelter residents.
Center directors must be able to assure neighbors of their safety, while facilitating meetings with attorneys and law enforcement professionals during divorce proceedings or criminal prosecution. In addition, women's studies degree holders use their organizational skills to provide a comfortable environment for residents. Directors must maintain their facilities and coordinate with housekeepers, contractors, and public utilities.
The converging trends of high malpractice insurance and the desire for more traditional childbirth experiences have created job opportunities for midwives. Whether helping to deliver children at their patients' homes or operating from comfortable maternity facilities, women's studies graduates use their strong communication skills to coach women through this joyous but challenging ritual.
As politicians work harder to court the votes of women, many elected officials have recruited women's studies majors to their research teams. By viewing current laws and proposed legislation through the filter of women's history, these specialists can help their representatives to really understand the impact of law on women in their districts.
Women's studies, also known as feminist studies, is an interdisciplinary field that explores politics, society, and history from a multicultural, woman’s perspective. It critiques and explores societal norms of gender, race, and social class in light of social inequalities.
Women's studies classes generally practice a diverse array of pedagogies, though there are some common themes to the way many courses are taught. Women’s studies curricula also generally encourage students to engage in hands-on activities that build upon class discussions and reflection upon course materials. The development of critical reading, writing, and oral expression are seen as being of central importance. Like gender studies, Women’s Studies employs feminist, queer, and critical theories. Since the 1970s, Women’s Studies has taken a post-modern approach to understanding gender and how it intersects with race, class, ethnicity, religion, age, and (dis)ability to produce and maintain power structures within society that perpetuate and enforce social inequality. There is also a growing focus on language, subjectivity, and social hegemony. At the core of these theories is the notion that gender, sex, and sexuality are not intrinsic, but are socially constructed.
Women studies programs are involved in social justice and design curriculums that are embedded with theory and also activism. Some Women’s Studies programs offer internships that are community-based allowing students the opportunity to gain a better understanding of how oppression directly affects the lives of women. Many Women’s Studies curricula engage with a variety of different epistemological and methodological practices. Feminist scholarship is diverse and utilizes positivism, critical realism, and standpoint theory in the context of interdisciplinary scholarship.
Feminist activism not only focuses on women’s issues but has spread throughout many other movements including (but not limited to) environmental issues, art, communication, animal rights, homosexual rights and the rights of ethnic minorities. Feminist activism explores the intersections of social, political, and cultural histories, their implications, and dedicates time and energy to the liberation of all people from injustice and oppression.
In fact, most students of Women’s Studies are already some type of social activist at the time that they begin their graduate studies. One of the key aspects of women’s studies classes and programs is to build connections between the classroom and social change. Thus, classes and programs tend to focus on power structures, oppression, inequality, and social suffering. Students are encouraged to bridge their learning and community involvement and take action in the world in order to foster positive social transformation.
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