Sponsors of the Visibility & Remembrance Exhibit
Exhibit Host and Sponsor
USF Department of Women's & Gender Studies
The mission of the Department of Women’s and Gender Studies at the University of South Florida is feminist education, research, and practice.
The USF Department of Women's and Gender Studies plays a vital role in the undergraduate General Education curriculum. We offer Women’s and Gender Studies as a primary and secondary major as well as a minor in Women's and Gender Studies, and a minor in Queer and Sexuality Studies as well. In addition to the MA degree in Women's and Gender Studies, we also offer a Graduate Certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies.
We are one of the three master's degree-granting WGS programs in the State of Florida. The USF Department of Women's and Gender Studies also offers a graduate certificate for USF graduate students in other degree programs.
Visit our website to learn more more about the Department and its programs.
Additional Exhibit & Event Sponsors:
USF Women's & Gender Studies Alumni Group
The USF Women's & Gender Studies Alumni Group (UWAG) gives former WGS students a way to stay involved in a feminist community that upholds WGS’s values and goals of social justice and change. UWAG also allows former WGS students to continue giving back to our local community and maintain strong connections with fellow like-minded USF Bulls.
USF School of Art & Art History
The School of Art & Art History at the University of South Florida recognizes the power of art. We immerse students in visual culture, past and present. Engage them to explore and understand how images construct and reflect the shared consciousness of a culture.
Students can pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees in art history and studio art. Non-majors interested in supplementing their studies with a concentration in the arts can explore our minors and interdisciplinary certificates.
Visit the USF School of Art & Art History website to learn more.
Sahodari Foundation is a pioneering organization in India for transgender persons and under-priviledged women that uses art and artistic expressions for speaking about the rights of the silenced within these communities and establishing their livelihood. The Foundation has trained more than 200 transgender women in arts through workshops and has done a number of groups shows across India for transgender persons. Through this initiative, so many transgender artists from the under-privileged communities are supported and opportunities are enabled to them. Through the Red Wall Project, Sahodari encourages sexual victims from the transgender community to speak about the violence they faced and encourages them to document their stories to create public awareness on transgender inclusion. The Foundation was found in 2008 by Kalki Subramaniam, a celebrated transgender rights activist who is also famous for her paintings and literary contributions.
For more information and to support their work, visit the Sahodari Foundation website.
USF Department of Sociology
The Department of Sociology offers four degree programs -- a BA in Sociology, a BA in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, an MA in Sociology, and a PhD in Sociology. The department's signature strengths are in social inequalities, identities and communities, social problems and social movements, immigration and migration, race and ethnicity, social networks and wellbeing, environment and climate change, and religion and global issues.
To learn more, visit the Department of Sociology's website.
USF Office of Multicultural Affairs
The Office of Multicultural Affairs coordinates educational, cultural, and social programs to foster experiences which create interculturally mature global citizens who are prepared to thrive in diverse environments. While promoting intercultural dialogue, awareness, advocacy and respect for diversity, OMA helps students understand and appreciate a multitude of identities. Through programming, trainings, and direct connections with our staff and services, OMA creates an inclusive environment enabling students to become conscientious global citizens.
To learn more, visit the OMA website.
Florida Humanities Council
Funding for select exhibit events was provided through a grant from Florida Humanities with funds from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this website do not necessarily represent those of Florida Humanities or the National Endowment for the Humanities.
USF Humanities Institute
The Mission of the Humanities Institute at the University of South Florida is to generate critical dialogue about what connects us to each other and our world, facilitating those conversations through research, education, and community programs.
The Humanities Institute at the University of South Florida (USF) is an interdisciplinary research center that aims to address fundamental and longstanding questions about the human condition through the examination of the complex dynamic between race, gender, socioeconomic status, religion, ethnicity, sexual identity, age, and other factors. The Humanities Institute supports and encourages collaboration, engaged scholarship, and intellectual conversation among scholars at USF and in the community.
To learn more about the USF Humanities Institute, visit their website.
JAM Humanities uses history, the arts, and other humanities disciplines to challenge perspectives, increase cultural awareness, and promote social justice.
To learn more, visit the JAM Humanities website.