The Women’s Studies Program is designed to promote understanding and appreciation of women—in their diverse social locations and experiences—in contemporary society. The program is multi-disciplinary in nature, addressing gender-related issues through course work in literature, philosophy, psychology, sociology, religion, other humanities disciplines, and athletics. The program also sponsors occasional workshops on issues of relevance and importance to women and to men who care about the women in their lives. Students are able to incorporate an emphasis on women’s studies into any program of study at Lewis. Both men and women are encouraged to participate in the Women’s Studies Program.
For course offerings, consult the Lewis University website, and/or the semester Course Schedule published each semester by the Registrar. Course descriptions may be read online, or in the appropriate department section of the catalog.
For periodic workshops and seminars, consult the Arts and Ideas program listings, as well as the University News bulletins. To subscribe to an email list for regular announcements and updates of Women’s Studies events, contact Dr. Alliaume.
Dr. Karen Trimble Alliaume
One University Parkway
Romeoville, IL 60446-2200