Junior Henry Zurn talks about his English and political science majors and shares some stereotypical behaviors. Read Zurn's Q&A
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In the above video, you’ll meet three founding faculty in the University of Minnesota Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies. Naomi Scheman, Jacquelyn Zita ,and Amy Kaminsky played key roles in positioning the department solidly at the cutting edge of scholarship by, among other things, challenging what Kaminsky calls “some of the basic tenets—the underpinnings, the values—of the Western World.” Have a listen to what they and some of their admirers have to say about their lives and times.