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Women's Concerns

The Office of Women's Concerns was established in 1974 to provide for the needs and interests of women in the Divinity School and the Graduate Department of Religion. The Office of Women's Concerns encourages discussion of gender and sexuality, provides opportunities for women's personal and professional growth, seeks to increase awareness of the contributions of women to religion and theology, and creates opportunities for community.  Through discussion groups, a weekly yoga class, open office hours, and other opportunities for engagement, members seek to empower each other through support, dialogue, and celebration. The Women's Office also serves as a resource center. Bibliographies of publications by and about women, Divinity School guidelines for gender-inclusive language, and professional referrals are all available through the office.


See Also: The Margaret Cuninggim Women's Center at Vanderbilt University