Women's Center

The Women's Center, located at 55 Talbot Avenue (next to lower Campus Center), is a space open to people of all genders and identities. Our mission is to work towards equality of all people, to claim control over our bodies and lives, to challenge patriarchal power structures, to educate ourselves, and to support and celebrate our achievements. Additionally, The Women’s Center works intentionally to address and end the damaging impacts of an enforced gender binary.


We welcome folks interested in topics and issues broadly related to the experiences of women, the impacts of sexism and misogyny, and the role of gender in all of our lives; the Women’s Center particularly investigates gender at the intersections of other identities such as race, sexuality, class, and citizenship status. We are committed to intersectional feminism, fostering student leadership and creating spaces to identify and understand societal structures that relate to issues of power, privilege, and oppression.


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Symposium 2019 Call for Submissions: "Divisions/Revisions of Labor"
The Women's Center is now accepting submissions for our 8th Annual Symposium: "Divisions/Revisions of Labor!" We welcome submissions from any interested undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty members, or staff members, within and outside of Tufts. Please submit an abstract of approximately 300 words (no more than 1 page), describing your paper, presentation, performance, or other proposals to Jessica Mitzner (Jessica.Mitzner@tufts.edu) by January 7, 2018. For a detailed description, click here