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Prolonged discussions between the Women’s and Gender Studies Department and the Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies program are coming to fruition this fall, when the two academic programs merge into a larger department, to be called the Cultural Analysis and Theory Department.
“This is the result of a discussion that was initiated in the summer of 2010,” said CLCS Chair Robert Harvey. “Those discussions also involved other departments in the humanities.”