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Gender Studies

Courses

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GW 101 - Introduction To Gender Studies

GW 201 - Feminist Theories and Methodologies

GW 210 - Ecofeminism, Women, and the Environment

GW 212 - Women in Italian Society: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

GW 220 - Too Fat? Too Thin? Women and Eating Disorders

GW 227 - Holding up Half the Sky: Gender, Writing, and Nationhood in China

GW 228 - Sexuality in Japan

GW 311 - Queer Theory

GW 371 - Independent Study

GW 375 - Senior Seminar In Gender Studies

GW 376 - Senior Thesis

GW 399 - Professional Internship In Gender Studies

The following list may be revised with the approval of the director as departments offer additional courses in gender studies.

AH 268 - Ad/dressing the Body: European Fashion, Renaissance to the Present

AH 361 A-F - Topics in Gender and Visual Culture (when applicable)
 

AH 375F - Seminar: Special Topics in Art History (when applicable)

AM 230 - Born in America

AM 340 - Women and Work in America 


AM 342 - Black Feminist Thoughts 

AM 363 - Women in American Culture 

AM 376E - Topics in American Culture: Disorderly Women

AN 228 - Queer Cultures: Sexual and Gender Identities in a Globalizing World

AN 231 - Anthropology of Food

AN 351 - Topics in Cultural or Biological Anthropology (when applicable)

CC 365 - Advanced Topics in Classical Civilization (when applicable)

EC 351 - Gender in the Economy 


EN 208 - Language and Gender 

EN 223 - Women and Literature

EN 229 - Special Studies: Texts in Context (when applicable)

EN 338 - Queer Fictions 


EN 360 - Women Writers 

EN 363 - Special Studies in Literary History (when applicable)

EN 375 - Senior Seminar in Literary Studies (when applicable)

GO 313 - Politics of Contemporary United States Social Movements 

GO 352 - Women and the Law 

GO 353 - Sex and Power

GO 354 - Feminist Political Thought

GO 357 - Sexing Global Politics: Gender and International Relations 


HI 217 - Topics in History (when applicable)

HI 228 - Race, Class, and Gender in Latin America

HI 363 - Topics in History (when applicable)

MB 336H - Diversity and Discrimination In The American Workplace: Is the Melting Pot Boiling Over?

PS 331 - Psychology of Women

RE 205 - Women, Religion, and Spirituality (A)

RE 220 - Encountering the Goddess in India (NA)

RE 330 - Advanced Topics in Religion (NA), (A) (when applicable)

SB 315 - Work, Family, and Organizations

SO 203 - Femininities and Masculinities

SO 217 - Families in the United States

SO 225 - Quantifying Women 

SO 316 - Women in Modern Society

SO 331 - Women in Global Economy

TH 251 - Theater Topics (where applicable)

TH 334 - Special Studies in Theater History and Theory

 

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