Primary & Adjunct Courses

Approved WGS Courses - Primary
African American and African Studies
AAS 3000 – Women and Religion in Africa (Global)
AAS 3250 – MotherLands: Landscapes of Hunger, Futures of Plenty (Global)

American Sign Language
ASL 2300 - Women and Gender in the Deaf World

Anthropology
ANTH 2420 - Language and Gender
ANTH 2900 - The Cultural Politics of the American Family Values
ANTH 3600 – Sex, Gender, Culture (Global)
ANTH 3920 - Global Relations: Marriage & Family in the New World

Art History
ARTH 2361 - 19th Century European Art: Gender and Genre
ARTH 3251 - Gender and Art in Renaissance Italy

Classics
CLAS 3040 - Women and Gender in Ancient Greece and Rome

Comparative Literature
CPLT 3750 - Women, Childhood, Autobiography

East Asian Studies
CHTR 3840 - Women Writing in Modern China (Global)
JPTR 2990 – Modern Japanese Women Writers (Global)
JPTR 3020 – Survey of Modern Japanese Literature (Global)
JPTR 3290 – Feminist Fictions in Japanese Court (Global)
JPTR 4890 – Women’s Fiction and Other Japanese Writers (Global)

Education
EDHS 2891 – Issues Facing Adolescent Girls I
EDHS 2892 – Issues Facing Adolescent Girls II
EDHS 3500 – YWLP Women's Leadership and Technology I
EDHS 3501 – YWLP Women's Leadership and Technology II
EDLF 5500 – Women, Peace and Justice

English
ENAM 3250 – Black Women Writers
ENAM 4814 – African American Women Authors
ENCR 3810 – Feminist Theories and Methods
ENEC 3200 – 18th Century Women Writers    
ENMC 3160 – 20th Century Women Writers
ENSP 3620 – Modern Women Writers    

German
GETR 3750 - Women, Childhood, Autobiography

History
HIEU 3341 – Society and the Sexes in Europe I
HIEU 3342 – Society and the Sexes in Europe II
HISA 3121 – History of Women in South Asia (Global)
HIUS 3611 – Gender and Sexuality in America I
HIUS 3612  - Gender and Sexuality in America II

Interdisciplinary Studies
ISHU 3042 – Women’s Photography and Aesthetics

Media Studies
MDST 4107 – Feminism and the Public Sphere
MDST 4200 – Sex and Gender Go To The Movies
MDST 3306 – Sexaulity, Gender, Class and Race in Teen Film

Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies
ARTR 3350 - Introduction to Arabic Women's Literature (Global)
MESA 2350 – Women and Media in the Middle East and South Asia (Global)
PETR 3140 – Border Crossings: Women, Islam and Literature (Global)
PETR 3220 – Life Narratives and Iranian Women Writers (Global)
SAST 3300 – Pleasures of Bollywood (Global)
SAST 3640 – Women and the Politics (Global)
SATR 3000 – Women Writing in India and Pakistan 1947-Present (Global)

Music
MUSI 4509 – Music and Gender
MUSI 4510 – Music and Sexuality
MUSI 4519 – Trauma, Shame, and Mourning

Philosophy
PHIL 3780 – Reproductive Ethics

Politics
PLAP 3650 – Gender Politics
PLAP 4140 – Gender and American Political Behavior
PLCP 3350 – Gender Politics in Comparative Perspective (Global)
PLCP 3640 – Women and Politics in South Asia (Global)
PLCP 4120 – Rights, Identity and Gender Justice in Comparative Perspective
PLCP 4200 – Feminist Political Thought
PLCP 4350 – Gender and the Public Sphere
PLCP 4840 – Gender Politics in Africa (Global)

Psychology
PSYC 4602 – Women’s Issues in Clinical Psychology
PSYC 4603 – Sexual Orientation and Human Development

Religious Studies
RELA 3000 – Women and Religion in Africa (Global)
RELB 3150 – Seminar on Buddhism and Gender (Global)
RELC 3610 – Female Saints in the Western Tradition
RELC 3910 – Women and the Bible
RELC 4610 – Sex and Morality
RELG 3400 – Women and American Religion
RELJ 3390 – Jewish Feminism
RELJ 3430 – Women in Judaism
RELJ 3910 – Women and the Bible

Science, Technology & Society
STS 2500 – Gender, Technology & Education

Slavic
RUTR 2340 – Russian Women’s Literature

Sociology
SOC 2000 – Gender, Technology and Education
SOC 2052 – Sociology of the Family
SOC 2200 – Death and Dying
SOC 2320 – Gender and Society
SOC 2380 – Gender and Violence
SOC 2400 – Gender and Sexuality
SOC 3306 – Gender, Class, Race in Teen Film
SOC 3380 – Violence, Gender and Poverty
SOC 3400 – Gender and Sexuality
SOC 3450 – Women, Islam and Modernity
SOC 4190 – Gender and Work
SOC 4350 – Comparative Gender Stratification (Global)
SOC 4600 – Gender and Culture

Spanish, Italian & Portuguese
ITAL 4350 – Women in Italian Literature
SPAN 4310 – Latin American Women Writers from 1900 to the Present
SPAN 4610 – US Latina Women and Their Writing
SPAN 4620 – Hispanic Women Writers
    

Approved WGS Courses – Adjunct
African American and African Studies
AAS 3157 – Caribbean Perspectives

American Studies
AMST 2001 – Formations of American Cultural Studies

Anthropology
ANTH 2670 – How Others See Us    
ANTH 3129 – Marriage, Morality and Fertility
ANTH 3157 – Caribbean Perspectives
ANTH 3370 – Power and the Body
ANTH 3630 – Chinese Family and Religion (Global)
ANTH 3700 – Globalizing India: Society, Bazaars and Cultural Politics (Global)

Biology
BIOL 4290 – Hormones and Behavior

Comparative Literature
CPLT 3630 – Freud and Literature

Drama
DRAM 2080 – Circus in America    
DRAM 3300 – History of Dress
DRAM 3320 – Fine Art of Dress
DRAM 3440 – Movement for Theatre
DRAM 4310 – Costume Design    

East Asian Studies
JPTR 2910 - Kawabata & Oe: Japan's Nobel Laureates (Global)

English
ENCR 3630 – Freud and Literature
ENMC 4820 – Modern Painters and Writers
ENNC 3620 – Lives of the Victorians
ENRN 3220 – Shakespeare II

French
FREN 4743 – African in Cinema
FREN 4813 – Intro to Francophone Caribbean

History
HIAF 2001 – Early African History Through the Era of the Slave Trade (Global)
HIAF 3021 – History of Southern African (Global)
HIEA 1501 – Culture and Society in Imperial (Pre-Modern) China (Global)
HIEA 2101 – Korea, Late 19th Through Early 21st Centuries (Global)
HIEA 3111 – China to the Tenth Century (Global)
HIEU 3721 – Witchcraft
HIEU 3382 – Revolutionary France, 1770-1814
HIST 3382 – History of Sexual Cultures (in the West)
HIUS 3150 – Salem Witch Trials
HIUS 3171 – US Society and Politics, 1945-2005
HIUS 3301 – History of the University in the 20th Century
HIUS 3401 – The Development of American Science
HIUS 3471 – History of American Labor
HIUS 3481 – American Social History 1780-1870
HIUS 3651 – Afro-American History to 1865

Interdisciplinary Studies
ISSS 3121 – Ancient Greece Culture through Modern Eyes

Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies
ARTR 3290 – Modern Arabic Literature in Translation (Global)
SATR 2010 – Remembering India’s Partition Through Literature and Poetry (Global)    
SATR 2110 – Cultural Translation: Travel Writing in South Asia (Global)

Politics
PLAP 3700 – Racial Politics
PLPT 3200 – African American Political Thought
PLPT 4141 – Sex Differences: Biology, Culture, Politics and Policy

Psychology
PSYC 3460 – Psychological Study of Children, Families and the Law
PSYC 4870 – The Minority Family

Religious Studies
RELA 2750 – African Religions (Global)
RELA 3890 – Christianity in Africa (Global)
RELA 3900 – Islam in Africa (Global)
RELC 3150 – Salem Witch Trials
RELG 2650 – Theology, Ethics & Medicine
RELG 2800 – African American Religious History
RELG 4610 – Sex and Morality
RELJ 2030 – The Judaic Tradition

Slavic
SLFK 2140 – Ritual and Demonology
SLFK 2120 – Ritual and Family Life

Sociology
SOC 2052 – Sociology of the Family
SOC 2220 – Social Problems
SOC 3056 – Culture and Power
SOC 3290 – Sociology of Childhood
SOC 3410 – Race and Ethnic Relations
SOC 3470 – Sociology of Development
SOC 4090 – Sociology of Literature
SOC 4380 – Violence and Media
SOC 4870 – Immigration

Spanish, Italian & Portuguese
SPAN 4701 – Inquisition Spain and Latin America