Spring 2017

Women, Gender & Sexuality Courses

WGS 2100-100  Intro to Gender and Sexuality Studies   Field

WGS 2100-001  Intro to Gender and Sexuality Studies   Hagerman

WGS 2100-002  Intro to Gender and Sexuality Studies   Speidel

WGS 2224-001  Black Femininities and Masculinities in the Media   Shutt  Concentration: Gender

WGS 2500 Human Sexualities   Speidel  Concentration: Gender, Sexuality

WGS 2896  Front Lines of Social Change II   Miller-Bryant

WGS 3105  Issues in LGBTQ Studies    Meyer   Concentration: Sexuality

WGS 3200  Women, Gender and Sports    Hagerman   Concentration: Gender

WGS 3340  Transnational Feminism   Davis  Global   Concentration: Gender

WGS 3500  Topics in WGS: Women Writing for Change   Arnold   Concentration: Gender

WGS 3612  Gender and Sexuality in the U.S0., 1865-Present  Hagerman Concentration: Gender

WGS 3680 Foodscapes in Women’s Writing, Culture and Society Calamira 

WGS 3800  Queer Theory   Meyer

WGS 3810-001  Feminist Theory   McKelligan Hernandez

WGS 3810-002  Feminist Theory   Walsh

WGS 3993  Independent Study   As Arranged. Permission of instructor necessary before enrolling in SIS.

WGS 4200  Sex & Gender Go to the Movies   Press

WGS 4500  Topics in WGS: The Global History of Black Girlhood   Field   

WGS 4500  Topics in WGS: Violence Against Sexual Minorities   Meyer   Concentration: Sexuality

WGS 4559  New Course in WGS: Latina and Latin Women Artists   McKelligan Hernandez  

WGS 4559  New Course in WGS: Gender & Nationalism in the Middle East   Burak Adli 

WGS 4700  Men and Masculinities   Speidel

WGS 4999  Senior Thesis  As Arranged (for pursuing a WGS Distinguished Major)


Affiliated Courses

A list of classes identified as counting toward the WGS major/minor, including those offered by other departments, for Spring 2017 is available HERE.

Please contact the Program with questions about courses.