Spring 2015

Women, Gender & Sexuality Courses

WGS 2100-100 - Introduction to Gender Studies - Field

WGS 2105 - Introduction to LGBTQ Studies - Meyer

WGS 2224 - Black Femininities and Masculinities in the Media - Shutt

WGS 2559 - Muse and Memory: Women in 20th C. Russian Literature - Martiniuk

WGS 2892 - Issues Facing Adolescent Girls II - Lawrence

WGS 3210 - Gender, Sport, & Film - Hagerman

WGS 3340 - Transnational Feminism - Davis   Global

WGS 3440 - Gender and Multiculturalism - McKelligan  Global

WGS 3559 - Women, Politics and the Visual Arts - McKelligan

WGS 3559 - Incarcerated Women - Davis

WGS 3612 - History of Gender and Sexuality in the US, 1865-present  - Field

WGS 3800 - Queer Theory - Meyer

WGS 3810 - Feminist Theory - Waggoner

WGS 3993 - Independent Study - as arranged

WGS 4101 - Women's Autobiographies - Davis  Designated senior seminar

WGS 4110 - Gender Non-Conformity in the Media - Cavalcante  Designated senior seminar

WGS 4350 - Comparitive Gender Stratification - Blumberg

WGS 4420 - Women and Education - Wilson

WGS 4559-001 - Gender, Oppression and Social Change - Speidel

WGS 4559-002 - Gender and Sexuality in South Asian Cinema - Patel  Global  Designated senior seminar

WGS 4559-003 - Violence Against Sexuality Minorities - Meyer  Designated senior seminar

WGS 4999 - Senior Thesis II - as arranged

 

Affiliated Courses

A list of classes identified as being primary courses counting toward the WGS major/minor, including those offered by other departments, for Spring 2015 is available HERE.

Please contact the Program with questions about the list.

 

Semester at Sea

WGS 2559 - 002/ SOC 2320 - Gender and Society - Spain - Global

WGS 2559 - 003/ ANTH 2620 - Sex, Gender and Culture - Everett - Global