Fall 2015

Women, Gender & Sexuality Courses

WGS 2100-100     Intro to Gender and Sexuality Studies   Field

WGS 2100-002     Intro to Gender and Sexuality Studies  Hagerman

WGS 2105            Intro to LGBTQ Studies  Cavalcante

WGS 2891            Issues Facing Adolescent Girls I  Lawrence/Levy

WGS 2893            Fostering Leadership in Girls and Women  Levy

WGS 2895            Front Lines of Social Change:Through the Lens of Gender,Race and Class  Miller 

WGS 2897            Gender Violence and Social Justice  Kaplan

WGS 3140            Border Crossings: Women, Islam, & Literature in the Middle East & N. Africa  Milani Global

WGS 3220            Global Perspectives on Gender & Sport  Hagerman  Global

WGS 3340            Transnational Feminism  Davis  Global

WGS 3440            Gender and Multiculturalism  McKelligan  Global

WGS 3500-002     Topics In WGS: Communicating Gender   Scholz

WGS 3500-003     Topics in WGS: Women and Gender in Ancient Greece & Rome   Myers

WGS 3559-001     New Course in WGS: Queer American History  Meyer

WGS 3750            Women, Childhood, Autobiography  Martens

WGS 3800            Queer Theory  Meyer

WGS 3810            Feminist Theory  Walsh

WGS 3993            Independent Study As Arranged

WGS 4101            Issues in Women’s Autobiographies  Davis

WGS 4200            Sex & Gender Go to the Movies  Press

WGS 4610            LGBTQ Communities: Race, Class & Gender  Meyer

WGS 4650            Gender Poetry & Mindfulness  Patel  Global

WGS 4700            Men and Masculinities   Speidel

WGS 4998            Senior Thesis  As Arranged (for pursuing a WGS Distinguished Major)

WGS 5140            Advanced Border Crossings  Milani Global

 

Affiliated Courses

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

Please contact the Program with questions about courses.