ANTH 3600

Examines the manner in which ideas about sexuality and gender are constructed differently cross-culturally and how these ideas give shape to other social phenomena, relationships, and practices.

WGS 4700

Typically, men are dealt with in a way that casually presents them as representative of humanity.   This course addresses the various ways that men are also “gendered,” and can be the subject of inquiries of gender, sexuality, inequality, and privilege in their own right.
This course fulfills the second writing requirement.

WGS 3611

Combined with HUIS 3611

WGS 3450

As a visual art, architecture as an object projects a specific image; as a spatial art it affects individual and group interaction/engagement with the built environment. Through the lenses of gender and race we will examine human relationships to architecture - as designers, patrons, and users – in the public and the private realm and across a broad range of temporal and geographic boundaries. Approaches will include psychoanalysis, critical theory, and social, political, and architectural history.

Woolfork

Selected Publications
Embodying American Slavery in Contemporary Culture, University of Illinois Press, 2008

“Academic Mothers and their Feminist Daughters: A Remix” African American Review 40(2006): 35-38.
“Working Moms in Their Own Words” Black Issues in Higher Education, March 28, 2002.

Ross

Selected Publication
Manning the Race, New York University Press, 2004
The Contours of Masculine Desire, Oxford University Press, 1989
 

Olwell

Fraiman

Selected Publications
Cool Men and the Second Sex, Columbia University Press, 2003

Unbecoming Women: British Women Writers and the Novel of Development, Columbia University Press, 1994

Chakravorty

Booth

Pages