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  1. WGS 3611

    History of Gender and Sexuality in America, 1600-1865 Combined with HUIS 3611 This course explores the significance of gender in the territory of the present-day U.S. during the period from the first European settlements to the Civil War.  We will ask, on ...

    Manager - 2015-08-05 12:39

  2. WGS 3621

    Coming of Age in America: A History of Youth 3 This course will explore the historical experience of young people and the meaning of youth from the colonial period to the late twentieth century. We will analyze how shifting social relations and cultural u ...

    Manager - 2015-08-05 12:39

  3. WGS 4200

    Sex and Gender Go To The Movies Over the past several generations, the mass media have become central to our understanding of the meaning of the categories of "woman" and "man" in American life.  In fact, many argue that the mass media ...

    Manager - 2015-08-05 12:45

  4. WGS 4240

    Rights, Identity and Gender 3 Investigates the conflict over culture and women’s rights and examines a number of proposed solutions.  Issues addressed include the claims of minority communities in liberal states, marriage practices in Africa and the U.S., ...

    Manager - 2015-08-05 12:45

  5. WGS 4420

    Women and Education 3 The purpose of this course is to explore a variety of issues arising from women's involvement in the field of education. The course will examine the roles women have played and continue to play as students, scholars, and leaders ...

    Manager - 2015-08-05 12:46

  6. WGS 4840

    Gender Politics in Africa Comprehensive introduction to gender politics in Africa, including gender transformations under imperial rule, gender and national struggles, gender and culture claims, women’s movements and the gendering of the post-colonial sta ...

    Manager - 2015-08-05 12:55

  7. WGS 5140

    Advanced Border Crossings: Women, Islam & Lit. in Middle East & N.Africa 3 A focus on a bloodless, non-violent revolution that is shaking the foundation of the Islamic Middle East and North Africa, a revolution with women writers at the forefront. ...

    Manager - 2015-08-05 12:55

  8. WGS 4700

    Men and Masculinities 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, inequa ...

    Manager - 2015-08-19 14:57

  9. WGS 4500

    Topics in Women, Gender & Sexuality 3 Special topics in Women, Gender & Sexuality vary by semester. varies varies, none scheduled Fall 2015 see current semester listing for specific topics Primary ...

    mwender - 2015-08-19 15:01

  10. WGS 2105

    Introduction to LBGTQ Studies 3 This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) Studies.  We will study  historical events and political, literary, and artistic figures and works; contemporary socia ...

    Manager - 2015-08-26 14:14

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