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  1. WGS 3559 (Women's Rights in Modern Italy)

    Women's Rights in Modern Italy 3   This course explores how modern Italian literature, cinema, and the arts have represented the quest for women’s rights from bodily autonomy to equal pay as well as emergencies related to women’s socio-cultural perce ...

    Hannah Beaman - 2017-03-22 12:26

  2. WGS 4559 (Black Feminist Theory)

    Black Feminist Theory 3 This course critically examines key ideas, issues, and debates in contemporary Black feminist thought. With a particular focus on Black feminist understandings of intersectionality and womanism, the course examines how Black femini ...

    Hannah Beaman - 2017-03-24 11:17

  3. WGS 7500 (Approaches)

    Approaches to Gender and Sexuality Studies 3 An introduction to contemporary feminist and queer theories, intended for graduate students. Offers a survey of contemporary feminist and queer epistemology, subject formation, ethics, and politics, as well as ...

    Hannah Beaman - 2017-03-24 11:20

  4. WGS 3110 (Queer American History)

    Queer American History 3 Course focuses on 20th century history of LGBTQ activism,  but will include formation of heterosexual and homosexual identities and historical constructions of sexual practices prior to the 1900s. From 20th c. the course will focu ...

    mwender - 2017-04-04 10:22

  5. WGS 3230

    Gender and the Olympic Games 3.0 In ancient Greece, women risked death if they participated in or even attended the Olympic Games. As Pierre de Coubertin looked to revive the games in 1896, he thought women better suited to cheering on the male victors, t ...

    Samantha Josey-... - 2017-04-04 10:31

  6. WGS 4559 (Gender & Sexuality in Islamic Cultures)

    Gender & Sexuality in Islamic Cultures 3   This course examines the politics of gender and sexuality in various Muslim societies since the 19th century. It covers a range of topics and themes, including: historical, theological, political, and anthrop ...

    Hannah Beaman - 2017-04-04 10:36

  7. WGS 3559

    Queer European History 3 This course will examine LGBTQ persons, issues, and events in Europe since 1789. Topics to be covered will include the history of anti-sodomy and marriage laws; the evolution of cultural and scientific understandings of sex, sexua ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-06-29 15:22

  8. WGS 3559

    Ethnography of Gender & Sexuality 3 “Ethnography” is a powerful tool for analyzing people and culture. It is both a method of research and a genre of writing. This course examines the theories, methods, and ethics involved in ethnographic research on ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-06-29 15:23

  9. WGS 3559

    Women and Music 3 This course examines women’s engagements with the sounds, social practices, production, and representation of music. Our case studies draw on popular, vernacular ("folk"), and classical music from the U.S. and around the world, ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-06-29 15:23

  10. WGS 4559

    Indigenous Women & Globalization 3 This course looks at the various ways that globalization--broadly conceived--has shaped the lives, experiences, cultures, and communities of Indigenous women throughout history, and to the present. Equally, this cour ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-06-29 15:24

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