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  1. 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

  2. WGS 3500(VisArt)

    Women and the Visual Arts 3 This course will provide an introduction to feminist theory and visual culture by focusing on the relationships between several key feminist concerns, including gender, sexuality, and difference.  Readings in the course will ex ...

    mwender - 2017-04-04 10:31

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. WGS 2500

    Topics in Women, Gender & Sexuality 3 See specific semesters to check for topics being offered. ...

    Manager - 2017-10-09 13:36

  7. WGS 2105

    Issues in LGBTQ 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 social and ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-10-09 13:38

  8. WGS 2500 (HS)

    Human Sexualities 3 Examines human sexuality from psychological, biological, behavioral, social, and historical perspectives. Topics include sexual research and theoretical perspectives, sexual anatomy and physiology, sexual health, intimacy, communicatio ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-10-09 13:42

  9. WGS 2559 (GenderBodyImage)

    Gender, Body Image and Social Activism 3 What is the relationship between body image and identity? How does one affect, constrain, and inform the other?  The development of body image is a complex process influenced by messages we receive from family, fri ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-10-09 13:45

  10. WGS 3559 (W&W)

    Women and Work 3 Explores American women’s relationship to diverse forms of labor, including domestic, enslaved, reproductive, factory, pink-collar, retail, and emotional. It assesses histories and experiences of working women, their representation in pop ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-10-09 13:46