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  1. WGS 4200

    Sex and Gender Go to the Movies 3 This course will examine the ways in which different mass media help to define our cultural ideas about gender differences and the ways in which feminist scholars have responded to these definitions by criticizing existin ...

    Clara Camber - 2017-10-26 14:40

  2. WGS 2896

    Front Lines of Social Change II 3 This course provides a structured classroom environment in which to learn about gender equity and social justice issues, actively reflect upon your internship experience, and discuss and learn about yourself, the workplac ...

    Clara Camber - 2017-10-26 14:46

  3. WGS 2559

    Gender, Body Image, and 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, friends, ...

    Clara Camber - 2017-10-26 14:50

  4. WGS 3814

    Gender, Sexuality, Identity in Premodern France 3 This course will explore religious, social, scientific and legal views on gender, sexuality and identity that may extend from medieval through early modern Europe with an emphasis on the French tradition. ...

    Clara Camber - 2017-10-26 14:52

  5. WGS 4500

    Violence Against Sexual Minorities 3 This course emphasizes violence against minority groups.  Particular attention will be paid to violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people, although the class will also focus on forms of abus ...

    Clara Camber - 2017-10-26 14:53

  6. WGS 3115

    Work, Women's Work and Women Workers in South Asia 3 What is ‘work’? Are women seen as ‘workers’? Are there women who do not ‘work’? What is the history of paid, less paid, and unpaid work? This course focuses on new trends in the relationship betwee ...

    Clara Camber - 2017-10-26 14:54

  7. WGS 3340

    Transnational Feminism 3 This course places women, feminism, and activism in a transnational perspective, and offers students the opportunity to examine how issues considered critical to the field of gender studies are impacting women’s lives globally in ...

    Anonymous (not verified) - 2017-10-26 14:54

  8. WGS 4750

    Global History of Black Girlhood 3 Scholars working on the history of black girls in the US, Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa have created a vibrant new field of black girl studies.  Combining insights from black feminism and the history of childho ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-10-26 14:55

  9. WGS 1510

    Topics in Women, Gender & Sexuality 3 Previous topics taught: Philosophy of Masculinity: In this course, we will explore the following questions. What is masculinity? Is there a natural basis for masculinity? Is masculinity a social construction? If s ...

    Clara Camber - 2017-11-02 13:37

  10. WGS 3495 (Incarcerated Women)

    Incarcerated Women 3 This course centers on the increasing number of women and juvenile girls who are incarcerated in the United States, and the now more than one million women under some form of correctional supervision in America. We will also explore s ...

    Monica Mohapatra - 2017-11-02 13:44

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