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  1. 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

  2. WGS 2500

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

    Manager - 2017-10-09 13:36

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. WGS 3814

    Gender, Sexuality, Identiy 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. R ...

    Bridget Murphy - 2017-10-09 13:48

  8. WGS 2552

    Choice and Sexuality 3 This course will introduce and familiarize students with French literature and fim via its representation of the reproductive and sexual body. We will study the ways in which literature, arts, and the humanities in general are vital ...

    Clara Camber - 2017-10-26 14:30

  9. WGS 2896

    Front Lines of Social Change II 2 The course is designed to increase students’ insight into social problems.  The course is divided into two parts. The first half of the semester we will focus in class on four problem areas that have a local and/or global ...

    Clara Camber - 2017-10-26 14:35

  10. 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