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Women and Gender Studies

Contact Person

Pamela Kaylor, PhD

(740) 654-6711 Ext. 662

dawes@ohio.edu

Information about the faculty

Pamela A Kaylor
Ph. D., Ohio University
Instructor 532 Brasee
Ext. 662
dawes@ohio.edu
Jamie Hettinger
M.A., Ohio University
Instructor Brasee Ext. hettinge@ohio.edu
Phyllis Gorman
Ph. D., Ohio State University
Instructor
Brasee Ext
gorman@ohio.edu
Beth Sertell
M.B.A., Texas Woman's University
Instructor Brasee Ext.   sertell@ohio.edu


Tentative Semester Planner Information


WGS

Links to Professional/Student Organizations

Gender Equality Solidarity Society

GESS Face Book Page


Women's and Gender Studies CERTIFICATE Requirements

(CTWSTU)  Semester Requirements

Part I--Core (12 credit hours):

Complete 4 courses.

 WGS 1000 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies

 WGS 2000 Issues in Women's and Gender Studies

 WGS 3500 Feminist Theory

 WGS 4800 Capstone in Women's and Gender Studies

Part II--Elective (6 credit hours):

Complete 2 courses.

Select from:

AAS 3450 The Black Woman

AAS 4820 The Black Family

AH 4111 The Representation and Theorization of Gender in the History of Art

ANTH 3450 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective

ANTH 3490 Life History: The Individual and Culture

BIOS 2020 Biology of Sex Differences

CFS 4620 Diversity in Families

CLAS 3510 Women in the Ancient Mediterranean

CLWR 2220 Religion, Gender, and Sexuality

CLWR 4350 Women in Buddhism

CLWR 4430 Women and Religion

COMS 3200 Women and Health Communication

COMS 4200 Gender & Communication

COMS 4220 Communication in the Family

ECON 3220 Economics of Human Resources

ENG 3060J Women & Writing

ENG 3250 Women & Literature

ENG 3260 Lesbian and Gay Literature

GEOG 3270 Social Geographies

GEOG 3480 Gender, Environment, and Development

HIST 3200 Women in American History Before 1877

HIST 3201 Women in American History Since 1877

HIST 3202 Women's Health & Medicine in US History

HIST 3320 Women in the Middle East

HIST 3390 Women in African History

HIST 3540 History of Early Christianity

HIST 3600 Women in Early Modern Europe

HIST 3601 Women in Modern Europe

HIST 3602 Women Warriors: Women and War in Europe

HIST 3710 Magic, Heresy and Witchcrafts in Pre-modern Europe

HLTH 2100 Health of Women

JOUR 4130 Gender, Race, and Mass

LING 3900 Language of Women and Men

MDIA 4175 Media and Sexual Representation

MGT 4620 Women in Management

PBIO 2170 Women in Science

POLS 3190 Gay and Lesbian Politics

POLS 4200 Women, Law, and Politics

POLS 4210 Politics of Law and Sexuality

POLS 4780 Feminist Political Theories and Movements

POLS 4067 Women and Politics

PSY 3440 Psychology of Gender

SASM 4000 Diversity and Sport

SOC 2200 Introduction to the Family

SOC 4210 Comparative Studies of the Family

SOC 4220 The American Family System

SOC 4670 Violence Against Women

SOC 4700 Sociology of Gender

SOC 4710 Gender & Justice

WGS 2100 Women, Gender, and Rock and Roll

WGS 3200 Sexual Revolutions

WGS 3600 Internship in Women's and Gender Studies

WGS 4100 Global Feminisms

WGS 4110 Women and Globalization

WGS 4500 Advanced Feminist Theory

WGS 4600 Gender, Sexuality, and Culture

WGS 4610 Queer Theory

WGS 4810 Writing Gender 


Women's and Gender Studies BACHELOR OF ARTS Requirements (BA4402)

Semester Requirements


Under semesters, ten courses will be required to complete the WGS major:
Part I--Core (minimum 18 credit hours):
1) Complete 4 courses.
 WGS 1000 Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies
 WGS 2000 Issues in Women's and Gender Studies
 WGS 3500 Feminist Theory
 WGS 4800 Capstone in Women's and Gender Studies
2) Complete 1 course.
Select from:
 WGS 4100 Global Feminisms
 WGS 4110 Women and Globalization
3) Complete 1 course.
Select from:
 WGS 3200 Sexual Revolutions
 WGS 4600 Gender, Sexuality, and Culture
 WGS 4610 Queer Theory
Part II--Elective (minimum 12 credit hours/4 courses):
Complete 4 courses.
Select from:
AAS 3450 The Black Woman
AAS 4820 The Black Family
AH 4111 The Representation and Theorization of Gender in the History of Art
ANTH 3450 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
ANTH 3490 Life History: The Individual and Culture
BIOS 2020 Biology of Sex Differences
CFS 4620 Diversity in Families
CLAS 3510 Women in the Ancient Mediterranean
CLWR 2220 Religion, Gender, and Sexuality
CLWR 4350 Women in Buddhism
CLWR 4430 Women and Religion
COMS 3200 Women and Health Communication
COMS 4200 Gender & Communication
COMS 4220 Communication in the Family
ECON 3220 Economics of Human Resources
ENG 3060J Women & Writing
ENG 3250 Women & Literature
ENG 3260 Lesbian and Gay Literature
GEOG 3270 Social Geographies
GEOG 3480 Gender, Environment, and Development
HIST 3200 Women in American History Before 1877
HIST 3201 Women in American History Since 1877
HIST 3202 Women's Health & Medicine in US History
HIST 3320 Women in the Middle East
HIST 3390 Women in African History
HIST 3540 History of Early Christianity
HIST 3600 Women in Early Modern Europe
HIST 3601 Women in Modern Europe
HIST 3602 Women Warriors: Women and War in Europe
HIST 3710 Magic, Heresy and Witchcrafts in Pre-modern Europe
HLTH 2100 Health of Women
JOUR 4130 Gender, Race, and Mass Media
LING 3900 Language of Women and Men
MDIA 4175 Media and Sexual Representation
MGT 4620 Women in Management
PBIO 2170 Women in Science
POLS 3190 Gay and Lesbian Politics
POLS 4200 Women, Law, and Politics
POLS 4210 Politics of Law and Sexuality
POLS 4780 Feminist Political Theories and Movements
POLS 4067 Women and Politics
PSY 3440 Psychology of Gender
SASM 4000 Diversity and Sport
SOC 2200 Introduction to the Family
SOC 4210 Comparative Studies of the Family
SOC 4220 The American Family System
SOC 4670 Violence Against Women
SOC 4700 Sociology of Gender
SOC 4710 Gender & Justice
WGS 2100 Women, Gender, and Rock and Roll
WGS 3200* Sexual Revolutions
WGS 3600 Internship in Women's and Gender Studies
WGS 4100* Global Feminisms
WGS 4110* Women and Globalization
WGS 4500 Advanced Feminist Theory
WGS 4600* Gender, Sexuality, and Culture
WGS 4610* Queer Theory
WGS 4810 Writing Gender
* Courses that satisfy a core requirement cannot satisfy an elective requirement.

 
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