WGSS Courses

 

 

Offered for WGS Credit, Spring 2014:

 

Course:  DANC 4711/5711: Dance, Sexuality, and Gender: Historical Perspectives
TTH 1:30-2:50
Instructor:  Tresa Randall
Class no. 6168

Description:  Since dance is an art of the body, it engages discourses about gender, sexuality, and power.  This course examines concert / theatrical dance from the perspectives of feminist, gender, and sexuality studies.  We consider how dance practices are gendered and sexed, how dance practices have historically constructed gendered categories of meaning and valuation, and how representations of gender and sexuality in dance have changed through time.  Class activities will include video/concert viewings, readings, writings, and class discussions.

 

Course: EDCS 6900: Special Topics: Education and Feminist Thought
Wednesdays 5:15-9:00
Instructor:  Katharine Sprecher
McCracken 309
Class no. 1791

Description:  How does feminist thought intersect with education?  What and how do we learn and teach, and what and who are considered valid knowledges and knowers at the intersections of gender, race, and class in schools and the academy? How have feminists theorized experiences of students and teachers of diverse backgrounds in Higher, K-12, and popular education? Examining both early pivotal and contemporary publications, this course will explore feminist topics such as caring, critical / race / queer educational theories, & gendered analyses of teacher / professor identities, work, and training. Classes will combine critical dialogue with experiential, media, and arts-based pedagogies that challenge and expand traditional teaching-learning paradigms.

 

WGS Course Offerings, Spring 2014

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Here's a list of cross-listed undergrad courses that count for WGSS elective credit (scroll down for grad classes):

**Note that this list does not include special topics courses**

AAS 3450 The Black Woman
AAS 3460 Black Men and Masculinities
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 4600 Diversity in Families
CLAS 3430 Women in the Ancient Mediterranean
CLWR 2220 Religion, Gender, and Sexuality
CLWR 4350 Women in Buddhist Traditions
CLWR 4430 Women and Religion
COMS 3410 Women and Health Communication
COMS 4200 Gender & Communication
COMS 4410 Communication in the Family
ECON 3220 Economics of Human Resources
ENG 3060J Women & Writing
ENG 3250 Women & Literature
ENG 3260 Lesbian and Gay Literature
ENG 3270 Queer Rhetorics and Writing
ENG 3280 Women's Rhetorics
GEOG 3270 Social Geographies
GEOG 4450 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 3555 Women in Medieval Europe
HIST 3600 Women in Early Modern European History, 1400-1800
HIST 3601 Women in Modern European History, 1800-presentS
HIST 3602 Women Warriors:Women and War in Europe
HIST 3710
Magic, Heresy and Witchcrafts in Pre-modern Europe
HIST 3715 Sex, Crime and Deviance in Europe, 1200-1800
HLTH 2100 Women and Health
JOUR 4130 Gender, Race, and Class in Journalism and Mass Media
LING 3900 Language of Women and Men
MDIA 3810 Women and the Media
MDIA 4175 Media and Sexual Representation
MGT 4420 Gender Issues in Management
PBIO 2170 Women in Science
POLS 4067 Women and Politics
POLS 4190 Gay and Lesbian Politics
POLS 4210 The Politics of Law and Sexuality
POLS 4740 Sexuality and Queer Theories
POLS 4752 The Politics of Intersectionality
POLS 4780 Feminist Political Theories and Movements
PSY 3440 Psychology of Gender
SASM 4000 Diversity and Sport
SOC 2200 Introduction to the Family
SOC 3720 Sociology of Masculinity
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
WGSS 2100 Women, Gender, and Rock and Roll
WGSS 3200 Sexual Revolutions
WGSS 3810J Writing Gender
(fulfills Tier 1 Junior Comp requirement)
WGSS 3910 Internship
WGSS 4100 Global Feminisms
WGSS 4110 Women and Globalization

WGSS 4500 Advanced Feminist Theory
WGSS 4600 Gender, Sexuality, and Culture
WGSS 4610 Queer Theory
WGSS 4900 Special Topics
WGSS 4930 Independent Reading (offered at instructor's discretion)

Here's a list of cross-listed grad courses that count for WGSS elective credit:

**Note that this list does not include special topics courses**

AAS 5820 The Black Family
AH 5111 The Representation and Theorization of Gender in the History of Art
ANTH 5450 Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
ANTH 5490 Life History: The Individual and Culture
CFS 5600 Children, Family, Diversity
CLWR 5450 Women in Buddhism
COMS 6230 Gender and Communication
COMS 6240 Communication in the Family
COMS 8330 Feminist Rhetorical Theory
ECON 5220 Economics of Human Resources
GEOG 5270 Social Geographies
GEOG 5450 Gender, Environment, and Development
GEOG 6430 Gender and Development
HIST 5200 Women in American History Before 1877
HIST 5201 Women in American History Since 1877
HIST 5202 Women's Health and Medicine in U.S. History
HIST 5390 Women in African History
HIST 5540 Early Christianity
HIST 5555 Women in Medieval Europe
HIST 5600 Women in Early Modern Europe
HIST 5601 Women in Modern Europe
HIST 5715 Sex, Crime and Deviance in Europe, 1200-1800
IART 7502 Performance Studies:The Body
JOUR 5130: Gender, Race, and Class in Journalism and Mass Media
MDIA 5175 Media and Sexual Representation
POLS 5067 Women and Politics
POLS 5190 Gay and Lesbian Politics
POLS 5210 The Politics of Law and Sexuality
POLS 5740 Sexuality and Queer Theories
POLS 5752 The Politics of Intersectionality
POLS 5780 Feminist Political Theories and Movements
SASM 5000 Diversity and Sport
SOC 5220 The American Family System
SOC 5670 Violence Against Women
SOC 5700 Sociology of Gender
SOC 5710 Gender and Justice
WGS 5100 Global Feminisms
WGS 5110 Women and Globalization
WGS 5500 Advanced Feminist Theory
WGS 5600 Gender, Sexuality, and Culture
WGS 5610 Queer Theory
WGS 5900 Special Topics in Women's and Gender Studies
WGS 5930 Independent Reading (per instructor discretion)