Fall 2019


Fall 2019 GWST Course Offerings

GWST 2123 Campus Spring 2017

GWST 2123: Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies
MWF 9:30-10:20 a.m., 206 CLB, and 10:30-11:20 a.m., 206 Morrill
Dr. Jessica Glover

TR 10:30-11:45 a.m., 119 AGH

This course employs an interdisciplinary set of tools for analyzing women’s experiences and studies the ways that sex and gender manifest themselves in social, cultural, and political contexts. This course does not only consider differences between women and men, but also explores differences among women. The readings and discussion will be designed to examine ideas about race, class, sexuality and other aspects of identity in addition to gender. Together we will discuss the relationships among these categories, and will analyze when and how such categories operate throughout American history and into contemporary society.

GWST 2123 Online Spring 2017

GWST 2123: Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies
Online
Dr. Jessica Glover

This course employs an interdisciplinary set of tools for analyzing women’s experiences and studies the ways that sex and gender manifest themselves in social, cultural, and political contexts. This course does not only consider differences between women and men, but also explores differences among women. The readings and discussion will be designed to examine ideas about race, class, sexuality and other aspects of identity in addition to gender. Together we will discuss the relationships among these categories, and will analyze when and how such categories operate throughout history.

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GWST 3450/AFAM 3753/AMST 3753: Creating Their Own Image: African American Women's Art and Ideas
MWF 11:30-12:20 p.m., 206 CLB
Dr. Shaila Mehra

This course examines the ways that African American women have used art--visual, musical, literary--to create and share ideas about Black womanhood, Black women's experiences, and Black feminist thought.

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GWST 4503/5990: Theorizing Men and Masculinities
TR, 2-3:15 p.m., 119 AGH 

Examine the roles of men in various cultural contexts, the historical development of manhood as an ideal, and theories of masculinities. Prerequisite: GWST 4113 or instructor permission