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Spring 2018

WGSS & Cross-Listed Courses

WMNS 1103 Introduction to WGSS
Professor Moya Bailey

WMNS/HIST/SOCL 2303 Gender & Reproductive Justice
Professor Margot Abels

WMNS/HIST 2373 Gender & Sexuality in World History
Instructor: Bridget Keown

WMNS/PHIL/POLS 3500 Sexuality, Gender, and the Law
Professor Libby Adler

WMNS/SOCL 7100 Queer Theory: Sexualities, Genders, Politics
Professor Moya Bailey*
*Note: This course is a 3-credit graduate course but open to advanced undergraduates with permission from the instructor. 

COMM/WMNS 2304 Communication & Gender
Professor Sara Picklesimer (Section 1)
Professor Bobbi Van Gilder (Sections 2 & 3)

HUSV/WMNS 2800 Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression in Policy & Practice
Professor Margot Abels

HUSV/WMNS 3580 Sexual Violence: Counseling, Programs, and Poicy
Professor Stephanie M. DeCandia

INTL/WMNS 2480 Women in World Politics
Professor Valentine Moghadam

SOCL/WMNS 1255 Sociology of the Family
Professor Nicholas Monroe

SOCL/WMNS 1260 Gender in a Changing Society
Professor Betul Eksi

SOCL/WMNS 4523 Sexualities
Professor Chris Chambers

Affiliated Electives

CINE 3500 Film Theory
Professor Nathan Blake

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication
Professor Joseph Schwartz

COMM 3304 Communication & Inclusion
Professor Sarah Jackson

COMM 3610 Communication, Politics, and Social Change
Professor Carole Bell

INTL 2400 Politics of Islam and Gender
Professor Amira A. Ahmed Mohamed

NRSG 3302 Nursing with Women and Families
Professor Mary L. Mayville (Section 01)
Professor Carol L. Femia (Section B01 – online)
Professor Stacey A. Waite (Sections B02 & B03 – online)
Professor Deborah A. Blackwell (Section N01 – online)

PSYC 1200 Psychology of Women
Professor Karen Spikes

 

Fall 2017

WGSS & Cross-Listed Undergraduate Courses

WMNS 1103 Introduction to WGSS
Professor Margot Abels

WMNS/AFAM/HIST 1225 Gender, Race, and Medicine
Professor Moya Bailey

WMNS/ENGL 2455 American Women Writers
Professor Carla Kaplan

WMNS/MSCR 2505 Digital Feminisms
Professor Moya Bailey

WMNS/POLS/SOCL 3100 Gender, Social Justice, and Transnational Activism
Professor Betul Eksi

ANTH/WMNS 2302 Gender and Sexuality: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Professor Carie Hersh

COMM/WMNS 2304 Communication and Gender
Section 01 – Professor Sara Picklesimer

Section 02 – Professor Bobbi van Gilder

COMM/WMNS 3304 Communication and Inclusion
Professor Sarah Jackson

COMM/WMNS 3610 Communication, Politics, and Social Change
Professor Carole Bell

CRIM/WMNS 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice
Professor Ekaterina Botchkovar

ENGL/WMNS 3676 Representing Gender in Literature: Irish Women Writers
Professor Patrick Mullen

HUSV/WMNS 2800 Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Practice and Policy
Professor Margot Abels

PHIL/WMNS 1271 Sex in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Professor Elizabeth Bucar

SOCL/WMNS 1260 Gender in a Changing Society
Professor Camille Petersen

SOCL/WMNS 4520 Race, Class, and Gender
Professor Christopher Chambers

 

Affiliated Electives

CINE 3500 Film Theory
Professor Nathan Blake

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication
Professor Joseph Schwartz

LING 3456 Language and Gender
Professor Heather Littlefield

MUSC 2340 DJs, Divas, and Doublestandards
Professor Dierdre Loughridge

 

Graduate Courses

CAEP 6380 – Seminar in Feminist Psychology
Professor Todd Kates

SOCL 7225 – Gender and Social Movements
Professor Valentine Moghadam

ENGL 7284 – Topics in 18th-Century Literature: Jane Austen
Professor Nicole Aljoe

WGS.600 – Workshop for Dissertation Writers in Women’s and Gender Studies (year-long)* 
Professor Robin Chandler

WMNS 7976/WGS.640 – The Politics of Madness: Gender and Psychiatry through Film and Theory*
Professors Emily Fox-Kales and Sarah Pinto

*These courses are taught at the Consortium for Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women, and Sexuality. For more information please view the GCWS page for courses available through the Consortium.

Courses are offered in the Consortium for Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women, and Sexuality on a semester or yearly basis. These courses will count toward your graduate certificate. Students must apply to the GCWS before registering for classes there. The deadlines for registration are in the fall (September) and the spring (January). Visit the Consortium for Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women, and Sexuality’s page for more details.

Summer II 2017

SOCL 1260 Gender in a Changing Society

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication

COMM 2304 Communication & Gender

COMM 3530 Communication & Sexualities

Summer I 2017

WMNS 1103 Introduction to WGSS
Professor Margot Abels

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication

COMM 2304 Communication & Gender

COMM 3530 Communication & Sexualities

Spring 2017

WGSS & Cross-Listed Courses

WMNS 1103 Introduction to WGSS
Professor Laura Green

WMNS 1101/SOCL 1102 Sexuality, Gender, and Pop Culture
Professor Suzanna Walters

WMNS/HIST/ SOCL 2303 Gender and Reproductive Justice
Instructor Margot Abels

WMNS/PHIL/POLS 3500 Sexuality, Gender, and the Law
Professor Libby Adler

AFRS/WMNS 1185 Gender in the African Diaspora
Professor Robin Chandler

ANTH/WMNS 2302 Gender and Sexuality: A Cross-Cultural Perspective 
Professor Carrie Hersh

CINE/WMNS 3392 Gender and Film
Professor Anne Fleche

COMM/WMNS 2304 Communication and Gender 
Instructors: Amy Barber and Jesica Speed Wiley (3 sections)

HUSV/WMNS 2800 Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression 
Instructor Margot Abels

INTL/WMNS 2480 Women and World Politics 
Professor Valentine Moghadam

SOCL/WMNS 1255 Sociology of the Family 
Professor Estye Fenton

SOCL/WMNS 1260 Gender in a Changing Society 
Professor Betul Eksi

 

Affiliated Electives

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication
Professor Joseph Schwartz

HUSV 5100 Sexual Violence: Counseling, Programs, and Policy
Professor Stephanie Decandia

PHIL 4390 Cults & Sects*
Professor Susan Setta

THTR 2500 Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women in Theatre*
Professor Nancy Kindelan

*Please note that these courses are new and not included in the 2016-2017 catalog. You will need to have your advisor make an exception in DARS for these to count towards your minor. However, the syllabi have been approved by the WGSS program director to count as an elective. Contact the program to provide departmental approval to your advisor. 

 

Fall 2016

WGSS & Cross-Listed Courses
WMNS 1103 
Introduction to WGSS
Professor Moya Bailey

WMNS/HIST/AFAM 1225 Gender, Race, and Medicine
Professor Moya Bailey

WMNS/POLS/SOCL 3100 Gender, Social Justice, and Transnational Activism
Instructor: Firuzeh Shokooh Valle

WMNS/CINE 3392 Gender and Film
Professor Anne Fleche

WMNS/COMM 2304 Communication and Gender
Instructors: Amy Barber and Jesica Speed Wiley (3 sections)

WMNS/SOCL 1260 Gender in a Changing Society
Professor Kathrin Zippel

WMNS/SOCL 4520 Race, Class, and Gender
Professor Chris Chambers

WMNS/SOCL 4523 Sexualities
Professor Chris Chambers

 

Affiliated Electives

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication
Professor Joseph Schwartz

CRIM 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice
Professor Ekaterina Botchkovar

 

Summer II 2016

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication
Professor Joseph Schwartz

COMM 2304 Communication & Gender
Professor TBA

SOCL 1256 Violence in the Family
Professor TBA

Summer I 2016

WMNS 1101 Sex, Gender, and Pop Culture
Professor Margot Abels

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication
Professor Joseph Schwartz

COMM 2304 Communication & Gender
Professor Amy Barber

Spring 2016

WMNS/MSCR 2505 Digital Feminisms
Professor Moya Bailey

WMNS/HIST 2373 Gender & Sexuality in World History
Instructor: Bridget Keown

WMNS/PHIL 3500 Gender, Sexuality, and the Law
Professor Libby Adler

AFRS/WMNS 1185 Gender in the African Diaspora

COMM/WMNS 2304 Communication & Gender

COMM/WMNS 3304 Communication & Inclusion
Professor Sarah Jackson

HUSV/WMNS 2800 Sexual Orientation & Gender Expression in Practice & Policy
Margot Abels

JWSS/WMNS 2259 Sex and Gender in the Jewish Experience
Professor Jenny Sartori

SOCL/WMNS 1255 Sociology of the Family

SOCL/WMNS 1260 Gender in a Changing Society

Affiliated Courses
CINE 3500 
Film Theory

CINE 3392 Gender and Film

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication

HUSV 2900 Gender Violence: Bystander Education Theory and Practice

PSYC 1200 Psychology of Women

RELS 1280 Encountering Islam: Traditions, Debates, and Crosscultural Diversity

SOCL 4520 Race, Class, and Gender

Fall 2015

WGSS & Cross-Listed Courses
WMNS 1103 Intro to Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Professor Moya Bailey

WMNS/SOCL 1260 Gender in a Changing Society
Professor TBD

WMNS/RELS 1271 Sex in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Professor Elizabeth Bucar

COMM 3304 Communication and Inclusion
Professor Sarah Jackson

WMNS/ANTH 2302 Gender and Sexuality: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Professor Nina Sylvanus

WMNS/COMM 2304 Communication and Gender
Professors Amy Barber and Anna Freya Thimsen (4 sections)

WMNS/HUSV 2800 Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression in Practice and Policy
Professor Margot Abels

 

Affiliated Electives
CINE 3392 Gender and Film
Professor Miriam Tola

COMM 1131 Sex, Relationships, and Communication
Professor Joseph Schwartz

CRIM 4010 Gender, Crime, and Justice
Professor Ekaterina Botchkovar

ENGL 2460 Multiethnic Literatures of the US
Professor Bonnie TuSmith

HUSV 5100 Sexual Violence: Counseling, Programs, and Policy
Professor Stephanie M. Decandia
This course was formerly HUSV 3580.

LING 3456 Language and Gender
Professor Heather A. Littlefield
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Current Course Offerings:

2015 Summer I

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
WMNS 1103: Intro to Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Professor Margot Abels

Communication Studies
COMM 1131: Sex, Relationships, and Communication
Dr. Joseph Schwartz (online)

COMM 2304: Communication and Gender
Dr. Amy Barber

 

2015 Summer II

Communication Studies
COMM 1131: Sex, Relationships, and Communication
Dr. Joseph Schwartz (online)

COMM 2304: Communication and Gender
Dr. Amy Barber

Sociology
SOCL 1260: Gender in a Changing Society
Brett Nava-Coulter

Spring 2015

Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
WMNS 1101: Sex, Gender, and Popular Culture
Professor Suzanna Walters, Director of WGSS Program

WMNS/AFRS 1185: Gender in the African Diaspora
Professor Robin Chandler

WMNS/SOCL 1255: Sociology of the Family
Professor Esther M. Fenton

WMNS/SOCL 1260: Gender in a Changing Society
Professor Kathrin S. Zippel

WMNS/RELS 1271: Sex in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Professor Elizabeth Bucar

WMNS/COMM 2304: Communication and Gender
Professor Amy Barber (sections 01, 04)
Professor Jesica S. Wiley (sections 02, 03)

WMNS/INTL 2480: Women and World Politics
Professor Valentine Moghadam

Media – Cinema Studies
CINE 3500: Film Theory
Professor Anne F. Fleche

Communication Studies
COMM 1131: Sex, Relationships and Communication

Professor Joseph Schwartz

COMM/WMNS 2304: Communication and Gender
Professor Jesica Speed, Sections 02 and 03
Professor Amy Barber, Sections 01 and 04

English
ENGL 3339: Topics in Literary Criticisms: Queer Theory
Professor Patrick Mullen
ENGL 3678: Bedrooms and Battlefields: Hebrew Bible and the Origins of Sex, Gender and Ethnicity
Professor Lori Lefkovitz


Human Services
HUSV 2800: Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression in Practice and Policy

Professor Margot Abels
HUSV 2900: Bystander Education Theory and Practice
Professors Jarrod Chin and Elizabeth A. Gardner

International Affairs
INTL 2400: Politics of Islam and Gender
Professor Berna Turam
INTL/WMNS 2480: Women and World Politics
Professor Valentine Moghadam
 

Music
MUSC 1139: Popular Music, Sexuality, and the New Global Order
Professor Alessandra Ciucci

Psychology
PSYC 1200: Psychology of Women
Professor Karen Spikes

 Religious Studies
RELS/WMNS 1271: Sex in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Professor Elizabeth Bucar

Sociology
SOCL/WMNS 1255: Sociology of the Family

Professor Esther Fenton

SOCL/WMNS 1260: Gender in a Changing Society
Professor Kathrin S. Zippel

Fall Semester, 2014 – Course Offerings:
Women’s Studies
WMNS 1103: Introduction to Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Professor Moya Bailey, Dean’s Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Scholar in WGSS & Digital Humanities, CRN: 16480

Anthropology
ANTH/WMNS 2302: Gender and Sexuality: A Cross-Cultural Perspective
Professor Nina Sylvanus, CRN: 10291 OR 16482


Media – Cinema Studies
CINE 3392: Gender and Film
Professor TBD, CRN: 16658

CINE 3500: Film Theory
Professor Sarah Sinwell, CRN: 10233


Communication Studies
COMM 1131: Sex, Relationships and Communication
Professor Joseph Schwartz, CRN: 16521

COMM/WMNS 1304: Communication and Inclusion
Professor Sarah Jackson, CRN: 16523 OR 16483

COMM/WMNS 2304: Communication and Gender
Professor Jesica Speed, CRN: 14778 OR 16484
Professor Amy Barber, CRN: 14779 OR 16485, 17116 OR 17107

 

Criminal Justice
CRIM 4010: Gender, Crime, and Justice
Professor Ekaterina Botchkovar, CRN: 14004

 

English
ENGL 3150: Topics in Early Literature: Gender, Sexuality, and the Renaissance Body
Professor Marina A. Leslie, CRN: 16740

ENGL 3190: Topics in Nineteenth Century American Literature: Nineteenth Century American Women Writers
Professor Theo Davis, CRN: 16742


Honors
HONR 1209: The Islamic Veil: Islam, Gender, and the Politics of Dress
Professor Elizabeth Bucar, CRN: 15623


Human Services
HUSV 3580: Rape Crisis Training: Techniques in Counseling
Professor Stephanie M. Decandia, CRN: 10206

Religious Studies
RELS/WMNS 1271: Sex in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Professor Michael J. Hartwig, CRN: 13277 OR 17155

RELS 1280: Encountering Islam: Traditions, Debates and Crosscultural Diversity
Professor Elizabeth Bucar, CRN: 13718


Sociology
SOCL/WMNS 1260: Gender in a Changing Society
Professor Kathrin S. Zippel, CRN: 13537 OR 16959

SOCL 4520: Race, Class and Gender
Professor Christopher Chambers, CRN: 16771