Academic Programs

Other Regularly Offered Courses, Not Offered Fall 2013

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CRN

Course ID

Credit

Title

Days

Time

Place

Instructor

GEC

81883 WGS 250-01 3 Intro to Women's & Gender Studies T R 11:00.12:15 Curry 238 Elizabeth T. Walker GSB, WGS
81890 WGS 250-02 3 Intro to Women's & Gender Studies T R 12:30-1:45 Curry 238 Elizabeth T. Walker GSB, WGS
81897 WGS 250-03 3 Intro to Women's & Gender Studies WEB     Elizabeth T. Walker GSB, WGS
81930 WGS 250-04 3 Intro to Women's & Gender Studies MW 2:00-3:15 Curry 238 Sarah E. Colonna GSB, WGS
This interdisciplinary course provides a brief introduction to the field of women and gender studies, addressing the topic "Engendering America: Past and Present." By surveying the history and evolution of the role of women in society, masculinity, homosexuality, diversity, class, ethnicity, age, ability, and transgender issues in the United States, students will constantly rethink and reevaluate definitions. Course readings, audiovisual materials, and class discussions will allow students to encounter varying women and gender perspectives. What students theorize in this class will be linked to real-world practice. Several assignments in the course will take students out into the community to observe, talk, listen, and consider ways to take a small step toward improving the world.
81935 WGS 270-01 3 Sexuality and Culture T R 11:00-12:15 MHRA 2209 Danielle Bouchard WGS
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81939 WGS 350-01 3 Intro to Feminist Theories T R 2:00-3:15 Curry 238 Danielle Bouchard GPR, WGS
Explores and evaluates feminist theories in a socio-historical context. Raises questions about their implications for different methods of inquiry and about the nature of knowledge and rational thought.
81942 WGS 400-01 1 Independent Study       Ann H. Dils WGS
Intensive independent study of specialized topics.
81950 WGS 450-01 3 Special Topics Seminar: Sociological Perspectives On Gender MWF 9-9:50 Curry 331 Gwen Hunnicutt WGS
Inquiry into status of women in society with emphasis on socialization, structural and institutional relationships, and continuities and discontinuities in women's roles across the life cycle.
81957 WGS 450-02 3 Special Topics Seminar: Gender Crime and Deviance MWF 10-10:50 Curry 331 Gwen Hunnicutt WGS
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84606 WGS 450-03 3 Special Topics Seminar: Women in Politics WEB   Carisa Showden WGS
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84952 WGS 450-03D 3 Special Topics Seminar in WGS WEB   Carisa Showden WGS
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81960 WGS 460-01 3 Internship in WGS     Ann H. Dils WGS
Practical experience in a variety of professional settings. Includes bi-weekly seminar with internship coordinator. Students will complete at least 7-10 hours a week at an internship site. The internship will encourage students to put theories to the test of practice, explore approaches and ideas, and consider vocations. The course builds research expertise and practical experience in addition to vocational preparation. Limited enrollment.
81961 WGS 493-01 3 WGS Honors Work       Ann H. Dils WGS
Allows students to do Honors work in WGS. Through Disciplinary Honors, students have the opportunity to study topics in depth and to do original, sophistocated research under the supervision of a faculty member, thus giving themselves a competitive advantage when applying for graduate school or beginning a career.
81963 WGS 600-01 3-6 Independent Study       Ann H. Dils WGS
Independent study of specialized topics. Requires written plan, permission of sponsoring instructor, and approval of the Women's and Gender Studies Program director.   
81966 WGS 651-01 3 Feminist Theory: Gender, Race and Class R 4:00-6:50 Curry 312 Danielle Bouchard WGS
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81967 WGS 699-01 1-6 Thesis       Ann H. Dils WGS
84796 AFS 650-01 3 Topics in AFS Gender Studies T R WEB Tara T. Green AFS, WGS
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  BLS 3 TBA         WGS
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  CED 3 TBA T     WGS
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84802 CPS/SWK/ENT 540-01 3 Social Entrepreneurship/Justice and a Green Environment M 6:00-9:00 MHRA 1208 Cathryne L. Schmitz WGS
This course focuses on environmental justice from an interdisciplinary perspective.
83735 CPS 600-01D 3 Fundamentals of Conflict Resolution/Peace Studies T 6:00-9:00 WEB Thomas G. Matyok WGS
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82782 CPS 601-01 3 Cultural Dimensions of Conflict Resolution and Peace T 6:00-9:00 MHRA 2206 Cathryne L. Schmitz WGS
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83736 CPS 601-01D 3 Cultural Dimensions of Conflict Resolution and Peace M 6:00-9:00 WEB Barbara T. Strahl WGS
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82786 CPS 676-01 3 Peace Development through Community Building W 6:00-9:00 MHRA 2204 Raleigh Bailey WGS
Community and peacebuilding are explored with an emphasis on understanding power and conflict as intertwined. Strategies for building peace and community through civic engagement are explored.
83739 CPS 677-01D 3 Advocacy and Human Rights W 6:00-9:00 WEB George N. Ewing WGS
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  CST 3 TBA         WGS
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  DCE 3 TBA       WGS
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80943 ELC 676-01 3 Ed Soc: Race, Class, Gender T 7:00-9:50 SOEB 212 Silvia C. Bettez WGS
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80944 ELC 680-01 3 Transnational/Postcolonial Feminist Perspectives WEB   Leila Villaverde .WGS
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  ENG 3 TBA       WGS
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  FRE 3 TBA       WGS
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80905 HDF 212-02 3 Families/Close Relationships T R 2:00-3:15 Petty 136 Heather M Helms GSB, WGS
80907 HDF 212-04 3 Families/Close Relationships T R 11:00-12:15 LIBR 032 Heather M Helms GSB, WGS
Intrapersonal and interpersonal processes in the development and maintenance of families and close relationships over time.
80927 HDF 407-01 3 Issues Affecting Women and Families M W F 10:00-10:50 Stone 204 Mary Y. Morgan WGS
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80929 HDF 409-01 3 Family Diversity TR 2:00-3:15 Petty 224 Andrea G. Hunter WGS
Develop an in-depth understanding of the variation within and between families through an exploration of the similarities and differences among families and children from a cultural, racial, gender, and class perspective.
80931 HDF 410-01 3 Families and Children: Global Perspectives M W F 12:00-12:50 Mary Y. Morgan GN, WGS
81973 HDF 410-02D 3 Families and Children: Global Perspectives WEB   Mary Y. Morgan GN, WGS
The study of families and children, particularly child-rearing practices, that vary as a function of differing socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds both inside and outside the United States.
  HEA 3 TBA     WGS
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81231 HIS 209-04 3 Women in World History WEB   Lisa Levenstein WGS
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84673 HIS 209-04D 3 Women in World History WEB   Lisa Levenstein WGS
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80558 HIS 329-01 3 US Women's History Since 1865 W 6:00-8:50 MHRA 2211 Katrin Deal WGS
A history of women in the U.S. since the Civil War. Topics include roles, status, image, family, work, and racial and class differences in experience.
80739 HIS 551-01 3 Feminist Politics in Recent US History W 3:30-6:20 MHRA 1210 Lisa Levenstein AFS, WGS
A history of women in the U.S. since the Civil War. Topics include roles, status, image, family, work, and racial and class differences in experience.
80772 HIS 724-01 3 20th Century US Women's and Gender History M 3:30-6:20 MHRA 1304 Lisa Levenstein WGS
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82363 JNS 230-01 3 Women in Japanese Literature and Film TR 11:00-12:15 Curry 204   GLT, GN, IGS, SI, WGS
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  MST 3 TBA         WGS
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81925 PSC 336-01 3 Women in Politics WEB   Carisa Showden WGS
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82468 PSY 346-01 3 Sex, Gender and Behavior MW 3:30-4:45 Eberhardt 284 Ashleigh Gallagher WGS
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  REL 3 TBA         WGS
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80663 SOC 225-01 3 Race, Class and Gender: Social Inequality TR 11:00-12:15 Graham 207 Shelly Brown-Jeffy WGS
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80786 SOC 329-01 3 Sociological Perspectives on Gender MWF 9:00-9:50 Graham 204 Gwen Hunnicutt WGS
Inquiry into status of women in society with emphasis on socialization, structural and institutional relationships, and continuities and discontinuities in women's roles across the life cycle.
80803 SOC 419-01 3 Gender, Crime and Deviance MWF 10:00-10:50 Graham 204 Gwen Hunnicutt SI, WGS
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