Courses for Credit Toward the Women's and Gender Studies Major and Minor

Courses for Credit Toward the Women's and Gender Studies Major and Minor

AFR 212 / ENG 279

Black Women Writers

1.0

AFR 222

Blacks and Women in American Cinema

1.0 

AFR 228 / PHIL 228

Black Feminist Philosophy

1.0

AFR 244

Women & Slavery in the Trans-Atlantic World

1.0

AFR 249

From Mumbet to Michelle Obama: Black Women's History

1.0

AFR 316 / ARTH 316

Seminar: The Body: The Race and Gender in Modern Contemporary Art

1.0

AMST 274 / WGST 274

Rainbow Cowboys (and Girls): Gender, Race, Class, and Sexuality in Westerns

1.0

AMST 281 / ENG 297

Rainbow Republic: American Queer Culture from Walt Whitman to Lady Gaga

1.0

AMST 315

Beats, Rhymes, and Life: Hip-Hop Studies

1.0

AMST 327

New Directions in Black and Latina Feminisms: Beyoncé, J-Lo, and Other Divas?

1.0

ANTH 238

The Vulnerable Body: Anthropological Understandings

1.0

ARTH 230

Frank Lloyd Wright and the American Home

1.0

ARTH 245

House and Home: Domestic Architecture, Interiors, and Material Life in

 North America, 1600-1900

1.0

ARTH 309

Seminar: Spiritual Space: Modern Houses of Worship

1.0

ARTH 339

Seminar: Who Was Frida Kahlo?

1.0

CAMS 203 / CHIN 243

Chinese Cinema (in English)

1.0

CAMS 229

Transnational Journeys in European Women’s Filmmaking

1.0

CHIN 243 / CAMS 203

Chinese Cinema (in English)

1.0

CHIN 245

Chinese Women in a Century of Revolution (In English)

1.0

ECON 229

Women in the Economy

1.0

ECON 243

The Political Economy of Gender, Race, and Class

1.0

ECON 343

Seminar: Feminist Economics

1.0 

EDUC 214

Reimagining Youth: Exploring the Role of Family, Community and Society

1.0

EDUC 312

Seminar: History of Childhood and Child Policy

1.0

ENG 272

The Nineteenth-Century Novel

1.0

ENG 294

Writing AIDS, 1981-Present

1.0

ENG 346

George Eliot and Her Readers

1.0

ENG 348

Seminar: Jane Austen and Anthony Trollope

1.0

ENG 357

The World of Emily Dickinson

1.0

ENG 383 / AMST 383

Women in Love: American Literature, Art, Photography, Film

1.0

ENG 387

Authors

1.0

FREN 323

Liberty, Equality, Sexualities: How the Values of the French Republic

Have Both Protected and Limited Sexual Freedom

1.0

GER 329

Border Crossing: German Culture in a Global Context

1.0

HIST 293

Changing Gender Constructions in the Modern Middle East

1.0

ITAS 274

Women in Love: Portraits of Female Desire in Italian Culture

1.0

JPN 353 / THST 353

Lady Murasaki and The Tale of Genji (in English)

1.0

KOR 256

Gender and Language in Modern Korean Culture (in English)

1.0

MUS 222

Music, Gender, and Sexuality

1.0

MUS 322

Music, Gender, and Sexuality

1.0

PEAC 205 / POL3 236

Gender, War and Peacebuilding

1.0

PHIL 218

Feminist Philosophy of Science

1.0

POL1 233

Women, Men and Politics

1.0

POL1 324

Seminar: Gender and Law

1.0

POL4 344

Seminar: Feminist Theory from the Margins

1.0

REL 224 / MUS 224

Hildegard of Bingen

1.0

REL 225

Women in Christianity

1.0

REL 226

The Virgin Mary

1.0

REL 243

Women in the Biblical World

1.0

REL 323

Seminar: Feminist, Womanist, Latina, and LGBT Theologies

1.0

SOC 209

Social Inequality: Race, Class and Gender

1.0

SOC 315

Intersectionality at Work

1.0

SOC 308

Children in Society

1.0

SPAN 263

Women's Art and Activism in Latin America

1.0

SPAN 271

Intersecting Currents: Afro-Hispanic and Indigenous Writers in

Latin American Literature

1.0

SPAN 291

Goddesses, Muses, Warriors: Women in Pre-Hispanic and Colonial Latin America

1.0

SPAN 327

Seminar: Latin American Women Writers: Identity, Marginality, and the

Literary Canon

1.0

THST 200

That's What She Said: Trailblazing Women of American Comedy

1.0

THST 212

Woman, Center Stage

1.0

WRIT 110

Social Inequality: Race, Class and Gender

1.0

WRIT 164

Gender Matters

1.0