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WGSS-125 FA4
Gender in Society
CLOSED
001
03.00
Omar,S; Tevault,E
Books
MTH
12:55PM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
WAIT-6
002
03.00
Omar,S; Tevault,E
Books
MTH
12:55PM
02:10PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
WGSS-150 FA2
Women's Voices Thru Time
CLOSED
001
03.00
Okopny,C
Books
MTH
02:30PM
03:45PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
CLOSED
002
03.00
Okopny,C
Books
MTH
04:05PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
WAIT-4
003
03.00
Tevault,E
Books
MTH
11:20AM
12:35PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
WAIT-4
004
03.00
Okopny,C
Books
MTH
02:30PM
03:45PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
WAIT-4
005
03.00
Okopny,C
Books
MTH
04:05PM
05:20PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
WGSS-240 FA4
Sexualities Studies
CLOSED
001
03.00
Kappel,C
Books
TF
09:45AM
11:00AM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
WAIT-4
002
03.00
Kappel,C
Books
TF
11:20AM
12:35PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
WAIT-4
003
03.00
Kappel,C
Books
TF
09:45AM
11:00AM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
WGSS-350
Interpreting Gender in Culture
CLOSED
001
Feminist Artists of Diaspora
03.00
Williams,S
Books
TF
02:30PM
03:45PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Feminist Artists of the Diaspora: Creative Global Transformations (3) This course examines intersections of feminism, race, and post-colonialism manifest in women's creative work born of the African Diaspora. In particular, it explores how "African" women visual, music, literary, and performance artists in the United States, the English-speaking Caribbean, and Africa create formidable statements about globalism, demonstrating the power of art as a transformative personal and political tool. Meets with PERF-450 003.
CLOSED
003
The Lavender Screen
03.00
Connelly,R
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
The Lavender Screen (3) This course analyzes lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender portrayals in fiction films from World War II to the end of the twentieth century. From exploitation to celebration, these cinematic representations are examined and critiqued within their filmic styles and genres against the backdrop of the LGBT Civil Rights Movement.
WAIT-3
004
Feminist Artists of Diaspora
03.00
Williams,S
Books
TF
02:30PM
03:45PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Feminist Artists of the Diaspora: Creative Global Transformations (3) This course examines intersections of feminism, race, and post-colonialism manifest in women's creative work born of the African Diaspora. In particular, it explores how "African" women visual, music, literary, and performance artists in the United States, the English-speaking Caribbean, and Africa create formidable statements about globalism, demonstrating the power of art as a transformative personal and political tool. Meets with PERF-450 003.
(Meets with PERF 450 003)
CLOSED
005
The Lavender Screen
03.00
Connelly,R
Books
W
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
The Lavender Screen (3) This course analyzes lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender portrayals in fiction films from World War II to the end of the twentieth century. From exploitation to celebration, these cinematic representations are examined and critiqued within their filmic styles and genres against the backdrop of the LGBT Civil Rights Movement
CLOSED
006
Geograph of Gend/Dev in Africa
03.00
Books
Geographies of Gender and Development in Africa (3) Offered in Nairobi, Kenya through the AU Abroad program, this course investigates a number of competing conceptions of development within the African context from a gendered perspective. The underlying political, economic, social, and gender dynamics that make development a continuing global problem are explored by looking at issues such as health and reproductive rights, livelihoods and land rights, human security, and political participation. It examines women's contributions to, challenges to, and revisions of the terms of key conceptual and political debates in development.
CLOSED
007
Spain: Long Walk to Equality
03.00
Books
The Long Walk to Equality: Moving towards Change in Spain (3) A comprehensive course which investigates gender identity, equality, and feminism in Spain. The course informs students about the role of women in Spain and approaches the subject from both a historical and contemporary point of view. Students are introduced to both political and social movements taking place in modern day Spain that affect the role of women in society. Other key points addressed include the historic role of Spanish women under Francisco Franco and through the transition to democracy, domestic violence, and women in the media. Offered through the AU Abroad program in Madrid, Spain.
CLOSED
008
Transgender Studies
03.00
Weis,L
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Transgender Studies (3) This course examines the range of trans experiences via the emerging lens of transgender studies. Interdisciplinary course readings, from a range of fields such as history, sociology, health, anthropology, and statistics inform an investigation of gender identities, contemporary social and political debates, and current and future implications of ongoing trans activism.
OPEN
009
Beyonce: Race, Gend, Sexuality
03.00
Lane,C
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Beyonce: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in U.S. Pop Culture (3) Since 1990, singer and performer Beyonce has worked to cultivate an iconic status within the American popular imagination. This course uses Beyonce and her body of work--music, lyrics, images, and video--as a set of texts, challenging students to critically engage with issues that these texts present including racial iconicity, pop feminism, black feminism, and representations of black womanhood. Students learn and apply key theories in cultural studies related to race, gender, and sexuality as well as their intersections. Further, students examine black women's representations since the early twentieth century, placing Beyonce within a broader frame of American popular culture and its expectations of black women. Meets with AMST-330 003.
(Meets with AMST 330 003)
WAIT-4
011
Beyonce: Race, Gend, Sexuality
03.00
Lane,C
Books
W
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Beyonce: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in U.S. Pop Culture (3) Since 1990, singer and performer Beyonce has worked to cultivate an iconic status within the American popular imagination. This course uses Beyonce and her body of work--music, lyrics, images, and video--as a set of texts, challenging students to critically engage with issues that these texts present including racial iconicity, pop feminism, black feminism, and representations of black womanhood. Students learn and apply key theories in cultural studies related to race, gender, and sexuality as well as their intersections. Further, students examine black women's representations since the early twentieth century, placing Beyonce within a broader frame of American popular culture and its expectations of black women. Meets with AMST-330 005.
(Meets with AMST 330 005)
OPEN
012
Geograph of Gend/Dev in Africa
03.00
Books
Geographies of Gender and Development in Africa (3) Offered in Nairobi, Kenya through the AU Abroad program, this course investigates a number of competing conceptions of development within the African context from a gendered perspective. The underlying political, economic, social, and gender dynamics that make development a continuing global problem are explored by looking at issues such as health and reproductive rights, livelihoods and land rights, human security, and political participation. It examines women's contributions to, challenges to, and revisions of the terms of key conceptual and political debates in development.
OPEN
013
Spain: Long Walk to Equality
03.00
Books
The Long Walk to Equality: Moving towards Change in Spain (3) A comprehensive course which investigates gender identity, equality, and feminism in Spain. The course informs students about the role of women in Spain and approaches the subject from both a historical and contemporary point of view. Students are introduced to both political and social movements taking place in modern day Spain that affect the role of women in society. Other key points addressed include the historic role of Spanish women under Francisco Franco and through the transition to democracy, domestic violence, and women in the media. Offered through the AU Abroad program in Madrid, Spain.
CLOSED
014
Transgender Studies
03.00
Weis,L
Books
M
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Transgender Studies (3) This course examines the range of trans experiences via the emerging lens of transgender studies. Interdisciplinary course readings, from a range of fields such as history, sociology, health, anthropology, and statistics inform an investigation of gender identities, contemporary social and political debates, and current and future implications of ongoing trans activism.
WGSS-400
Feminist, Gender, Sexulty Thry
Prerequisite: WGSS-125 and one other WGSS course.
OPEN
001
03.00
Okopny,C
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
(Meets with WGSS 600 001)
OPEN
002
03.00
Okopny,C
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
(Meets with WGSS 600 002)
WGSS-491
Internship
Prerequisite: WGSS-125. Permission: instructor and program director.
OPEN
001
03.00
Weis,L
Books
OPEN
002
03.00
Weis,L
Books
WGSS-496
Selected Topics:Non-recurring
WAIT-1
001
Gender, Violence & Inequality
03.00
Irvine,M
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Gender, Violence and Inequality (3) This course investigates links between gender, inequality, and violence for students who want a challenging, in-depth, interdisciplinary examination of how social inequalities work to produce and sustain gender-based violence. Readings and discussions explore how power, inequality, and politics shape our perception, production, and enforcement of ideas about "normal" and "natural" gender roles; the unique dynamics of gender-based violence within diverse communities; and how intersectional oppressions, based upon structural inequalities and biases such as sexism, racism, classism, and heterosexism, impact individuals and communities in different ways. Meets with WGSS-696 001.
(Meets with WGSS 696 001)
CLOSED
003
Feminist Thought and Comics
01.00
De Saint Felix,C
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
01/26/17
02/23/17
Feminist Thought and Comics (1) Traditional comic books have long been playgrounds of masculinity, escapist realms for male fantasy. This course explores the ways in which feminist thinkers have used the excesses of the comics medium to caricature and challenge the pitfalls of patriarchy and the promises of feminism.
WAIT-2
004
Reproductive Health & Justice
01.00
Rogers,J
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
02/23/17
02/23/17
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/25/17
02/25/17
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
02/28/17
02/28/17
Reproductive Health and Justice (1) This course, taught by an expert public health practitioner, explores central issues in reproductive health practice and policy. Course assignments and discussions examine broader structural contexts including racism, poverty, and sexism, that contribute to national debates about reproductive justice. Meets with WGSS-696 004.
(Meets with WGSS 696 004)
OPEN
005
Sexuality in Victorian Lit
03.00
Friedman,D
Books
MTH
02:30PM
03:45PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Sexuality in Victorian Literature (3) The Victorians have a reputation for being prudish and repressed, but the nineteenth century was pivotal for the development of modern understandings of sexuality. This course examines the inverts, perverts, imperialists, and new women who populated the Victorian imagination to understand how literature contributed to the creation of new identity categories. Meets with LIT-481 002 LIT-681 002 WGSS-696 005.
(Meets with LIT 481 002 LIT 681 002 WGSS 696 005)
WGSS-498
Senior Honors Project
Prerequisite: WGSS-500.
OPEN
001
03.00
Weis,L
Books
WGSS-600
Feminist, Gender, Sexulty Thry
OPEN
001
03.00
Okopny,C
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
(Meets with WGSS 400 001)
CLOSED
002
03.00
Okopny,C
Books
T
05:30PM
08:00PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
(Meets with WGSS 400 002)
WGSS-691
Internship
Permission: instructor and program director.
OPEN
002
03.00
Weis,L
Books
WGSS-696
Selected Topics:Non-recurring
OPEN
001
Gender, Violence & Inequality
03.00
Irvine,M
Books
Instructional Method: Online. Gender, Violence and Inequality (3) This course investigates links between gender, inequality, and violence for students who want a challenging, in-depth, interdisciplinary examination of how social inequalities work to produce and sustain gender-based violence. Readings and discussions explore how power, inequality, and politics shape our perception, production, and enforcement of ideas about "normal" and "natural" gender roles; the unique dynamics of gender-based violence within diverse communities; and how intersectional oppressions, based upon structural inequalities and biases such as sexism, racism, classism, and heterosexism, impact individuals and communities in different ways. Meets with WGSS-496 001.
(Meets with WGSS 496 001)
WAIT-1
004
Reproductive Health & Justice
01.00
Rogers,J
Books
TH
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
02/23/17
02/23/17
S
09:30AM
05:00PM
TBA
TBA
02/25/17
02/25/17
T
08:20PM
10:50PM
TBA
TBA
02/28/17
02/28/17
Reproductive Health and Justice (1) This course, taught by an expert public health practitioner, explores central issues in reproductive health practice and policy. Course assignments and discussions examine broader structural contexts including racism, poverty, and sexism, that contribute to national debates about reproductive justice. Meets with WGSS-496 004.
(Meets with WGSS 496 004)
OPEN
005
Sexuality in Victorian Lit
03.00
Friedman,D
Books
MTH
02:30PM
03:45PM
TBA
TBA
01/17/17
05/09/17
Sexuality in Victorian Literature (3) The Victorians have a reputation for being prudish and repressed, but the nineteenth century was pivotal for the development of modern understandings of sexuality. This course examines the inverts, perverts, imperialists, and new women who populated the Victorian imagination to understand how literature contributed to the creation of new identity categories. Meets with LIT-481 002 LIT-681 002 WGSS-496 005.
(Meets with LIT 481 002 LIT 681 002 WGSS 496 005)