Identification and examination of social and cultural conflicts through the lens of gender, and comparison of such conflicts across cultures, regions, and historical periods.
Theories of feminism; historical, social and cultural perspectives of the women's movement in America, Europe, and in developing countries; men's roles in the feminist movement.
Interdisciplinary analysis of LGBTQ issues; examination of the intersections of gender and sexuality with social class, race, religion, and nationality.
Gender Studies and Health and Humanity majors only.
A combination of internships in the community and an intensive seminar on the relationship of the students in the academic community with the larger urban community of which it is a part.
Interdisciplinary examination of social, personal meanings of masculinity; variety of male experience by social class, race, sexuality, and age; emerging masculinities of the future.
Study of a selected problem, period, or theme in the study of women and men in society by integrating perspectives from cross-cultural and interdisciplinary studies.
ANTH 305: Childhood, Birth and Reproduction
ARCH 442m: Women's Spaces in History: "Hussies," "Harems," and "Housewives"
COMM 395m: Gender, Media and Communication
CTCS 412: Gender, Sexuality and Media
EALC 375: Women and Gender in China: Past and Present
FREN 445: Studies in Gender, Feminism and Sexuality
GERO 435m: Women and Aging: Psychological, Social, and Political Implications
JOUR 375: The Image of the Journalist in Popular Culture
JS 321: Gender and Judaism
POSC 380: Political Theories and Social Reform