Course Offerings

Spring 2019

WGSS 5366. Feminist Pedagogy

Three credits.

Overview of feminist and critical epistemologies and pedagogical tools for use in interdisciplinary classrooms in varied academic contexts.

WGSS 5390. Independent Study in Feminist Pedagogies

Three credits.

Overview of the theoretical background, relevant research and pedagogical tools for practical use in interdisciplinary WGSS classrooms.

WGSS 5395. Special Topics Seminar in Women’s Studies

Three credits. May be repeated for a total of nine credits.

Topics of current interest from a feminist perspective.

WGSS 5398. Variable Topics in Women’s Studies

Three credits. May be repeated for a total of nine credits.

With a change in topics, may be repeated for credit.

SOCI 5895. Investigation of Special Topics:  Genders and Globalizations

Three credits.

Examine the changing debates in the field of gender and globalization from how women are impacted by the global political economy to the gendered nature of multiple dimensions of globalizations to the global circuits of hegemonic and counter hegemonic discourses and movements around genders and gender justice. 

ANTH 5305. Race Gender and Science

Three Credits.

Examine the ways that race, sex, and gender have been conceptualized and studied scientifically, and evaluate how they are constructed and understood across various disciplines, including anthropology, biology, psychology, sociology, medicine, forensics, and women’s and gender studies.

LLAS 5525. Race, Immigration, and Reproduction

Three Credits.

This interdisciplinary graduate course considers intersections of race, immigration, and reproduction within the United States and in a transnational context.