Courses

Upcoming Courses

Spring 2015

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Fall 2014

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Current Courses

Spring 2014
Course# Course Title Professor Category
AMS235/ANT235 Anthropology of American Culture Gibel Mevorach B
AMS395/ANT395 The Cultural Politics of Fashion Gibel Mevorach D
ANT227 Mothers and Infants Bentley-Condit B
ANT295 From Cradle to Grave: Aging Across Cultures Tapias D
ART232 Art Since 1945 Anger C
ART295 Gender, Race and Fashion in Western Portraiture Lyons C
EDU215 Reading and Writing Youth Cultures Ketter D
ENG274 Sex, Gender, and Critical Theory Geller A
ENG329 Critical Perspectives in Black Women's Literature Benjamin C
ENG360 Seminar in Postcolonial Literature Kapila C
ENG390 Literary Theory Andrews C
FRN342 Orientalism Revisited Ireland B
GWS111 Introduction to GWSS Johnson Intro
GWS111 Introduction to GWSS Gill Intro
GWS111 Introduction to GWSS McKee Intro
GWS395 Feminist & Queer Disability Studies Gill D
GWS495 Senior Seminar: Chicana Feminist Thought Johnson Seminar
HIS214 American Civil War & Reconstruction Purcell D
HIS222 The History of Women in the U.S. Lewis D
HIS322 Sex & Sexuality in American History Lewis A
GLS251/HUM251 Children's & Young Adult Literature Greene C
HUM365 Domestic Cinema: Feminist Film Theory & Practice Geller C
LAS221 Intro to U.S. Latin@ Studies Nasser B
PHI264/POL264 Political Theory II Meehan D
POL219 Constitutional Law & Politics Hamlin D
POL319 Advanced Seminar in Constitutional Law Hamlin D
SOC240 Social Movements Scott D
SOC248 Self and Society Hunter D
SOC260 Human Sexuality in the U.S. Erickson A
SOC350 NGOs: Organizing To Do Good C. Hunter D
SOC395 Sociology of Culture Devine-Eller D
SPN379 U.S. Latin@ Identities & Sexualities Nasser A

 

Past Courses

Fall 2013
Course# Course Title Professor Category
ANT200 Cultural Politics of Hybridity Gibel Mevorach B
ANT285 Anthropology, Violence, and Human Rights French B
ANT325 Biological Basis of Human Society Bentley-Condit A
ART231 Modern Art in Europe, 1900-1940 Anger C
BIO240 Animal Behavior J. Brown A
CHI295/EAS295 Some Chinese Food for Thought Feng B
ENG225 Intro to Postcolonial Literature Kapila C
ENG228 American Literary Traditions Andrews C
ENG325 Studies in Ethnic American Literatures Phan C
ENG332 The Victorians Simpson C
GWS111 Introduction to GWSS Gill Intro
GWS249 Theory and Methodology in GWSS Johnson Theory
GWS295 Gender, Race, and Science Gill D
GWS395 Racialized Masculinities in the United States McKee B
HIS212 Democracy in America: 1789-1848 Purcell D
HIS222 The History of Women in the U.S. Lewis D
HIS262 Modern Africa from Sahara to Zambezi Prevost B
HIS295 The History of Medicine Lewis D
HIS295 Sex, Gender, and Family in Europe, 1300-1700 Pollnitz D
HIS311 Politics in Early American Republic Purcell D
PHI268 Cultural Critique Schrift D
REL216 Modern Religious Thought Roberts D
REL228 Gods of Bollywood T. Dobe B
SOC275 Race & Ethnicity in American K. Scott B
SOC370 Political Sociology of Citizenship Cook-Martin D
SOC390 Global Feminisms Scott B
THE310 Studies in Dance Miller C
Spring 2013
Course# Title Professor Category
AMS235/ANT235 Anthropology of American Culture Gibel Mevorach B
ANT210 Illness, Healing, and Culture Tapias D
ANT225 Human Variation Bentley-Condit A
ART210 Women, Art, and History Strauber C
ART232 Art Since 1945 Anger C
ART295* Gender and Chinese Art History Li B
CSC295* Women and Computing (1-credit) Rebelsky D
EDU215 Reading and Writing Youth Cultures Ketter D
ENG323* On Saying Yes: Desire and Consent in the Eighteenth Century Shanafelt C
ENG326* Affectionate Absorption: The Case of Whitman & Dickinson Andrews C
ENG360* Seminar in Postcolonial Literature Kapila C
FRN341 Contemporary French Literature Ireland C
FRN350* Masculine/Feminine in French Literature and Film Moisan C
GWS111 Introduction to GWSS Johnson Intro
GWS111 Introduction to GWSS Sanders Intro
GWS211 Foundations of LGBTQ Studies Henry A
GWS295* Queer Cinema Khactu A
GWS324 Critical Race Feminisms Johnson B
GWS495* Senior Seminar: Where Are We Now? Henry Senior Seminar
GLS251/HUM251 Children's & Young Adult Literature Greene C
HIS214 American Civil War & Reconstruction Purcell D
HIS227 African American History Lacson D
HIS268/REL268 Islam and Gender Elfenbein B
HUM290 Film Genres Geller C
HUM295/SST295* Performing Culture in Contemporary Egypt (1-credit) Delmenico/Kamp B
HUM295* Representations of Gender in Contemporary Films from the Middle East/North Africa (1-credit) Ireland B
PHI261 Philosophy of Race and Gender McAuliffe D
SOC248 Self and Society Hunter D
SOC260 Human Sexuality in the U.S. Erickson A
SOC280 Bound by Borders: Sociology of Law & Migration Cook-Martin D
SOC350 NGOs: Organizing To Do Good Hunter D

*Denotes Variable and Special Topic Listings. You may be required to log in to PioneerWeb to view these course descriptions.

Fall 2012
Course# Title Professor Category
ANT253 Anthropology of Ethnicities Gibel Mevorach  B
ART231 Modern Art in Europe 1900-1940 Anger  C
ART295* Gender, Race, and Fashion in Western Portraiture Lyon  C
CHI230 Chinese Women Past and Present Chen  B
ENG226 Traditions of English Lit III Simpson  C
ENG227 American Literary Traditions I Andrews  C
ENG228 American Literary Traditions II Khactu  C
ENG274 Sex, Gender, and Critical Theory Geller  A
ENG327 The Romantics Simpson  C
ENG331/GWS331 Feminist Memoirs Henry  C
ENG390 Literary Theory Khactu  C
GWS111 Introduction to GWSS Henry  Intro
GWS111 Introduction to GWSS Johnson  Intro
GWS235 Feminism & Popular Culture Johnson  C
GWS249 Theory and Methodology in GWSS Johnson  Theory
GWS295* Contemporary British Feminism (1-credit short course) Aune  B
GLS233/GRM233 Topics in German Cinema: 1920 to the Present Gueneli  C
GLS251/HUM251 Children's & Young Adult Literature Herold  C
HIS222 History of Women in the U.S. Staff D
HIS314* U.S. Civil War: History & Memory Purcell  D
PHI265 Psychoanalysis and the Intersubjective Constitution of the Self Meehan  D
SOC240 Social Movements Scott  D
SOC265 Sociology of Health & Illness S. Ferguson  D
SOC275 Race & Ethnicity in America Scott  B
SOC370 Members Only: A Political Sociology of Citizenship Cook-Martin
SOC390* Advance Studies: Race, Social Class, and Gender S. Ferguson  D
THE210 Contemporary Dance Miller  C

*Denotes Variable and Special Topic Listings. You may be required to log in to PioneerWeb to view these course descriptions.

Spring 2012

ANT 210-01 Illness, Healing, and Culture — Tapias

ANT 227-01 Mothers and Infants — Bentley-Condit

ANT 325 -01 Biological Basis of Human Society — Bentley-Condit

ANT-395-01 ST: Fighting Words: Conflict, Discourse, Power — French

ART 295-03 ST: Berlin: Border & Transgression (also GRM 295) — Anger/Reynolds

EDU 101-01 Education Principles in a Pluralistic Society — Jakubiak

EDU 101-02 Education Principles in a Pluralistic Society — Staff

ENG 225-01 Intro to Postcolonial Literatures — Kapila

ENG 231-01 American Literary Traditions III — Savarese

ENG 232-01 Traditions of Ethnic American Literature — Khactu

ENG 395-02 ST: Asian Diasporic Writers In the Americas — Huang

GWS 111-01 Intro to GWSS — Henry

GWS 111-02 Intro to GWSS — Sanders

GWS 395-01 ST: Domestic Cinemas (also HUM 395) — Geller

GWS 495-01 GWSS Senior Seminar: Transgender Studies — Henry

GWS 495-02 GWSS Senior Seminar: Transgender Studies — Henry

GRM 295-03 ST: Berlin: Border & Transgression (also ART 295) — Anger/Reynolds

HIS 214-01 American Civil War & Reconstruction — Purcell

HIS 222-01 History of U.S. Women — V. Brown

HIS 227-01 African American History — Lacson

HIS 261-01 Southern Africa — Prevost

HIS 295-01 ST: Islam and Gender (also REL 295) — Elfenbein

HUM 350-01 Control of Reproduction (also SCI/SST 350) — Andrews, McClelland, Queathem

HUM 395-01 ST: Domestic Cinemas (also GWS 395) — Geller

PHI 265-01 Psychoanalysis and the Subject — Meehan

POL 319-01 Advanced Constitutional Law — Hamlin

PSY 370-01 Multicultural Psychology — Seawell

REL 216-01 Modern Religious Thought — Roberts

REL 228-01 Gods of Bollywood — T. Dobe

REL 295-01 ST: Islam and Gender (also HIS 295) — Elfenbein

SCI 350-01 Control of Reproduction (also HUM/SST 350) — Andrews, McClelland, & Queathem

SST 295-01 ST: Women Leaders in Private Sector (short course) — McQuoid & Harlan

SST 350-01 Control of Reproduction (also HUM/SCI 350) — Andrews, McClelland, &Queathem

SOC 248-01 Self and Society — Hunter

SOC 320-01 The Family — Ferguson

SOC 350-01 NGOs: Organizing To Do Good — Hunter

SPN 395-01 ST: US Latin@ Sexuality — Nasser