Women and Gender Studies
Women’s & Gender Studies 550 3 (crs.)
Women, Race and Class
Explores how women’s lives are shaped by the intersections of the major socially-constructed systems of differentiation and power: race, class, gender and sexual orientation. Examines how women of color have shaped feminist thought and how all of us can participate together in feminist and anti-racism work. Fulfills Ethnic Studies general education requirement. Prerequisite: Women’s and Gender Studies 201 or consent of instructor.
Women’s & Gender Studies 566 1 – 3 (crs.)
Service Learning Field Study
In this course, students will apply their Women’s Studies education in service activities in the community related to women’s issues, under the supervision of an individual at the site and a member of the faculty or academic staff. Students will volunteer for a certain number of hours per week depending upon the number of credits they will receive. Students will also write reflective papers that connect their service experiences with relevant readings. Additional work is required for graduate credit. Prerequisites: Instructor permission and 6 hours of Women’s and Gender Studies course credit. (NOTE: The general prerequisites for Independent Study/Related Readings are waived for this course.)
Women’s & Gender Studies 595 3 (crs.)
A course on a topic not normally covered in the curriculum. Each time it is offered, the topic will be announced in the timetable. May be repeated with different content.