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Winter Academic Term 2002 Course Guide

 


Women Who Ruled: Gender, Power, and Representation
Winter Academic Term 2002


Theme Semester Website


Sponsored by the Program in Women's Studies in collaboration with the University of Michigan Museum of Art.

This campus-wide effort will focus on gender, sexuality, race, political power, the media, or representations of these categories.

Public Presentations: Symposia. As part of the Theme Semester a number of public symposia will be held, involving UM faculty and visiting scholars. These will serve as resources for various courses connected with the Theme Semester.

Exhibitions and Displays. There will be exhibitions and displays around campus during the Theme Semester.

Artistic and Theatrical Performances on Campus. During the Theme Semester, various cultural activities, performances, and artistic exhibits will occur. There will also be a series of films.


Theme Semester Courses for Winter Academic Term 2002 - Gender, Power, and Representation

The following cluster of courses, offered in various departments and units, have been identified by the Women's Study Program as relating to the Theme Semester. They study broadly topics in gender, sexuality, race, political power, the media, or representations of these categories.

For more information, contact the Women's Studies Program


AAPTIS 592. Seminar in Arabic, Armenian, Persian, Turkish, and Islamic Studies.
Instructor(s): Marcia Inhorn

Section 001 — Gender and Health: Ethnographic Approaches. Meets with HBEHED 655.001, Women's Studies 698.005, and Anthropology 558.001.

AMCULT 103. First Year Seminar in American Studies.
Instructor(s): Sandra R Gunning

Section 001 — Race: American Culture Dialoge Behind & Idea.

AMCULT 103. First Year Seminar in American Studies.
Instructor(s): Hannah Rosen

Section 002 — Gender, Slavery, and Freedom. Meets with Women's Studies 150.001.

AMCULT 240 / WOMENSTD 240. Introduction to Women's Studies.
Instructor(s): Sidonie A Smith

Section 001

AMCULT 301. Topics in American Culture.
Instructor(s): Emily Lawsin

Section 001 — Feminist Practice of Oral History. Meets with Women's Studies 342.001. (3 credits).

AMCULT 309. Learning through Community Practice.
Instructor(s): Emily P Lawsin

Section 001 — Asian/Pacific American Leadership Development. (3 Credits).

AMCULT 310. Topics in Ethnic Studies.
Instructor(s): Christina Jose-Kampfner

Section 001 — Women in Prison. Meets with Women's Studies 483.003.

AMCULT 401. Race and Racialization in the Americas.
Instructor(s): Maria E Cotera

Section 001 — Ethnic Modernisms: Early 20th Century.

AMCULT 420 / SPANISH 420. Latin American & Latino/a Film Studies.
Instructor(s): Catherine L Benamou

Section 001 — Cultural Encounters in the New World.

AMCULT 490 / FILMVID 451. American Film Genres.
Instructor(s): Catherine L Benamou

Section 001

AMCULT 496. Social Science Approaches to American Culture.
Instructor(s): Phillip Akutsu

Section 001 — Asian American Psychology. (4 credits). Meets with Psychology 401.003

AMCULT 496. Social Science Approaches to American Culture.
Instructor(s): Matthew J Countryman

Section 004 — AFRICAN AMERICAN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN THE 20TH CENTURY. (4 Credits). Meets with History 397.001.

AMCULT 498. Humanities Approaches to American Culture.
Instructor(s): Carol Jacobsen

Section 001 — Feminist, Queer, and Oppositional Art. (3 credits). Meets with Art 454.006 and Women's Studies 483.009.

AMCULT 510. Topics in Ethnic Studies.
Instructor(s): Maria E Cotera

Section 001 — Refugees From A World on Fire: U.S.-Third World Feminist Methodologies. Meets with Women's Studies 698.001.

AMCULT 533 / CAAS 533 / HISTORY 572. Black Civil Rights from 1900.
Instructor(s): Kevin Gaines

Section 001 — The Origins of Black Studies

AMCULT 699. Periods in American Culture: Literary.
Instructor(s): Carroll Smith-Rosenberg

Section 001 — Comparative Slavery in a Circum-Atlantic Perspective. Meets with Women's Studies 698.003, History 604.001, CAAS 558.001.

AMCULT 699. Periods in American Culture: Literary.
Instructor(s): Alan M Wald

Section 002 — Black Marxism: African American Radical Culture in the mid-20th Century. Meets with English 626.001.

AMCULT 699. Periods in American Culture: Literary.
Instructor(s): Hannah Rosen

Section 003 — Theories of Feminism. Meets with Women's Studies 530.001.

ANTHRBIO 362. Problems of Race.
Instructor(s): Charles L Brace

Section 001

ANTHRCUL 101. Introduction to Anthropology.
Instructor(s): Stuart A Kirsch

Section 001

ANTHRCUL 158. First Year Seminar in Cultural Anthropology.
Instructor(s): Lawrence A Hirschfeld

Section 001 — The Conceptual Politics of Race: Why People Think About Difference the Way They Do.

ANTHRCUL 222. The Comparative Study of Cultures.
Instructor(s): Julie A Skurski

Section 001

ANTHRCUL 298. Topics in Cultural Anthropology.
Instructor(s): Sharad Chari

Section 001 — Gender, Environment, and Poverty. Meets with RC Social Sciences 360.002.

ANTHRCUL 325. The Anthropology of Childbirth.
Instructor(s): Elisha P Renne

Section 001 — Meets with Women's Studies 253.003

ANTHRCUL 373. Articulating Gender: Women, Men, Speech.
Instructor(s): Alaina M Lemon

Section 001

ANTHRCUL 427 / CAAS 427 / WOMENSTD 427. African Women.
Instructor(s): Elisha P Renne

Section 001

ANTHRCUL 447. Culture, Racism, and Human Nature.
Instructor(s): Melvin D Williams

Section 001

ANTHRCUL 530. Oral History and Narrative Identity.
Instructor(s): Janet Carol Hart

Section 001

ANTHRCUL 553. Blurred Genres: Autobiography, Fiction & Ethnography.
Instructor(s): Ruth Behar

Section 001

ANTHRCUL 558. Current Issues in Ethnology.
Instructor(s): Marcia Inhorn

Section 001 — Gender and Health: Ethnographic Approaches. Meets with HBEHED 655.001, AAPTIS 592.001, and Women's Studies 698.005

ANTHRCUL 619 / LACS 619 / HISTORY 617. Proseminar on Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Instructor(s): Julie A Skurski, Javier C Sanjinés

Section 001 — MESTIZAJE AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN LATIN AMERICA. Meets with Spanish 855.001.

BIOLOGY 118. AIDS and Other Health Crises.
Instructor(s): Robert A Bender

Section 001

CAAS 200(105). Introduction to African Studies.
Instructor(s): Yaw Twumasi

Section 001

CAAS 394. Junior Seminar.
Instructor(s): Yaw Twumasi

Section 001 — Social and Political Changes in African Literature.

CAAS 418 / POLSCI 419. Black Americans and the Political System.
Instructor(s): Hanes Walton Jr

Section 001 — Black Am & Political System.

CAAS 427 / ANTHRCUL 427 / WOMENSTD 427. African Women.
Instructor(s): Elisha P Renne

Section 001

CAAS 458. Issues in Black World Studies.
Instructor(s): Arlene Rosemary Keizer

Section 001 — Toni Morrison as Novelist and Critic. Meets with English 482.004.

CAAS 458. Issues in Black World Studies.
Instructor(s): Martha Jones

Section 002 — 19Th CENTURY AFRICAN- AMERICAN HISTORY. Meets with History 468.002.

CAAS 458. Issues in Black World Studies.
Instructor(s): Shingairai A Feresu

Section 005 — REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH, GENDER, AND POLITICS IN AFRICA: A SOUTHERN AFRICA PERSPECTIVE.

CAAS 458. Issues in Black World Studies.
Instructor(s): Ram Mahalingham

Section 006 — Cultural Psychology of Immigrants. Meets with Psychology 401.004

CAAS 486. Communication Media in the Black World: Print Media.
Instructor(s): Catherine A Squires

Section 001 — History of the African American Press. Meets with Communication Studies 458.001.

CAAS 489 / ENGLISH 479. Topics in Afro-American Literature.
Instructor(s): Michele Simms-Burton

Section 001

CAAS 495. Senior Seminar.
Instructor(s): Martha Jones

Section 001 — Critical Race Theory. Meets with History 396.005.

CAAS 533 / AMCULT 533 / HISTORY 572. Black Civil Rights from 1900.
Instructor(s): Kevin Gaines

Section 001 — The Origins of Black Studies

CAAS 558. Seminar in Black World Studies.
Instructor(s): Carroll Smith-Rosenberg

Section 001 — Comparative Slavery in a Circum-Atlantic Perspective. Meets with History 604.001, American Culture 699.001, Women's Studies 698.003.

CLCIV 120. First-year Seminar in Classical Civilization (Humanities).
Instructor(s): Sara Forsdyke

Section 002 — The Spartan Mirage.

COMM 458. Special Topics in Media Systems.
Instructor(s): Catherine A Squires

Section 001 — History of the African American Press. Meets with Afroamerican and African Studies 486.001.

COMM 488. Special Topics in Media Effects.
Instructor(s): Kristen S Harrison

Section 003 — Media and the Body. Meets with Women's Studies 483.005.

COMPLIT 241. Topics in Comparative Literature.
Instructor(s): Sheila M Skaff

Section 002 — 20th Century Literature & Human Rights. (Honors).

COMPLIT 260. Europe and Its Others.
Instructor(s): Jennifer L Gaynor

Section 001 — Colonial SE Asia Through the Novel.

COMPLIT 761. Seminar in Literature and the Other Arts.
Instructor(s): Joel D Howell, Paul N Edwards, Alina M Clej

Section 001 — Fin-de-Siècle Representations of Women.

CZECH 484. Modern Czech Literature.
Instructor(s): Jonathan H Bolton

Section 001

ENGLISH 124. College Writing: Writing and Literature.
Instructor(s): John Whittier-Ferguson

Section 023 — Making and Unmaking the Modern Self.

ENGLISH 124. College Writing: Writing and Literature.
Instructor(s): Joyce A Meier

Section 031 — American Ethnic Autobiography

ENGLISH 315 / WOMENSTD 315. Women and Literature.
Instructor(s): Ilana Blumberg

Section 001 — Women and Novels.

ENGLISH 315 / WOMENSTD 315. Women and Literature.
Instructor(s): Anne C Herrmann

Section 002 — Women and Space.

ENGLISH 315 / WOMENSTD 315. Women and Literature.
Instructor(s): Johanna H Prins

Section 003 — Women Poets & Feminist Critics.

ENGLISH 317. Literature and Culture.
Instructor(s): Sidonie A Smith

Section 002 — Women, Autobiography, and the Medical Body. Meets with Women's Studies 483.010.

ENGLISH 325. Essay Writing: The Art of Exposition.
Instructor(s): Joyce Meier

Section 003 — Writing for Life: Community Writing.

ENGLISH 325. Essay Writing: The Art of Exposition.
Instructor(s): Merla Wolk

Section 007 — A Nation of Immigrants.

ENGLISH 351. Literature in English after 1660.
Instructor(s): Tobin Anthony Siebers

Section 001 — Pictures of Modern Identity. Satisfies the Pre-1830 and American Literature requirements for English concentrators.

ENGLISH 383. Topics in Jewish Literature.
Instructor(s): George J Bornstein

Section 001 — Constructing American Jewish Literature. Satisfies the American Literature and New Traditions requirements for English concentrators.

ENGLISH 479 / CAAS 489. Topics in Afro-American Literature.
Instructor(s): Michele Simms-Burton

Section 001

ENGLISH 482. Studies in Individual Authors.
Instructor(s): Arlene Rosemary Keizer

Section 004 — Toni Morrison as Novelist and Critic. Meets with CAAS 458.001. Satisfies the American Literature and New Traditions requirements for English concentrators.

ENGLISH 497. Honors Seminar.
Instructor(s): Valerie J Traub

Section 001 — Gender and Sexuality in Shakespeare. (Honors).

ENGLISH 626. Marxism and Literature.
Instructor(s): Alan M Wald

Section 001 — Black Marxism: African American Writers from the 1930s to the 1960s. Meets with American Culture 699.002.

ENGLISH 648. Topics in the Modern Period.
Instructor(s): Martha J Vicinus

Section 001 — The Discovery of Homosexuality 1880-1930.

ENGLISH 881. Seminar: Comparative or Interdisciplinary Study.
Instructor(s): Johanna H Prins

Section 001 — Women Writers & British Aestheticism. Meets with Women's Studies 801.002.

FILMVID 451 / AMCULT 490. American Film Genres.
Instructor(s): Catherine L Benamou

Section 001 — Sound and Romance: Musical, Melodrama, Romantic Comedy.

FILMVID 461 / WOMENSTD 461. Explorations in Feminist Film Theory.
Instructor(s): Kristen Whissel

Section 001 — Feminist Film Theory.

FRENCH 235. Advanced Practice in French.
Instructor(s): Rachael A Criso

Section 001 — Contemporary Social Issues.

FRENCH 274. French and Francophone Societies and Culture.
Instructor(s): Rebecca L Graves

Section 001 — Writing Women: Gender and Artistic Production in 20th-Century France.

GERMAN 326. Intermediate German.
Instructor(s): Kevin S Amidon

Section 004 — Science, Technology, and German Culture, Past and Present.

GERMAN 493 / SOC 493. The Politics of Fascism and Right-Wing Movements.
Instructor(s): Andrei S Markovits

Section 001 — Meets with Political Science 489.002.

HISTART 251 / MEMS 251. Italian Renaissance Art, II.
Instructor(s): Megan L Holmes

Section 001

HISTART 394. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Sarah Cohen

Section 005 — 17th-Century Art and Visual Culture: Art in the Courts of Baroque Europe. Meets with Art and Design 408.001.

HISTART 666. Problems in 17th Century Art and Visual Culture.
Instructor(s): Sarah Cohen

Section 001 — Gender and Allegory in Northern European Art.

HISTORY 371 / WOMENSTD 371. Women in American History Since 1870.
Instructor(s): Rebecca J Mead

Section 001

HISTORY 375 / WOMENSTD 375. A History of Witchcraft: The 1692 Salem Trials in Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspective.
Instructor(s): Carol F Karlsen

Section 001

HISTORY 393(393). Topics in U.S. History.
Instructor(s): Kevin K Gaines

Section 001 — History of the Civil Rights Era, 1940-Present.

HISTORY 396. History Colloquium.
Instructor(s): Martha Jones

Section 005 — Critical Race Theory. Meets with CAAS 495.001

HISTORY 397. History Colloquium.
Instructor(s): Matthew J Countryman

Section 001 — AFRICAN AMERICAN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN THE 20TH CENTURY. Meets with American Culture 496.001

HISTORY 468. Topics in U.S. History.
Instructor(s): Martha Jones

Section 002 — 19Th CENTURY AFRICAN- AMERICAN HISTORY. Meets with CAAS 458.002.

HISTORY 478. Topics in Latin American History.
Instructor(s): Rebecca J Scott

Section 001 — Race and Citizenship in Comparative Perspective: The United States and Cuba, 1865-1965. Meets with Law 877.001.

HISTORY 498. Topics in History.
Instructor(s): Stewart N Gordon

Section 002 — Nonviolent Political Movements.

HISTORY 572 / CAAS 533 / AMCULT 533. Black Civil Rights from 1900.
Instructor(s): Kevin Gaines

Section 001 — The Origins of Black Studies

HISTORY 604. Comparative Studies of Select Problems in History.
Instructor(s): Carroll Smith-Rosenberg

Section 001 — Comparative Slavery in a Circum-Atlantic Perspective. Meets with Women's Studies 698.003, American Culture 699.001, CAAS 558.001.

HISTORY 617 / LACS 619 / ANTHRCUL 619. Proseminar on Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Instructor(s): Julie A Skurski, Javier C Sanjinés

Section 001 — MESTIZAJE AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN LATIN AMERICA. Meets with Spanish 855.001.

HISTORY 796. Topics in History.
Instructor(s): Paul N Edwards, Gabrielle Hecht, Joel D Howell

Section 002 — Technology as Power: Ideology, Infrastructure, and Practice. Meets with Rackham 570.001.

INSTHUM 511. Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Instructor(s): Nadine Hubbs

Section 003 — Queer World-Making in American Musical Modernism, 1934-50. (3 Credits). Meets with Women's Studies 483.008 and Music Theory 506.002.

LACS 619 / ANTHRCUL 619 / HISTORY 617. Proseminar on Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Instructor(s): Julie A Skurski, Javier C Sanjinés

Section 001 — MESTIZAJE AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN LATIN AMERICA. Meets with Spanish 855.001.

MEMS 251(MARC 251) / HISTART 251. Italian Renaissance Art, II.
Instructor(s): Megan L Holmes

Section 001

MUSICOL 436. Women and Music: Exploring Issues of Gender, Ideology, and Characterization.
Instructor(s): Naomi A André

Section 001 — Women and Music. Meets with Women's Studies 483.006.

POLSCI 419 / CAAS 418. Black Americans and the Political System.
Instructor(s): Hanes Walton Jr

Section 001 — Black Americans & the Political System.

POLSCI 489. Advanced Topics in Contemporary Political Science.
Instructor(s): Andrei S Markovits

Section 002 — The Politics of Fascism and Right-Wing Movements. (3 credits). Meets with German 493.001.

POLSCI 496. Undergraduate Seminar in American Government and Politics.
Instructor(s): Scott E Page

Section 002 — Theories of Diversity.

POLSCI 655. Proseminar in Japanese Politics.
Instructor(s): John C Campbell

Section 001 — Japan from the Viewpoint of Comparative Politics.

POLSCI 688. Selected Topics in Political Science.
Instructor(s): Ronald F Inglehart, Jenna Bednar

Section 001 — Cultural Change and Political Change.

POLSCI 688. Selected Topics in Political Science.
Instructor(s): Cara J Wong

Section 002 — American Political Development: Political & Social Identities in the U.S.

PORTUG 150. First Year Seminar in Brazilian Studies.
Instructor(s): Niedja C Fedrigo

Section 001 — Breaking Gender and Racial Barriers in Brazil. Taught in English.

PSYCH 120. First-Year Seminar in Psychology as a Social Science.
Instructor(s): Charles F Behling

Section 001 — I, Too, Sing America: A Psychology of Race and Racism.

PSYCH 401. Special Problems in Psychology as a Social Science.
Instructor(s): Phillip Akutsu

Section 003 — Asian American Psychology. (3 credits). Meets with American Culture 496.001.

PSYCH 401. Special Problems in Psychology as a Social Science.
Instructor(s): Ram Mahalingham

Section 004 — Cultural Psychology of Immigrants. (3 Credits). Meets with CAAS 458.006.

PSYCH 405. Field Practicum.
Instructor(s): Abigail J Stewart

Section 002 — Mentoring, Gender, and Technology. Meets with Women's Studies 483.007.

PSYCH 411 / WOMENSTD 419. Gender and Group Process in a Multicultural Context.
Instructor(s): Orli Aviyonah

PSYCH 498. Gender and the Individual.
Instructor(s): Sharon E Gold-Steinberg, Rachel M Russell

Section 001 — Transmission and Function of Sex/Gender Systems. Meets with Women's Studies 341.001.

PSYCH 808. Special Seminar.
Instructor(s): Myer

Section 006 — Topic? credits?

RCHUMS 357. What Television Means: Research, Analysis, and Interpretation.
Instructor(s): Barbra Smith Morris

Section 001

RCNSCI 260. Science and Societal Issues: The Immune System.
Instructor(s): Bruce H B Struminger

Section 001 — From Shamens to Cyborgs: Socio-Cultural Studies of Health, Illness, and the Biomedical Sciences.

RCSSCI 360. Social Science Junior Seminar.
Instructor(s): Sharad Chari

Section 002 — Gender, Environment, and Poverty. Meets with Anthropology 298.001.

RCSSCI 381. Unteaching Racism.
Instructor(s): Helen Fox

Section 001

REES 405. Topics in Russian and East European Studies.
Instructor(s): Michele R Rivkin-Fish

Section 001 — Gender and Health Under Post-Socialism. (3 credits). Meets with Women's Studies 483.001.

SOC 105. First Year Seminar in Sociology.
Instructor(s): Sheila Marie Bluhm

Section 001 — Sociology of Women's Health.

SOC 447 / WOMENSTD 447. Sociology of Gender.
Instructor(s): Elizabeth Rudd

Section 001

SOC 493 / GERMAN 493. The Politics of Fascism and Right-Wing Movements.
Instructor(s): Andrei S Markovits

Section 001 — Meets with Political Science 489.002.

SOC 595. Special Courses.
Instructor(s): Monica Prasad

Section 001 — The Civil Rights Movement.

SOC 649. Family: Gender and the State.
Instructor(s): Julia Potter Adams

Section 001

SPANISH 420 / AMCULT 420. Latin American & Latino/a Film Studies.
Instructor(s): Catherine L Benamou

Section 001 — Cultural Encounters in the New World.

SPANISH 432. Gender, Writing, and Culture.
Instructor(s): Diane E Marting

Section 001 — Contemporary Latin America.

SPANISH 855. Special Topics Seminar.
Instructor(s): Javier C Sanjinés, Julie Skurski

Section 001 — MESTIZAJE AND NATIONAL IDENTITY IN LATIN AMERICA. Meets with LACS 619.001.

THEORY 506. Special Studies.
Instructor(s): Nadine Hubbs

Section 002 — Queer World-Making in American Musical Modernism, 1934-50. Meets with Institute for the Humanities 511.003 and Women's Studies 483.008.

THTREMUS 332. Performing Gender: Drama from Oral Sources.
Instructor(s): Glenda Dickerson

Section 001

UC 151. First-Year Social Science Seminar.
Instructor(s): Terence Joiner, George Myers

Section 005 — Health Care, Privilege, Community

WOMENSTD 100. Women's Issues.

Section 001 — Mass meeting on Wednesday, January 12.

WOMENSTD 111. Women in Popular Culture.
Instructor(s): Carla E Stokes

Section 001 — Representations of Women in Hip Hop. Meets March 6-April 17. (Drop/Add deadline=March 12).

WOMENSTD 111. Women in Popular Culture.

Section 002 — Eating Issues, Body Image, and Society. Seven Week mini-course meets Jan 7- Feb 18. (Drop/Add deadline=January 27).

WOMENSTD 112. Issues for Women of Color.
Instructor(s): Elizabeth Summerson

Section 001 — The Welfare Queen and "The End of a Welfare As We Know it." Seven-week minicourse starts 1/7/01 thru to 2/18/01. (Drop/Add deadline=January 27).

WOMENSTD 150. Humanities Seminars on Women and Gender.
Instructor(s): Hannah Rosen

Section 001 — Gender, Slavery, and Freedom. Meets with American Culture 103.002.

WOMENSTD 151. Social Science Seminars on Women and Gender.
Instructor(s): Wang Zheng

Section 001 — Feminism, Gender, and Chinese Modernity.

WOMENSTD 220 / NURS 220. Perspectives in Women's Health.
Instructor(s): Lisa Kane Low

Section 001

WOMENSTD 240 / AMCULT 240. Introduction to Women's Studies.
Instructor(s): Sidonie A Smith

Section 001

WOMENSTD 245. Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies.

Section 001

WOMENSTD 253. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Melanie A Boyd

Section 001 — Cultural Narratives of Violence Against Women: Theorizing Representations and Interventions.

WOMENSTD 253. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Julie A Eastin

Section 002 — Understanding the Dynamics of Family Violence: A Clinical and Theoretical Integration of Feminism and Psychotherapy.

WOMENSTD 253. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Elisha P Renne

Section 003 — The Anthropology of Childbirth. Meets with Anthropology 325.001.

WOMENSTD 270. Women and the Law.

WOMENSTD 315 / ENGLISH 315. Women and Literature.
Instructor(s): Blumberg

Section 001 — Lesbian Fictions.

WOMENSTD 315 / ENGLISH 315. Women and Literature.
Instructor(s): Anne C Herrmann

Section 002 — Women and Space.

WOMENSTD 315 / ENGLISH 315. Women and Literature.
Instructor(s): Johanna H Prins

Section 003 — Women Poets & Feminist Critics.

WOMENSTD 341. Gender and the Individual: Transmission and Function of Sex/Gender Systems.
Instructor(s): Sharon E Gold-Steinberg, Rachel M Russell

Section 001 — Meets with Psychology 498.001.

WOMENSTD 342. Gender and Society: Hierarchies in Social Organization.
Instructor(s): Emily Lawsin

Section 001 — Feminist Practice of Oral History. Meets with American Culture 301.001.

WOMENSTD 346. African-American Women in Context.
Instructor(s): Elizabeth Ruth Cole

Section 001 — Satisfies the interdisciplinary requirement for the Women's Studies Concentration.

WOMENSTD 351. Women and the Community II.
Instructor(s): Donna S Ainsworth

Section 001

WOMENSTD 371 / HISTORY 371. Women in American History Since 1870.
Instructor(s): Rebecca J Mead

Section 001

WOMENSTD 375 / HISTORY 375. A History of Witchcraft: The 1692 Salem Trials in Historical and Cross-Cultural Perspective.
Instructor(s): Carol F Karlsen

Section 001

WOMENSTD 400. Women's Reproductive Health.
Instructor(s): Timothy R B Johnson, Carolyn M Sampselle

Sections 002, 003, 004, 005 ONLY satisfy the Upper-Level Writing Requirement.

WOMENSTD 419 / PSYCH 411. Gender and Group Process in a Multicultural Context.
Instructor(s): Orli Aviyonah

WOMENSTD 420. Group Facilitation in Women's Studies.
Instructor(s): Jane A Hassinger, Gabrielle Dawn Lawhon

Section 001

WOMENSTD 427 / ANTHRCUL 427 / WOMENSTD 427. African Women.
Instructor(s): Elisha P Renne

Section 001

WOMENSTD 441. Honors Research Tutorial.

Section 001

WOMENSTD 447 / SOC 447. Sociology of Gender.
Instructor(s): Elizabeth Rudd

Section 001

WOMENSTD 461 / FILMVID 461. Explorations in Feminist Film Theory.
Instructor(s): Kristen Whissel

Section 001 — Feminist Film Theory.

WOMENSTD 481. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Reid

Section 001 — Honors Student Seminar. (Drop/Add deadline=January 27).

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Laurie A Morgan, Lisa Kane Low

Section 001 — Gender and the Health Professions.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Laurie A Morgan

Section 002 — Women and Work.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Christina Jose-Kampfner

Section 003 — Women in Prison. Meets with American Culture 310.001.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Michele R Rivkin-Fish

Section 004 — Gender and Health Under Post-Socialism. Meets with REES 405.001.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Kristen S Harrison

Section 005 — Media and the Body. Meets with Communication Studies 488.003.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Naomi A André

Section 006 — Women and Music. Meets with Music 436.001.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Abigail J Stewart

Section 007 — Mentoring, Gender, and Technology. Meets with Psychology 405.002.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Nadine Hubbs

Section 008 — Queer World-Making in American Musical Modernism, 1934-50. Meets with Institute for the Humanities 511.003 and Music Theory 506.002.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Jacobsen

Section 009 — Feminist, Queer, and Oppositional Art. Meets with Art 454.006 and American Culture 498.001.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Sidonie A Smith

Section 010 — Women, Autobiography, and the Medical Body. Meets with English 317.002.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Ram Mahalingham

Section 011 — Culture and Gender. Meets with Psychology 401.005.

WOMENSTD 483. Special Topics.
Instructor(s): Frost

Section 012 — Women and Technology. Meets with Information 513.001

WOMENSTD 530. Theories of Feminism.
Instructor(s): Hannah Rosen

Section 001 — Meets with American Culture 699.003.

WOMENSTD 601. Approaches to Feminist Scholarship in the Humanities.
Instructor(s): Anne C Herrmann

Section 001

WOMENSTD 602. Approaches to Feminist Scholarship in the Social Sciences.
Instructor(s): Jayati Lal

Section 001

WOMENSTD 603. Feminist Scholarship on Women of Color.
Instructor(s): Rosario Ceballo

Section 001

WOMENSTD 604. Approaches to Feminist Practice.
Instructor(s): Jane A Hassinger

Section 001

WOMENSTD 698. Special Seminar.
Instructor(s): Maria E Cotera

Section 001 — Refugees from a World on Fire: U.S.-Third World Feminist Methodologies. (3 credits). Meets with American Culture 510.001.

WOMENSTD 698. Special Seminar.
Instructor(s): Carroll Smith-Rosenberg

Section 003 — Comparative Slavery in a Circum-Atlantic Perspective. (3 credits). Meets with Hist 604.001, American Culture 699.001, CAAS 558.001.

WOMENSTD 698. Special Seminar.
Instructor(s): Marcia Inhorn

Section 005 — Gender and Health: Ethnographic Approaches. (3 credits). Meets with HBEHED 655.001, AAPTIS 592.001, and Anthropology 558.001.

WOMENSTD 801. Special Seminar.
Instructor(s): Abigail J Stewart, Peggy McCracken

Section 001 — Women Who Rule: Gender, Authority, and Power.

WOMENSTD 801. Special Seminar.
Instructor(s): Johanna H Prins

Section 002 — Women Writers & British Aestheticism. Meets with English 881.001



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