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Graduate courses

  • 8301 Gender and Sexuality: Feminist Approaches
    Interdisciplinary introduction to the major debates, theoretical terms, and research methods in feminist, gender, sexuality, and queer studies
    Offered every Fall semester
  • 8302 Gender and Pedagogy
    Feminist theories of teaching and learning; gender and diversity in the classroom; critical pedagogy
    Offered every Spring semester
  • 8303 Queer Theory
    History and development of queer theory; key intellectual antecedents, significant theorists, and current trends; how sexuality intersects with gender, race, class, nationality, ability, and religion.
  • 8304 Gender, Power, and Justice
    Theoretical, historical, and cultural analysis of power structures and politics; analysis of activist and academic responses to contemporary political questions
  • 8305 Sexual Politics: Theory and Practice
  • 8989 Independent Study.