Women's Studies ** Spring 2015 **

Women's Studies Classes (3001)

Introduction to Women's Studies (200)

Introduction to Women's Studies (200)

      MWF:  8:50-9:40; 9:55-10:45; 11:00-11:50; 12:05-12:55; 2:15-3:05

      T&TH:  9:15-10:30; 10:45-Noon; 12:15-1:30

       MW: 5:10-6:25 p.m.

      Sat: 10:45a.m.-1:15p.m.

Special Topics Course (485): History of American Sexuality

     T&TH 3:15-4:30

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Theory Requirement for Women's Studies can be fulfilled Spring semester with:

3600:455 Philosophy of Feminism     10:45-12:00 TR---Dr. Priscilla Sakezles

Introduction to feminist critiques of, and alternatives to, traditional western philosophy,
including topics in ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, and religion.

 

COURSES THAT COUNT FOR WOMEN STUDIES

English

3300: 364-001   Women Writers   TTh 12:15-1:30  Dr. Philathia Bolton

3300: 489/589-001   Seminar: Toni Morrison   TTh 3:15-4:30  Dr. Philathia Bolton

Psychology

3750: 474 Psychology of Women   T&TH 2:15-3:55 4.0 credit hours  Dr. Jan Yoder

Family & Consumer Sciences

7400:201 Courtship, Marriage, & Family

7400:255 Fatherhood (on-line)

7400:265 Child Development

7400:219 Dress and Culture

7400:442 Human Sexuality*

 *Available at graduate level

History 

3400:400  Gender & Culture in China

3400:496   Special Topic: Gender in Africa