2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

Courses

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GN 100 Introduction to Gender and Sexuality Studies 4 cr.
  • Offered: Winter

An interdisciplinary examination of the importance of gender in human experience, with an emphasis on the historical development of feminist and gender theory, as well as the application of such theories in the humanities and social sciences.

GN 295 Special Topics in Gender and Sexuality Studies 1-4 cr.
  • Offered: Contact director for information

The formal study of content areas in gender and sexuality studies that are not regularly offered as part of the curriculum. Topic will vary depending on the instructor's area of expertise.

Notes: May be repeated if topic differs.
GN 444 Gender and Environment 4 cr.  (4-0-0)
  • Offered: Every other year, even years

This course explores gender and the environment from an intersectional perspective. Through case studies ranging from the local to the global scale, we will discuss power, politics, identities, inequalities, social movements and ecological crises. This interdisciplinary course is for environmentalists, feminists, and any student curious about the interconnections between global environmental change and gender relations.

 

Notes:

Cross-listed as GC 444.

GN 491 Internship in Gender and Sexuality Studies 1-6 cr.
  • Offered: On demand.
  • Prerequisites: GN 100, 3.0 GPA, junior standing and permission from Director of Gender and Sexuality Studies.

Professional internship experience that focuses upon gender and sexuality concerns and issues, such as in a social service agency or advocacy organization.

Notes: May be taken more than once for up to six credits.
GN 495 Special Topics in Gender and Sexuality Studies 1-4 cr.
  • Offered: Contact director for information

The formal study of content areas in gender and sexuality studies that are not regularly offered as part of the curriculum. Topic will vary depending on the instructor's area of expertise.

Notes: May be repeated if topic differs.