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Women & Gender Studies

Spring 2022 Classes

 

Minor Electives*

*Most of the time, the minor advisor will need to submit a substitution form for these electives to count toward your minor, so make sure you email Dr. Hunt when you've registered for your classes.

Art

ART 2000: Art History Survey I

Dr. Kelly Bevin Butler, TR 9:30-10:45 BFA 374

English

ENGL 4340-001: Topics in American Lit: 21st Century War Literature

Dr. Brian Williams, TR 12:00-1:15, HEND 216A
This class will consider either ideas of masculinity as tied to war, the way gender works in combat zones or at home, and also the relationship between power-based violence and war.
Prerequisite: ENGL 2130, ENGL 2235, or ENG2330. Waived for ENGL majors.

ENGL 4340-002: Topics in American Lit: Queer, Crossed, Quixotic

Dr. Helen Hunt, TR 9:30-10:45, BELL 266
Read about queer sexuality and gender nonconforming characters in early American fiction plus foundational texts in gender and sexuality studies.
Prerequisite: ENGL 2130, ENGL 2235, or ENG2330. Waived for ENGL majors.

ENGL 4720: Continental Literature

Dr. Ted Pelton, MW 2:30-3:45 HEND 108
This class will focus on fiction by European writers from a variety of nations, with a mixture of short stories and novels, and including a memoir of life in occupied France in World War II.
Prerequisite: ENGL 2130, ENGL 2235, or ENG2330. Waived for ENGL majors.

History

HIST 4353: Gender Studies: Masculinity

Dr. Paula Hinton, R 6:00-8:50 pm, HEND 108
Prerequisites: None

HIST 4380: Black Women in US History

Dr. Krystal Akehinmi, TR 9:30-10:45, HEND 114
Prerequisites: None

HIST 4441: Native American Studies: American Indian Law

Dr. Troy Smith, MWF 12:00-12:50, HEND 114
Prerequisites: None

Sociology and Political Science

SOC/CJ 3620: Victimology

Dr. Michelle Estes, MWF 11:00-11:50, DAN 205
This course is designed to provide an in-depth analysis of victims of crime. Our course is divided into three main sections: Foundations of Victimology, Crime and its Impact, and Response to victims.
Prerequisite: SOC 1010 or CJ 2660.

SOC/CJ 4540: Women and Crime

Nicole Cook: TR 8:00-9:15 am, DAN 204
Prerequisite: SOC 1010