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Course Number Course Title Semester Time Instructor
WGST 2700-100
Examines psychological research on gender and sexuality as they intersect with race, class and other social categories. Points of emphasis include differences in cognition, attitudes, personality and social behavior. Conceptual themes include research methodologies, implicit and explicit attitudes, stigma and stereotypes. These elucidate such areas as close relationships, leadership, career success and mental health and happiness. Recommended prerequisite: WGST 2000 or PSYC 1001. Same as PSYC 2700.
A 4:15-5:50 Russell
WRTG 3020-203
Through sustained inquiry into a selected topic or issue, students will practice advanced forms of academic writing. The course emphasizes analysis, criticism, and argument. Taught as a writing workshop, the course places a premium on substantive, thoughtful revision. May be repeated up to 6 total credit hours. Department enforced prereq., WRTG 1150 or equivalent (completion of lower-division writing requirement). Same as NRLN 3020. Approved for arts and sciences core curriculum: written communication. Requisites: Restricted to students with 57-180 credits (Junior or Senior) College of Arts and Sciences students only.
B 11-12:35 Colley
ANTH 3180-100
Focuses on gender, that is, the making of men and women, and how gender is culturally constructed in different societies. Gender describes many areas of behavior, feelings, thoughts, and fantasies that cannot be understood as primarily biologically produced. Sexuality and sexual systems are sometimes viewed as products of particular genderizing practices, but recent theories suggest that sexual systems themselves constitute gender. Recommended prerequisite: ANTH 2100.
A 11-12:35 Seamont
WMST 3767-001
Examines a series of literary texts to consider how writers across the world have used fiction to creatively stage and reimagine gender and sexuality. Attends to the formal and narrative techniques by which these texts call attention to the fictionality--and thereby the creative malleability--of gender itself. Some cinematic and performance texts will also be included.
M 12:30-3:30 Misri

This list may not include all courses which satisfy the LGBTQ Studies requirement. Please contact us to have additional courses be considered for inclusion.