Approved Courses

Theory and Methods Applicable to Studying Gender:

  • American Studies 100: Perspectives in American Culture
  • Art 277: Women in Art
  • English 242: Children’s Literature
  • English 264: Gender and Literature
  • English 340: Topic: Money and American Literature
  • Family Studies 242: Family Relationship
  • Family Studies 253: Human Sexuality
  • History 320: Race, Gender and Medicine
  • Philosophy 245: Philosophy and Feminism
  • Psychology 390: Intimate Relationships
  • Psychology 396: Research: Relationships
  • Psychology 396: Research: Gender and Emotions
  • Religion 209: Introduction to Feminist Theology
  • Religion 344: Feminist Christian Ethics
  • Sociology/Anthropology 235: Introduction to Islamic Feminisms
  • Sociology/Anthropology 246: Gender in Cross Cultural Perspective
  • Sociology/Anthropology 260: Marriage and the Family

Gender in Historical Contexts:

  • Dance 246: Dance in the United States
  • English 246: Women’s Literature
  • English 340: Topic: Sex, Madness and Marriage
  • English 340: Topic: Money and American Literature
  • Family Studies 253: Human Sexuality
  • History 115: Courtly Love in the Middle Ages
  • History 122: Europe and the Great War 
  • History 182: America Since World War II
  • History 189: Topic: Women in African Colonial History
  • History 238: Women in Early Modern Europe 
  • History 272: Women in America
  • History 320: Race, Gender and Medicine
  • Religion 209: Introduction to Feminist Theology
  • Religion 264: Theology and Sexuality 
  • Sociology/Anthropology 246: GLBT Lives and Issues

Gender in Global, Comparative, or Diverse Contexts:

  • French 372: Topic: Women and Identity in Literature of the Maghreb
  • History 121: Making Modern Russia
  • History 189: Topic: Women in African Colonial History
  • History 191: Modern Europe (when given approval by director of women’s and gender studies)
  • History 224: Modern Germany
  • History 231: 20th-Century Russia
  • History 237: Women in Medieval Europe
  • History 238: Women in Early Modern Europe
  • History 239: Women and Gender in Modern Europe
  • History 320: Nation and Empire in Russian History
  • Philosophy 245: Philosophy and Feminism
  • Psychology 223: Exploring India: Human Development in Cross Cultural Context
  • Psychology 241 A&B: Development Psychology
  • Religion 209: Introduction to Feminist Theology
  • Religion 264: Theology and Sexuality
  • Sociology/Anthropology 128: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
  • Sociology/Anthropology 235: Introduction to Islamic Feminisms
  • Sociology/Anthropology 261: Gender in Cross-Cultural Perspective
  • Spanish 250A: Gateway to the Spanish-Speaking World

Other approved courses:

  • American Conversations 202: Pursuits of Happiness
  • Biology 124: Biology of Women
  • Norwegian 282: Ibsen
  • Nursing 386: Perinatal Health
  • Psychology 350: Development in Diverse Families

Courses that might count by a petition:

  • Biology 275: Biology of Reproduction
  • English 242: Children’s Literature
  • Latin 370: Ovid’s Love Poetry
  • Media 260: Media in Contemporary Culture
  • Political Science 117: Politics of Human Rights
  • Religion 260: Religion in America
  • Social Work 221: Social Work and Social Welfare

Approved courses by academic year: 

Fall 2015-2016

Department Course Name Professor
ASIAN Human Rights/Asian Context* Tegtmeyer Pak, Katherine
AMST Perspect American Culture Titus, Mary
BIO Biology of Reproduction Angell, Alyson
FAMST Intro: Family Studies Carlsen, Mary
FAMST Human Sexuality Moore, Lisa
HIST Making Modern Russia Kuxhausen, Anna
HIST America Since 1945 Kutulas, Judy
HIST Women/Medival Europe Staff
HIST Reel America: US Hisotry in Film* Kutulas, Judy
MEDIA Media/Contemp Culture Sonnega, William
NURS Perinatal Health Huehn, Susan
PSCI Sem: Immigration/Citizenship* Tegtmeyer Pak, Katherine
PSYCH Developmental Psych Cho, Grace
PSYCH Sem: Intimate Relationship Orina, Minda
REL Intro Feminist Theology Booth, David
SOAN Intro to Cultural Anthropology Williamson, Thomas; Chaippari, Christopher
SPAN Gateaway Spanish-Speaking World Narvaez, Loen; Cropsey, Kris
SWRK Soc Work/Soc Welfare Moore, Lisa
WGST Intro Women and Gender Studies Richards, Rebecca; Kuxhausen, Anna
WGST Academic Internship Staff

Interim 2015-2016

Department Course Name Professor
ENGL Sexuality, Madness and Marriage in Late-19th and Early-20th Century American Literature Carol, Holly
PHIL Philophy and Feminism Swain, Corliss

Spring 2015-2016

Department Course Name Professor(s)
AMCON Pursuits of Happiness Willcoxon, Jeanne; Fure-Slocum, Eric
FAMST Family Relationships Staff
FAMST Human Sexuality Moore, Lisa
FAMST Sr. Sem: Families in Transition Carlsen, Mary
HIST 20th Century Russia Kuxhausen, Anna
HIST Sem: Modern European Kuxhausen, Anna
MUSIC Top: Gender in Opera Epstein, Louis
NORW Ibsen Zempel, Solveig
PSCI Politics and Human Rights* Thalhammer, Kristina
PSYCH Developmental Psych* Johnson, Anna
REL Intro Feminst Theology Booth, David
SOAN Intro to Cultural Anthropolgy* Keefe, Susi
SOAN Marriage and the Family Sheppard, Ryan
SOAN Gender/Cross-Cultural/Perspective Keefe, Susi
SWRK Soc Work/Soc Welfare Moore, Lisa
WGST Intro Women/Gender Studies Richards, Rebecca
WGST Sem: Screening Gender Kutulas, Judy
WGST Academic Internship Staff
PSCI Sem: Immigration/Citizenship* Tegtmeyer Pak, Katherine
SPAN Gateway Spanish-Speaking World* Carullo, Sylvia; Cropsey, Kris
PSCI Ambition and Leadership* Chapp, Chirstopher
AMST American Masculinties LeBlanc, Diane
DANCE Dance in the United States Klopchin, Heather

 

*Credit Awarded after Permission from the Instructor