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:

Semester 1, Fall 2014

AMST 100: Perspectives in American Culture                 Judy Kutulas
BIO 275: Biology of Reproduction                                   Diane Angell
FAMST 232: Introduction to Family Studies                    Jennifer Manner
FAMST 253: Human Sexuality                                       Jennifer Manner
HIST 121: Making of Modern Russia                              Anna Kuxhausen
HIST 182: America Since World War II                           Judy Kutulas
HIST 272: Women in America                                        Judy Kutulas
MEDIA 260: Media in Contemporary Culture                   William Sonnega
NURS 386: Perinatal Health                                          Susan Huehn
PSYCH 241: Developmental Psychology                       N/A
PSYCH 390 A: Intimate Relationships                           Minda Orina
REL 209: Introduction to Feminist Theology                   David Booth
REL 393: Gender, Identity, and Theology                       David Booth
SOAN 128: Intro to Cultural Anthropology                      Carolyn Anderson, Christopher Chiappari
SOAN 261: Gender in Cross Cultural Perspective          Bruce Nordstrom-Loeb
SPAN 250: Gateway to the Spanish-Speaking World      J. O’Conner, K. Medina-Vilarino, K. Cropsey
SWRK: Social Work and Social Welfare                         Mary Carlsen

INTERIM JANUARY 2015

ENGL264: Gender and Literature                                  Rebecca Richards
ENGL 340: Sexuality, Madness and Marriage                Carol Holly
HIST 289: Topics on Gender on Africa                          Abdulai Iddrisu

SEMESTER 2 SPRING 2015

ART 277: Gender and Visual Culture                           Christopher Tradowsky
DANCE 246: Dance in the United States
ENGL 242: Children’s Literature                                   Mary Titus
FAMST 242: Family Relationships                               Jennifer Manner
HIST 182: America Since World War II                         Judy Kutulas
NORW 282: Ibsen                                                       Dean Krouk
PHIL 245: Philosophy and Feminism                            Corliss Swain
PSCI 117: Politics of Human Rights                             Kris Thalhammer
REL 209: Introduction to Feminist Theology                   David Booth
SOAN 128: Introduction to Cultural Anthropology           Susi Keefe
SOAN 246: LGBTQA Lives and Issues                         Bruce Nordstrom-Loeb
SOAN 260: Marriage and the Family                             Ryan Sheppard
SPAN 250: Gateway to the Spanish Speaking World     J. O’Conner, K Medina Vilarino, K. Cropsey
SW 221: Social Work and Social Welfare                      Mary Carlsen