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Spring 2014

Women's Studies Courses:

WS 222 Intro to Women's Studies

Section 001
TTH 1:00pm-3:30pm
Heather Jensen

Survey of scholarship about women's lives; new historical, sociological, psychological, and literary approaches that inform our understanding of women's experience.

Other Courses:

Psych 306 Psychology of Gender

Section 002
TTH 4:00pm-6:30pm
Niwako Yamawaki

Biological and social contributions to sex role development, sexual self-concept, and complementarity of sex roles.

Summer 2014

PlSc 342/WS 390R Gender and Politics

Section 001
TTH 2:05pm-4:30pm
Jessica Preece

We will study the role of gender in citizenship, voting, public office-holding.  We will also study gendered political issues, such as abortion, domestic violence, and sexual harassment.  We will discuss these issues from both an international and American perspective.  At the end of the course, students will be able to write and speak about gender and politics in an informed, nuanced, and thoughtful way.

Psych 306 Psychology of Gender

Section 001
TTH 8:20am-10:50pm
Niwako Yamawaki

Biological and social contributions to sex role development, sexual self-concept, and complementarity of sex roles.

Soc 367 Sociology of Gender

Section 001
TTH 12:05pm-2:30pm
Catherine Jeppsen

Gender in social institutions: family, social hierarchies, economics, education, organizations, religion, and science.