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Undergraduate Courses

Course NoTitleDepartment/College
ANTH 30653Sex, Gender, and CultureAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ANTH 30923ST: Sex, Gender and EthnicityAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ARHI 30413Women and the Visual Arts, 1500-1800College of Fine Arts
ARHI 30510ST: Fashion and Identity in the 18th CenturyCollege of Fine Arts
ARHI 60500Special Topics In Art History- Men, Women & Sexuality in BolognaCollege of Fine Arts
ARST 30933Feminist Concepts and Strategies in Studio ArtCollege of Fine Arts
ARST 40970.015Feminist Concepts and Strategies in Studio ArtCollege of Fine Arts
COMM 30263Gender and CommunicationCollege of Communication
EDEC 41113Learner-Centered Teaching: FoundationCollege of Education
EDUC 50003Diversity in American EducationCollege of Education
ENGL 10103Intro to Fiction: Gender and PovertyAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 20203Girls´ StudiesAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 20213Global Women´s LiteratureAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 20223Gender, Culture, and RepresentationAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 20623Women in Literature and Culture/Intro to Women´s WritingAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 20803Intermediate Composition: Writing Argument – Global Identity and Culture (Rima Abunasser Only)AddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30163Urban Experiences and American Literature “Cities of Difference”AddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30453The Brontës and the Brontë MythAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30473Wilde Years: Oscar Wilde and the 1890sAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30493Women Poets and Poetic TraditionAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30563American DramaAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30613Women´s Lives in Memoir and FictionAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30633Medieval and Early Modern Women WritersAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30653Jane Austen and FilmAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30663Women’s RhetoricsAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL/WRIT 30803Theories of CinemaAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30683Postcolonial LiteratureAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 30763Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Authors and Themes in LiteratureAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 40513U.S. Women’s Writings IAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 40423.035Restoration & Eighteenth Century Literature: The Cultural Production of GenderAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 40533Seminar in Toni MorrisonAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 40563U.S. Women´s Writings IIAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 40613 (30970 for Spring 2013)King Arthur in Modern Literature and CultureAddRan College of Liberal Arts
ENGL 40633Love, Sex, and Power in Renaissance EnglandAddRan College of Liberal Arts
FREN 30153Society and Gender Roles in FranceAddRan College of Liberal Arts
FREN 40123Francophone Women WritersAddRan College of Liberal Arts
FREN 40143Intersectionalities: Gender and Sexuality in the French ColoniesAddRan College of Liberal Arts
FTDM 30433American Cinema: Queer Theory/LGBT FilmCollege of Communication
FTDM 30983Women in TV & FilmCollege of Communication
HCOL 40023On Human Identity: Gender* (Spring 2014)John V. Roach Honors College
HCOL 40023Human NatureJohn V. Roach Honors College
HCOL 40043Nature of Society-GenderJohn V. Roach Honors College
HCOL 40423GlobalizationJohn V. Roach Honors College
HIST 30603History of Women in AmericaAddRan College of Liberal Arts
HIST 30633History of Women in Europe 1789 to the presentAddRan College of Liberal Arts
HIST 30723Women in the Middle EastAddRan College of Liberal Arts
HIST 30970Fact, Fiction and Film: Women in the Nineteenth CenturyAddRan College of Liberal Arts
HIST 40023Women: Western World 1500+AddRan College of Liberal Arts
HIST 40033Women & Family: 1500-1800AddRan College of Liberal Arts
HIST 40893 War and Gender in US HistoryAddRan College of Liberal Arts
HNRS 20223Language and Identity: Gender
HNRS 20233Gender and Sexuality in Literature and HistoryAddRan College of Liberal Arts
INTR 50903South Pacific Global Flow
ITAL 40623Gender in Italian CinemaAddRan College of Liberal Arts
JOUR 20003Diversity and the MediaCollege of Communication
KINE 40780ST: Women and Sport* (Spring 2010)Harris College of Nursing and Health
MANA 20970Special Problems in Management: Gender in BusinessNeeley School of Business
NURS 30503Issues in Women´s HealthHarris College of Nursing & Health
PHIL 30343/SOCI 30773Sex, Society, and EthicsAddRan College of Liberal Arts
POSC 31443Human TraffickingAddRan College of Liberal Arts
POSC 31513Women in PoliticsAddRan College of Liberal Arts
POSC 33103Feminist International Relations TheoryAddRan College of Liberal Arts
POSC 33203Political Economy of Human TraffickingAddRan College of Liberal Arts
RELI 30153How to Read the Bible: Story and Politics: Women in the Story of King DavidAddRan College of Liberal Arts
RELI 30163Women and Early ChristianityAddRan College of Liberal Arts
RELI 30473Womanist Religious ThoughtAddRan College of Liberal Arts
RELI 30843Latina Feminist Religious ThoughtAddRan College of Liberal Arts
RELI 30853Women in American ReligionAddRan College of Liberal Arts
RELI 40143Love & Sex in the Biblical WorldAddRan College of Liberal Arts
RELI 40713Women, Race, and Earth Environmental JusticeAddRan College of Liberal Arts
SOCI 30303Marriage and FamilyAddRan College of Liberal Arts
SOCI 30743Gender and Society [Men, Women, and Society]AddRan College of Liberal Arts
SOCI 30773/PHIL 30343Sex, Society, and EthicsAddRan College of Liberal Arts
SOCI 30783Sociology of the BodyAddRan College of Liberal Arts
SOCI 30863Gender Politics—International PerspectivesAddRAn College of Liberal Arts
SOWO 30693Global HealthHarris College of Nursing & Health Sciences
SOWO 40433Intimate Partner ViolenceHarris College of Nursing & Health Sciences
STCO 16103DiversityCollege of Communication
THEA 50300Problems in Theatre/Acting: The V-InitiativeCollege of Fine Arts
WRIT 30663Women’s RhetoricsAddRan College of Liberal Arts
WRIT 20303Writing Games: Gender and Sexuality in Video GamesAddRan College of Liberal Arts
WRIT 30893Digital Inclusiveness: Cultural Identity and AuthoringAddRan College of Liberal Arts