2018-2019 Pre-Approved Courses

The following courses were pre-approved for WGS concentration credit. If you would like to petition to receive concentration credit for a course that is not listed below, please submit a copy of the syllabus with a completed petition form to the Director of Undergraduate Studies.


Fall 2018

ANTHRO 1732 China Through Ethnography and Film: Problems of Science and Sex (Greenhalgh)

ANTHRO 1882 The Woman and the Body (Greenhalgh)

ANTHRO 1988 Kinship, Citizenship, and Belonging (Meiu)

DPI 376M Queer Nation: LGBTQ Protest, Politics, and Policy in the United States (McCarthy)

ECON 980X Economics of Work and Family (Goldin)

FOLKMYTH 177 Assertive Stitches: Domestic Arts and Public Conflict (Lufkin)

FRENCH 180 "The Words to Say It": Women Writing in French from Colette to Satrapi (Jardine)

GOV 1029 Feminist Political Thought (Forrester)

HDS 2035 An Integrative Approach to Bioethics, Gender and Theology (Wilson)

HDS 2044 Women and Mysticism from Medieval Europe to Modern America (Zimbalist)

HDS 2709 Queer Theologies, Queer Religions (Jordan)

HDS 3385 Marriage and Filiation in Syrian Hanafi Law Texts of the 17th and the 19th Centuries (Johansen)

HIS 4386 Domesticity, Privacy, Transparency, Performance (Friedman)

HISTSCI 186V Technology and Gender (Steingart)

MEDVLSTD 111 Sex, Love, and Marriage in the Middle Ages (Gilsdorf)

RELIGION 1009 Religion, Gender, and Politics in Transnational Perspective (Ahmed and Braude)

RELIGION 1086 Black Women and Divinity in the African Diaspora (Thomas and Frederick)

RELIGION 2546 Wo/men and Early Christian Beginnings: Revisiting In Memory of Her (Schussler Fiorenza)

SOCIOL 1112 Men, Women, and Work (Brinton)

WGH 210 Women, Gender and Health: Critical Issues in Mental Health (Gottlieb)

WGH 211 Gender and Health: Introductory Perspectives (Charlton and Caglia)


Spring 2019

AESTHINT 47 Forbidden Romance in Modern China (Wang)

AFRAMER 131Y 19th century Black Women Slave Narratives and the 21st century #MeToo Movement (Chavers)

AFRAMER 134X How Sweet is it to be Loved By You: Black Love and the Emotional Politics of Respect (Morgan and Kincaid)

AFRAMER 197X Intersectional and International Social Movements, 1920-2020 (Nagaraja)

ARMEN 163 Revolutionary Women: Contemporary Fiction of Dissent in Context  (Gulesserian)

DEV 315M Working for Change: Understanding Gender in International Development (Matuszeski)

ECON 980X Economics of Work and Family (Goldin)

EDU T312 Establishing Loving Spaces for Learning: Nurturing Gender & Sexual Identity Development in US Schools (Brion-Meisels)

ENGLISH CWWR Writing Women: Workshop (Faludi)

ENGLISH 90LG Introduction to LGBTQ Literature (Burt)

ENGLISH 110FF Medieval Fanfiction (Wilson)

ENGLISH 210Q Queer/Medieval (Wilson)

GHP 231 Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Global Perspective (Langer)

HDS 2037 Women and Lived Religion in Contemporary Life (Sun)

HDS 3041 Discovering Femininity in the Gendered Language of the Qur’an (Moballegh)

HDS 3080 Religion, Gender and Sexuality in Africa (Parsitau)

HDS 3121 Encountering Motherhood: Sacred Histories (Patton)

HIST 97N "What is Gender History?" (Clutario)

HIST-LIT 90AN God Save the Queen! Ruling Women from Rome to the Renaissance (Gilsdorf)

HIST-LIT 90DM America’s Queer Canon (Edwards)

HIST 1949 Race, Gender, and Sexuality in the Era of Permanent War (Nebolon)

JAPNLIT 162 Girl Culture, Media, and Japan (Yoda)

JAPNLIT 271 Topics in Gender and Culture in Japan: Seminar (Yoda)

MUSIC 195RS Topics in Music from 1900 – Present (Women Creators in Music) (Shreffler)

PSY 1009 Psychology of Women (Noll)

RELIGION 1447 From Saint to Witch: Female Spirituality in the European Middle Ages (Kirakosian)

SOCIOL 1140 Identity, Inequality and Social Media (Luis)

WGH 207 Advanced Topics in Women, Gender and Health (Austin and Gordon)

WGH 220 Sexuality and Public Health (Austin)