Fulfill General Education Requirements with WGS Courses

WGS and our affiliated faculty in other departments currently offer over a dozen courses that students can count towards both General Education requirements and the WGS concentration or secondary field. Consult our current lists of WGS courses and cross-listed courses from other departments to see which of the courses below are offered in a given year.

 

Aesthetic and Interpretive Understanding

  • Aesthetic and Interpretive 26. Race, Gender and Performance (Robin M. Bernstein)
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive 47. Forbidden Romance in Modern China (David Der-Wei Wang)
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive 52. Repression and Expression: Sexuality, Gender, and Language in Fin-de-siècle Literature and Art (Peter Burgard)*
  • Aesthetic and Interpretive 61.  The Romance: From Jane Austen to Chick Lit (Linda Schlossberg)
  • WGS 1200sh. Power to the People: Black Power, Radical Feminism, and Gay Liberation 1955-1975 (Bronski)
  • WGS 1237. LGBT Literature (Linda Schlossberg)

Culture and Belief

  • Culture and Belief 41. Gender, Islam, and Nation in the Middle East and North Africa (Afsaneh Najmabadi)*
  • Culture and Belief 61. Gender and Science: From Marie Curie to Gamergate (Sarah S. Richardson)
  • History of Science 192. The Empire Strikes Back: Science Fiction, Religion, and Society (Ahmed Ragab, Sophia Roosth)
  • WGS 1200sh. Power to the People: Black Power, Radical Feminism, and Gay Liberation 1955-1975 (Michael Bronski)
  • WGS 1237. LGBT Literature (Linda Schlossberg)

Ethical Reasoning

  • Ethical Reasoning 42. Sexual and Ethical Reasoning (Mark Jordan)

United States in the World

  • United States in the World 26. Sex and the Citizen (Caroline Light)*

 

* Counts as a course that engages substantially with Study of the Past.