Courses

Courses marked with an * are new. Courses approved for WGS concentration credit can be found here. An explanation of WGS course numbers can be found here.

Spring 2020

Courses

Instructor

Time

Place

GENED 1073

Guns in the U.S.: A Love Story* 

Counts for WGS Elective and Gen Ed: Histories, Societies, Individuals

Light MW, 9-10:15am Boylston Hall, Fong Auditorium

GENED 1113

Race, Gender, and Performance

Counts for WGS Elective and Gen Ed: Aesthetics & Culture or Histories, Societies, Individuals

Bernstein MW, 12-1:15pm Emerson Hall 108

WOMGEN 91R

Engaged Scholarship: Supervised Research and Writing in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies*

Bronski TBA TBA

WOMGEN 97

Sophomore Tutorial Schlossberg TuTh, 10:30-11:45am Boylston Hall G02

WOMGEN 98S

Junior Tutorial: Research and Methods

Richardson

W, 3-5:45pm

Boylston Hall G02

WOMGEN 99B

Senior Tutorial

Schlossberg

F, 9:45-11:45am

 

TBA

WOMGEN 1204/ EMR 133

Power, Knowledge, Identity: Critical Approaches to Race and Ethnicity

Craig

TuTh, 10:30-11:45am

Boylston Hall 105

WOMGEN 1206

Sex, Gender, and Afrofuturism*

Reid-Pharr

M, 12:45-2:45pm

Sever Hall 308

WOMGEN 1210QT

Theories of Race and Sexuality

Counts for WGS Theory Foundation

Reid-Pharr

W, 12:45-2:45pm

Sever Hall 215

WOMGEN 1214

Solidarity: Transnational Women's Rights from Suffrage to NGOs*

Counts for WGS History Foundation

Mitra T, 12:45-2:45pm Boylston Hall G02

WOMGEN 1225

Leaning In, Hooking Up: Visions of Feminism and Femininity in the 21st Century

Thompson

W, 3-5:15pm

Boylston Hall, Fong Auditorium

WOMGEN 1274

Gender, Race, and Poverty in the United States

Mtshali

TuTh, 4:30-5:45pm

Robinson Hall 106
WOMGEN 1278

Interracial Intimacy: Sex, Race, and Romance in the U.S.

Mtshali M, 3:00-5:45pm Boylston Hall 103

WOMGEN 1426

The Sexual Life of Colonialism*

Mitra

M, 3-5pm

Boylston Hall G02

WOMGEN 1455

Women, Men, and Other Animals*

Chen

T, 3-5pm

Boylston Hall 104

WOMGEN 2000

Introduction to WGS: Graduate Proseminar

Jardine

T, 12-2pm

Boylston Hall G35

WOMGEN 2051

In These Times: Queer, Feminist, Experimental Methods* Chen Th, 12:45-2:45pm Robinson Hall 106

Fall 2019

Courses

Instructor

Time

Place

FRSEMR 62R

LGBT Life Stories* 

Counts for WGS credit

Schlossberg W, 3 - 5pm Boylston Hall G02
GENED 1016

Black Radicalism* 

Counts for WGS Elective and Gen Ed: Aesthetics & Culture

Reid-Pharr MW, 1:30-2:45pm Emerson Hall 101
GENED 1036

Global Feminisms* 

Counts for WGS History Foundation and Gen Ed: Histories, Societies, Individuals

Mitra MW, 10:30-11:45am Sever Hall 103
WOMGEN 99A Senior Tutorial Schlossberg F, 9:45 - 11:45am Boylston Hall G35
WOMGEN 1127

Beyond the Sound Bite: Women, Gender, and Sexuality in the Daily News

Jardine Tu, 12 - 2pm  Boylston Hall 105
WOMGEN 1210FT

Feminist Theory as Critique 

Counts for WGS Theory Foundation

Najmabadi M, 12:45 - 2:45pm Boylston Hall G07
WOMGEN 1217 Psychology of the Gendered Body Noll Th, 12 - 2:45pm Sever Hall 203
WOMGEN 1235 Gender and Language Taylor Tu, 3 - 5:45pm CGIS Knafel K050
WOMGEN 1247 I Will Survive: Women's Political Resistance through Popular Song Bronski M, 3 - 5:45pm Sever Hall 110
WOMGEN 1273 Black Masculinities Reid-Pharr Tu, 9:45 - 11:45am

Sever Hall 204

WOMGEN 1283/EMR 131 Love's Labors Found: Uncovering Histories of Emotional Labor Light Th, 9 - 11:45am Sever Hall 104
WOMGEN 1413 Friendship as a Way of Life* Najmabadi W, 12:45 - 2:45pm Boylston Hall G35