Course Descriptions

The following courses are eligible for inclusion in the Women's Studies Minor:

Classical Studies | Full course descriptions

  • CLHU U260 Pandora's Children

Criminal Justice | Full course descriptions

  • CRJU C280 Domestic Violence 
  • CRJU C410 Women and Crime

English | Full course descriptions

  • ENGL A385 Women Writers
  • ENGL A410 Writing Gender
  • ENGL A461 Contemporary Women's Literature
  • ENGL A466 Southern Women Writers
  • ENGL U287 Martyrs, Minstrels, and Mystics
  • ENGL V274 Women Writers
  • ENGL V275 Black Women Novelists

History | Full course descriptions

  • HIST A260 Modern European Women’s History
  • HIST A352 Women in African History
  • HIST W240 Between Eve & Mary: Women in Medieval Europe
  • HIST W255 Medieval Sex and Gender
  • HIST X290 Women in American History

Latin American Studies | Full course descriptions

  • LAS V235 Women Writers of Spanish America

Mass Communication | Full course descriptions

  • CMMN A453 American Women Journalists
  • CMMN A455 Media and Gender

Music General | Full course descriptions

  • MUGN J204 Women in Music
  • MUGN U271 Medieval Music and Mysticism

Philosophy | Full course descriptions

  • PHIL J241 Philosophical Perspective on Woman
  • PHIL U254 Postmodernism and Feminism

Psychology | Full course descriptions

  • PSYC A327 Studies in Psychology of Women

Religious Studies | Full course descriptions

  • RELS A417 Women, Religion, Culture
  • RELS U243 Women in Christianity
  • RELS U281 Women in Religions

Sociology | Full course descriptions

  • SOCI A240 Sociology of the Family
  • SOCI A250 The Sociology of Gender
  • SOCI A255 Sociology of Sexualities
  • SOCI A260 Women in Latin America
  • SOCI A305 Social/Political Inequality
  • SOCI A321 Body, Society, Health
  • SOCI X416 Gender, Law, Social Control

Visual Arts | Full course descriptions

  • VISA A285 Cinematic Representations of Cross-Gender Performance
  • VISA J236 Women in Art

Women's Studies | Full course descriptions

  • WMST T121 Women's Studies First Year Seminar
  • WMST A100 Women, Culture, and Society

 

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