An interdisciplinary introduction to community and civic engagement for students interested in preparing the groundwork for undertaking further experiential educational opportunities (e.g., Internships, Study Abroad, CSL).
This course surveys the status of masculinity and the emergence of contemporary masculinity studies within, alongside and, at times, against feminism and Women's Studies. (Not open to students with credit in WGS 460.)
Major theoretical questions through analysis of works by contemporary theorists. Prerequisite: SOC 212 or consent of the instructor. Not open to students with credit in SOC 332, 333, or 334.
Examines historical and contemporary forms of racial injustice and anti-racist strategies and practices. Prerequisite: SOC 100 or consent of Instructor.
Approaches to, and key debates about, sexuality. Topics may include: sexology; critiques of heterosexuality; political lesbianism; queer theory; transgender and intersexuality; prostitution and sex work. Note: Not open students with credit in W ST 370 or WGS 370
This course surveys the status of masculinity and the emergence of contemporary masculinity studies. Prerequisite: Any 100 or 200 level WGS or W ST course, or consent of department.