Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies
Contact
Department Chair:
Margaret Kamitsuka

Administrative Assistant:
Linda Pardee

Department Email:


Phone: (440) 775-8907
Fax: (440) 775-6698

Location:
Rice Hall 117
10 N. Professor St.
Oberlin, OH, 44074

GSFS Syllabi - Fall 2010

GSFS Syllabi - Fall 2010

Online Syllabi:

<viewable only from on-campus computers>
If you are not part of the campus community and would like to see a particular syllabus, please e-mail the faculty member with your request.

Gateway Courses

GSFS courses designated as “gateway” are also “electives.”

  • CAST 100 - Introduction to Comparative American Studies (M. Raimondo)
  • CAST 235 - Cultural Citizenships (W. Kozol)
  • CAST/AAST 240 - How to Win a Beauty Pageant (Ofori)
  • HIST/JWST 237 - Gender and Sexuality in Jewish Society, Antiquity to Modernity (S. Magnus)
  • SOCI 203 - Desire to be Modern: Sociology of Sexuality (G. Mattson)
  • RELG 263 - Roots of Religious Feminism in North America (M. Kamitsuka)

Feminist Research Methodologies

  • GSFS 305 - Feminist Research Methodologies (M. Kamitsuka)

Capstone Courses

GSFS courses designated as "capstone" are also "electives."

  • AAST 321- Black Feminist Thought (P. Brooks)
  • CAST 347 - Queer Positions (M. Raimondo)
  • CAST 407 - Seminar: Picturing War and Human Rights (W. Kozol)

Elective Courses

  • AAST 206 - History of the Caribbean to 1838 (G. Gill)
  • AAST 228 - katrina and the Black Freedom Struggle (P. Brooks)
  • AAST 347 - Culture, History,and Identity (M. Gadsby)
  • ANTH 271 - Ethnomedicine in South America (Callahan)
  • CINE/FREN 351 - Bardot, Deneuve, Moreau (G. An)
  • ENGL 290 - Shakespearean Comedy (W. Hyman)
  • ENGL 309 - The Poetry of Love and Seduction (W. Hyman)
  • ENGL 353 - American Literature 1825 - 1865 (S. Zagarell)
  • FYSP 146 - HIV/AIDS in America (M. Raimondo)
  • GSFS 200 - HIV/AIDS in Africa (P. Kibera)
  • HIST 213 - First Wave American Feminism (C. Lasser)
  • HIST 251 - US Foreign Policy (R. Romano)
  • HIST 396 - US Foreign Policy and MENA (Z. Abul-Magd)
  • HIST 457 - US Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender History (C. Koppes)
  • HIST 458 - European Sexualities (M. Dumancic)