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 2012

GSFS Syllabi - Fall 2012

Online Syllabi:

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Gateway Courses

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

  • AAST 240 - How to Win a Beauty Pageant: Race, Gender, Culture, and U.S. National Identity; A. Ofori-Mensa
  • CAST 100 - Introduction to Comparative American Studies; M. Raimondo
  • CLAS 219 - Sexuality in Ancient Greece and Rome; K. Ormand
  • FYSP 082 - Sex, Gender, and Power; K. Schreck
  • FYSP 110 - Black Women and Liberation; P. Brooks
  • FYSP 146 - HIV/AIDS in America; M. Raimondo
  • HIST 265 – American Sexualities; P. Mitchell
  • RELG 261 - Gender Theory and the Study of Religion; M. Kamitsuka
  • SOCI 203 - Desire to be Modern: Sociology of Sexuality; G. Mattson

Feminist Research Methodologies

  • GSFS 305 - Feminist Research Methodologies; A. Needham

Capstone Courses

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

  • HIST 398 – Archiving Sex: Researching America’s Sexual Past; P. Mitchell

Elective Courses

  • ENGL 309 - The Poetry of Love and Seduction in the Renaissance; W. Hyman
  • HIST 270 – Latina/o History; P. Mitchell
  • JWST 272  Love and Power in Jewish Literature and Film; A. Ofengenden
  • JWST/CMPL 375  Violence in Twentieth-Century World Literature; A. Ofengenden
  • POLT 206 - The Politics of Sexual Minority Communities; H. Hirsch
  • RELG 108 - Introduction to Religion: Women and the Western Traditions; M. Kamitsuka
  • SOCI 275 - Enacting the Law; G. Mattson