Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies
Contact
Department Chair:
Carol Lasser

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 - Spring 2010

GSFS Syllabi - Spring 2010
 

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Gateway Courses

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

  • CAST 100 - Introduction to Comparative American Studies (K. Thompson)
  • CAST 202 - Visible Bodies and the Politics of Sexuality (W. Kozol)
  • CAST 251 - "Unstable" Bodies: An Introduction to Dis/ability Studies (K. Thompson)
  • SOCI 107 - Introduction to Sociology: Social Thought and Theory (F. Hasso)

Feminist Research Methodologies

Feminist Research Methodologies also counts as an elective course.

Capstone Courses

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

  • CAST 400 - Research Seminar: Expanding the Archive (W. Kozol)
  • HIST 331 - Race and Sexuality in United States History (R. Romano)
  • RELG 365 - Religion and the Body (M. Kamitsuka)
  • SOCI 406 - Gender and the State in MENA (F. Hasso)

Elective Courses

  • CAST/HIST 243 - Race, Gender, and American Social Movement (S. Lee)
  • CAST 208 - The Latinidad Question: Comparative Latin@ and Latin American Literature (C. Rivera)
  • CAST 326 - Performing Sovereignty: Reservations, Militarism, and the Politics of Native America (K. Thompson)
  • CAST 368 - Voicing Otherness Through Contemporary Film and Literature: Being Fat, Queer, and "Colored" in America (C. Rivera)
  • ENGL/SOCI 362 - Partition, War, Dislocation: Mid-Twentieth-Century South Asia and Historic Palestine (F. Hasso / A. Needham)
  • ENGL 394 - Selected Authors: Jane Austen (L. Baudot)
  • GERM 350 - Feminist Perspectives on German Cinema (S. Boos)
  • HISP 349 - Latin American Icons: Che, Evita, Frida, Pancho Villa (P. O'Connor)
  • HIST 217 - Women and Gender in Islamic Law and Arab Legal Codes (Z. Abul-Magd)
  • HIST 301 - The Politics of Gender in Medieval and Early Modern Europe (E. Wurtzel)
  • HIST 327 - Borderlands (P. Mitchell)
  • POLT 202 - American Constitutional Law (R. Kahn)
  • RELG 108 - Introduction to Religion: Women and the Western Tradition (M. Kamitsuka)
  • SOCI 215 - Contemporary Asian American Experience (R. Baldoz)
  • SOCI 264 - American Families: Comfort, Conflict, and Criticism (D. John)
  • SOCI 338 - Prostitution and Social Control: Governing Loose Women (G. Mattson)