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

Spring 2014 Syllabi

Spring 2014 Syllabi
 

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GATEWAY COURSES

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

  • CAST 100 - Intro. to Comparative American Studies; Instructor: P. Mitchell
  • CAST 211 - Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Identities; Instructor: E. Heiliger
  • CAST 340 - Queer Money Matters: The Costs of Being LGBTQI in America; Instructor: E. Heiliger 
  • SOCI 203 – Desire to be Modern: Sociology of Sexuality; Instructor: G. Mattson
  • SOCI 227 - Sociology of Gender; Instructor: J. Keller

CAPSTONE COURSES

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

  • AAST 321 - Seminar: Black Feminist Thought: A Historical Perspective; Instructor: P. Brooks
  • HIST 427 - Colloquium: Borderlands; Instructor: P. Mitchell
  • HIST 456 - The Politics of Gender in Medieval and Early Modern Europe; Instructor: E. Wurtzel
  • RELG 367 - Theologies of Abortion; Instructor: M. Kamitsuka

ELECTIVE COURSES

  • AAST 101 - Intro to the Black Experience; Instructor: C. Jackson-Smith
  • ANTH 101 - Intro to Cultural Anthropology; INSTRUCTOR: C. BIRUK ONLY
  • ANTH 227 - Medical Anthropology;. Instructor: C. Biruk
  • CAST 267 - The Nature of Sexualized Identities: Gender, Race, Queerness, and Environmental Justice; Instructor: V. Heiliger
  • ENGL 242 - Asian American Literature at the Crossroads; Instructor: H. Suarez
  • ENGL 290 - Shakespearean Comedy; Instructor: W. Hyman
  • ENGL 360 - Globalization and Diaspora; Instructor: H. Suarez
  • ENGL 388 - Selected Authors: Salman Rushdie; Instructor: A. Needham
  • HIST 227 - The History and Practice of Whiteness in the U.S.; Instructor: R. Romano  
  • HIST 334 - African Women in Comparative Perspective; Instructor: H. Ballah
  • HIST 403 - History of Indian Cinema; Instructor: S. Waheed
  • POLT 271 - Gender, Sexuality and the Law; Instructor: H. Hirsch
  • RELG 232 - Ethnography, Religion, and Gender in Southeast Asia;  Instructor: D. Birchok
  • SOCI 214 - Social Movements; Instructor: A. Howell
  • SOCI 314 - Unequal Educations; Instructor: D. John
  • SOCI 414 - Seminar in Rural Sociology: “Rednecks”, Cowboys, and Country Queers