Independent Minds, Working Together

Cross-Listed Courses

Spring 2014

  • ECON 245: GENDER ECONOMICS, Barb Burnell
  • ENGL 160: MIDDLE EASTERN WOMEN'S MEMOIRS, Leah Mirakor
  • HIST 201: THE BODY IN CHINESE TRADITION, Margaret Wee-Siang Ng
  • PHED 200: WOMEN IN SPORT, Brenda Meese
  • PSCI 210: WOMEN, POWER & POLITICS, Angie Bos
  • RELS 252: ASIAN & ASIAN AMERICAN FEMINIST THEOLOGY, L. Morgan Clement
  • RELS 269: RELIGION, RACE, GENDER, AND CLASS IN AMERICA, Jeremy Rapport
  • SOCI 211: SOCIOLOGY OF SEXUALITIES, Doug Meyer
  • SOCI 215: AMERICAN MASCULINITIES, Raymond Gunn

Fall 2013

  • ANTH 225:02: GLOBAL POLITICS OF REPRODUCTION, Christa Craven
  • ANTH 225:02: GENDER IN WORLD CULTURES, Pamela Frese
  • COMM 233: MEDIATING GENDER, RACE & SEXUALITY, Ahmet Atay
  • ENGL 210: SEX AND GENDER IN THE RESTORATION AND EIGHTEENTH CENTURY LITERATURE, Bryan Alkemeyer
  • ENGL 220: "I AM NOT WHAT I AM": RACE, GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND CLASS ON SHAKESPEARE'S STAGE, Bryan Alkemeyer
  • SPAN 309: TRENDS IN SPANISH AMERICAN LITERATURE, (Spanish-American Women Writers and the Feminist Literary Tradition), Cynthia Palmer