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College/School

Department

CBMH6100

Aspects of the Female Experience in Music

2

Mannes/CoPA

Music History and Literature

JMUH4802

Jazz & Gender: Broadening the Scope

3

Jazz/CoPA

Musical History

LCST2128

Male Melancholia: Crisis Masculinity

4

Lang

Culture and Media

LCST4212

Trans | Aesthetics

4

Lang

Culture and Media

LHIS3000

Political & Social Change: 60s

4

Lang

History

LHIS3113

Gender, Race, and Citizenship

4

Lang

History

LINA2027

Art and Its Institutions: Program, Space and Structure

4

Lang

The Arts

LINA3039

Reproduction, Art & Politics: Performance and Its Afterlives

4

Lang

The Arts

LINA3047

Staging Difference: Performance & Identity

4

Lang

The Arts

LINA3048

Performances of Pleasure & Pain: The Politics of Sex and Violence in Contemporary Art

4

Lang

The Arts

LLSL3123

Freedom and Democracy in African American Literature

4

Lang

Literary Studies

LLSW3100

Feminist Avant-garde Poetics: Poetry as Experimentation

4

Lang

Literary Studies

LPHI3026

Bodies, Gender, and Domination

4

Lang

Philosophy

LPHI3049

Foucault:Sexuality,Ethics,and Politics

4

Lang

Philosophy

LPOL2125

Gender, Bodies, Power

4

Lang

Political Science

LREL2101

Queering & Decolonizing Theology

4

Lang

Religion

LREL3320

Meetings With Remarkable Mystics

4

Lang

Religion

LSCI2040

Genes, Environment & Behavior

4

Lang

Natural Sciences & Mathematics

LSOC2001

Sociological Imagination

4

Lang

Sociology

LSOC2058

Gender, Work and Worth

4

Lang

Sociology

LTHR3064

History of Queer Theater

4

Lang

The Arts

NANT3655

Labels, Categories and Names: The Anthropology of People "Out of Place"

3

Adult Bachelor’s

Social Sciences

NCST3200

Queer Theory

3

Adult Bachelor’s

Humanities

NINT5445

Gender, Civilians, Combatants: A Critical Approach to War

3

Public Engagement

International Affairs

NINT6297

Feminist Economics

3

Public Engagement

International Affairs

NPSY3846

Do you see what I see? Psychology and Appearance

3

Adult Bachelor’s

Social Sciences

NPSY3847

The Psychology of Heterosexuality

3

Adult Bachelor’s

Social Sciences

NSOC3860

Bodies, Feelings Selves

3

Adult Bachelor’s

Social Sciences

NSOS3800

Foundations of Gender Studies

3

Adult Bachelor’s

Social Sciences

NSPN3018

Spanish Women: Writers/Artists

3

Public Engagement

Foreign Languages

NWRW3556

Writing Real People: Intersectionality in Nonfiction

3

Public Engagement

Writing Program

PGHT5546

Private Parts in Public Spaces

3

Art & Design History

Art and Design History

PLFS4004

19th Century Dress & Society

3

Art & Design History

Art and Design History

PLFS4008

Fashion Unbound

3

Art & Design History

Art and Design History

PSAM2845

Photo Concepts: Identity

3

Art, Media, & Tech

Art, Media & Technology

PSCE5129

Queering Space

3

Constructed Env.

Constructed Environments

PSCE5130

Looking Beyond the Glass Ceiling

3

Constructed Env.

Constructed Environments

TDRU3709

Contemporary Women Playwrights 2

2

School of Drama/CoPA

Playwriting

UGLB3314

Global Gender and Sexuality

4

Public Engagement

Global Studies

UGLB3515

Politics of Violence: Indigenous Lands and Bodies

3

Public Engagement

Global Studies

UGLB3524

International Law and Unruly Bodies

4

Public Engagement

Global Studies

ULEC2510

Introduction to Feminist Thought & Action

0

University Liberal Arts

University Lecture Program

ULEC2935

Fit Nation? How America Became Obsessed with Fitness as the Government Abandoned It

0

University Liberal Arts

University Lecture Program

UTNS5406

Gender and its Discontents

3

University Liberal Arts

University Lecture Program