WST - 2612 - Social Science Perspectives on Gender and Sexuality

Description

The social construction of gender, sexuality, race, class and other identity categories. Readings focus on individuals, families and cultural groups, mainly in the U.S. but with attention to other nations. Subjects as intimate as the body and violence and as pervasive as politics and the law are included. The course emphasizes differences in daily life experiences of health care, education, sports and religion. Finally, it examines the potential of movements for social change. (S and D) (WR)

Frequency: Intermittent

Last Offered: Fall 2019

Fulfills the following requirements:

Prerequisites: None

Fall 2019 Offerings - Best viewed on a desktop

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Class times to be announced (TBA):

Period Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri
1 - 7:25am
2 - 8:30am
3 - 9:35am
4 - 10:40am
5 - 11:45am
6 - 12:50pm
7 - 1:55pm
8 - 3:00pm
9 - 4:05pm
10 - 5:10pm
11 - 6:15pm
E1 - 7:20pm
E2 - 8:20pm
E3 - 9:20pm

Summer 2019 Offerings - Best viewed on a desktop

Online:

Class times to be announced (TBA):

Period Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri
1 - 7:25am
2 - 8:30am
3 - 9:35am
4 - 10:40am
5 - 11:45am
6 - 12:50pm
7 - 1:55pm
8 - 3:00pm
9 - 4:05pm
10 - 5:10pm
11 - 6:15pm
E1 - 7:20pm
E2 - 8:20pm
E3 - 9:20pm