WMST Courses: Fall 2015

Women's Studies:

WMST 205          Foundations in Women’s Studies                            TR 1:30-3:10

 

Humanities:

COJO 328           Communication of Race, Class and Gender               TR 3:25-5:00

HIST 112            History of the Modern World Since 1550                   TR 3:25-5:00

HIST 298            Women and the Family in the Americas                    TR 3:25-5:00

THEO 431            Women in the Early Church                                     MWF 8:15-9:20

THEO 431            Women in the Early Church                                     MWF 9:35-10:40

 

Social Sciences:

PSYC 205            Psychology of Women                                              MW 1:35-3:10

 

Multicultural or Ethnic Studies:

HIST 116              African American History in Global Perspective         MWF 8:15-9:20

MUSC 216            Jazz in America                                                      TR 3:25-5:00

COJO 370             Intercultural Communications                                  MW 1:35-3:10

SOCI 251              Race and Ethnicity                                                  MWF 12:15-1:20

ACTC WMST Courses: Fall 2015

Augsburg College

AIS 208                   Native American Women and Film                                     W 6:00-9:30

SOC 265                 Race, Class, and Gender                                                    MWF 1:50-3:00

WST 201                Introduction to Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies       TTH 1:50-3:30

WST 281                Popular Culture, Race, and Sexuality                                    TTH 12:00-1:40

WST 481                Popular Culture, Race, and Sexuality                                    TTH 12:00-1:40

WST 485                Senior Seminar                                                                   M 6:00-9:30

WST 490                Keystone                                                                            M 6:00-9:30

 

Hamline University

WSTD 1010          Foundations of Women’s Studies                                              TTH 2:30-4

WSTD 1500          Women and Popular Culture                                                     W 12:40-3:40

WSTD 3500          Engendering Justice                                                                 W 6-9

SOC 3330              Sociology of Gender                                                                MWF 11:30-12:30

LGST 3540            Family and Gender Issues in Law                                              T 5-6:30

BIO 1150               Biology of Women                                                                  MWF 10:20-11:20

BIO 1150               LAB: Biology of Women                                                           M 12:40-2:40

 

St. Catherine University

BIOL 1120             Biology of Women                                                                   MWF 9:35-10:40

BIOL 1120             Biology of Women Lab 1                                                           F 12:15-2:05

BIOL 1120             Biology of Women Lab 2                                                           F 2:30-4:20

COMM 1000W   Introduction to Communication: Women and Social Change             T 6:00-9:30

COMM 2050        Media, Culture, and Society                                                        TTH 3:25-5:00

COMM 3070        Gender and Rhetoric                                                                   R 6:00-9:30

COMM 3600        Leadership and the Art of Persuasion                                            T 6:00-9:30

ECON 1120           Economics of Social Issues                                                        TTH 9:55-11:35

ECON 3452           Development Economics: Examining Poverty and Inequality         T 6:00-9:30

ENGL 2290W      Women and Literature: Scarlet Letters                                          MW 2:55-4:35

ENGL 2280           Women Who Write and Live Dangerously                                    MWF 12:15-1:20

ENGL 2290W      Literary Trailblazers and Remarkable Heroines 1870-1930              TTH 9:55-11:35

ENGL 2450W      Language in Society                                                                     W 6:00-9:30

ENGL 2450W      Language in Society                                                                     MW 2:55-4:35

HIST 3250             History of Civil Liberties and Civil Rights in the U.S.                     TTH 9:55-11:35

HIST 3630             Women in Asia                                                                         T 6:00-9:30

INDI 2910             The Anatomy of Violence                                                           T 6:00-9:15 

POSC 3150           Women and Globalization                                                           TTH 1:30-3:10

PSYC 3050            Psychology of Gender                                                                 TTH 1:30-3:10

SOCI 2150             Challenging Oppressions, Civic Engagement and Change               M 6:00-9:30

SOCI 3210             Family, Identity, and Inequality                                                  TTH 9:55-11:35

WOST 2050          Foundations in Women’s Studies                                                   TTH 3:25-5:00

 

WMST Courses: Summer 2015

Social Sciences:

BIOL 106                Women, Medicine and Biology                       TWR 10:00-12:00

BIOL 106                Women, Medicine and Biology                       TWR 12:05-2:05

WMST Courses: Spring 2015

COJO 328                Comm. of Race, Class & Gender                            M 6:00-9:30

ENGL 218                Literature by Women: Critical History                      MWF 1:35-2:40

IDSC 291                 The Anatomy of Violence                                         T 6:00-9:15       

THEO 428                Women & the Old Testament                                   W 5:30-9:10

THEO 431                Women in the Early Church                                     TR 9:55-11:35

BIOL 106                 Women, Medicine and Biology                                MWF 10:55 -12:00

BIOL 106                 Women, Medicine and Biology (lab)                         R 1:30-3:30

BIOL 106                 Women, Medicine and Biology (lab)                         R 3:35-5:35

POLS 302                Women and Politics                                                 MWF 12:15-1:20

SOCI 321                 Marriages and Families                                            MWF 8:15-9:20

WMST 205               Foundations in Women's Studies                            TR 3:25-5:00

All Approved Women's Studies Courses

Letter following the course number indicates the institution offering the course:

A Augsburg College
C College of St. Catherine
H Hamline University
T University of St. Thomas

Note: Courses having a potential for duplication of material are marked with an asterisk (*). Students should consult with the director of the program to avoid duplicating courses. Credit will not be given toward the major for two courses that overlap substantially in content. Students cannot satisfy more than one distribution requirement within the program with any given course. 

Topics courses in any of these categories may be selected with the approval of the program director.

Women's Studies Courses

  • WST 201A* Introduction to Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies
  • WST 250A Global Perspectives on Gender and Sexuality
  • WST 281/481A* Topics: Girls, Culture, and Identity
  • WST 305A* Introduction to Queer Theory
  • WST 305A Environmental Theology and Ethics
  • WST 315A Margins as Center: Feminist Theory
  • WST 324A Liberationist, Feminist, Queer and Postcolonial Theologies in Latin America
  • WST 335A Contemporary Latin American Women: Texts and Voices
  • WST 341A Globalization, Social Struggles and the Environment
  • WST 352A Women, Gender, and Social Change in Latin America
  • WST 353A Political and Social Change in Namibia
  • WST 355A Cultural Conflict and Change in Latin America
  • WST 357A Mexican History, Culture and Cosmovisio
  • WST 362A Walking the Truth: Culture,Gender and Millennium Development Goals in Sub Saharan Africa
  • WST 366A Latin American Liberation Theologies
  • WST 485A Senior Seminar
  • WOST 2050C* Foundations in Women's Studies
  • WOST 2994C* Topics
  • WOST 4850C* Senior Seminar
  • WSTD 1010H* Foundations of Women's Studies
  • WSTED 1500H* Topics in Women's Studies
  • WSTD 3500H* Topics in Women's Studies: Engendering Justice
  • WSTD 3750H* Feminist Scholarship in Action: Transforming a Rape Culture-What are we going to do about it?
  • WSTD 3850H* Feminist Theory
  • WSTD 5900H* Senior Seminar
  • WMST 205T* Foundations in Women's Studies

Humanities Courses

  • ART 352A* Women and Art
  • ENL 365A* Contemporary Postcolonial Fiction
  • ENL 367A* Women and Fiction
  • ENL 385A* Lauguage and Power
  • HIS 282A* History of Women since 1848
  • HPE 316A* Human Sexuality
  • REL 441A* Feminism and Christianity
  • REL 205A* Native American Women and Film
  • ARTH 3630C* Women in Art
  • COMM 1000C* Introduction to Communication: Women and Social Change
  • COMM 2050C* Media, Culture and Society
  • COMM 3070C* Gender and Rhetoric
  • COMM 3100C* Communicating Across Cultures, Identities and Differences
  • COMM 4600C* Leadership and the Art of Persuasion
  • ENGL 2290C* Women and Literature
  • ENGL 2450C* Language in Society
  • ENGL 3400C* Language as Power
  • HIST 3460C* Women in Greece and Rome
  • HIST 3650C* Women in America to 1920
  • PHIL 2200C* Ethics
  • PHIL 3900C* Feminist Philosophy
  • PHIL 2400C* Philosophy and Women
  • THR 4994C Women in Theater
  • THEO 2994C* Women, Earth, Creator, Spirit
  • THEO 338C* Women and the Bible
  • THEO 3850C* Human Sexuality: Theological and Spiritual Explorations
  • ENG 3570H* Women and Literature
  • REL 3430H* Feminist/Womanist Theologies
  • ARTH 260T* Women in Ancient Art and Culture
  • ARTH 297T Women in the Ancient World
  • CLAS 245T* Classical Mythology
  • CLAS 397T* Topics: Gender
  • COJO 328T* Communication of Race, Class, and Gender
  • ENGL 218T* Literature by Women: Critical History
  • ENGL 341T* Literature by Women: Critical Questions
  • HIST 268T Women in the United States
  • IDSC 291T The Anatomy of Violence
  • MUSC 297T “Women’s Work” in Music
  • THEO 428T Women and the Old Testament
  • THEO 429T* Women and the Christian Tradition
  • THEO 431T Women in the Early Church

Social Science and Natural Science

  • INS 233A Women: A Cross Cultural Perspective
  • POL 359A* Topics: Gender and Globalization
  • SOC 231A* Family Systems: Cross Cultural Perspectives
  • SOC 265A* Race, Class, and Gender
  • BIOL 1120C* Biology of Women
  • ECON 1120C* Economics of Social Issues
  • IDSC 291C* Anatomy of Violence
  • PSYC 3150C* Psychology of Adulthood and Aging
  • PSYC 3050C* Psychology of Gender
  • SOCI 3210C* Family, Identity and Inequality
  • SOCI 3250C* Cultural Anthropology
  • SOCI 3450C* Women in a Transnational World
  • ANTH 1530H* Human Evolution
  • BIOL 1150H* Biology of Women
  • HIST 3800H* Topics in Gender History: Homosexuality in Britain
  • LGST 3540H* Family and Gender Issues in Law
  • LGST 3790H* Law and the Lives of Women
  • PSCI 3430H Gender Politics
  • SOC 1330H* Women, Men and Society
  • SOC 3330H Sociology of Gender
  • SOC 3370H* Families in Crisis
  • SOC 5330H* Sex and Sexuality: An American Perspective
  • BIOL 106T* Women, Medicine, and Biology
  • BLAW 352T Gender Issues and the Law
  • POLS 302T* Women and Politics
  • PSYC 205T* Psychology of Women
  • SOCI 304T Adolescence in Society
  • SOCI 321T* Marriages and Families
  • SOCI 353T* Global Perspectives on Gender
  • SOCI 354T Sex in Society

Multicultural or Ethnic Studies (for majors only)

  • INS 232A African-American Experience in America
  • INS 233A Women: A Cross Cultural Perspective
  • MUS 3350C* Women and Music
  • SOC 325C* Cultural Anthropology
  • ANTH 3330H* North American Indian History and Cultures
  • SOC 3350H* Racial and Cultural Minorities
  • ARTH 285T Arts of Africa
  • COJO 370T* Intercultural Communication
  • HIST 116T African American History in Global Perspective
  • MUSC 216T Jazz in America
  • SOCI 251T* Race and Ethnicity
  • SOCI 301T* General Anthropology