January and Spring 2008 Courses

As an interdisciplinary program, Women's and Gender Studies draws upon courses from several academic departments. Below are courses that will be offered during the January and Spring 2008 terms that may be counted toward a minor in Women's and Gender Studies:

January 2008

BIOL 350: Women and Science (3 credits)
ENGL 235: Fury of the Northmen (3 credits)
HIST 251: The Sixties (3 credits)
INTR 310: CIS - A Cultural and Ethnic Mosaic (4 credits)

Spring 2008

ENGL 231: Romanticism and Realism (3 credits)
ENGL 382: African-American Women's Fiction (4 credits)
HIST 161: Pre-Modern Roots of Cultural Diversity (3 credits)
HIST 164: Race and Identity (3 credits)
HIST 210: Early Modern Europe (3 credits)
HIST 242: Women in American History (3 credits)
HIST 251: The Civil Rights Movement (3 credits)
HIST 283: Western Medicine Since 1500 (3 credits)
INTR 310: CIS - Unruly Women (4 credits)
INTR 360: TSWS - Queer Theory (1 credit)
INTR 360: TSWS - Women and Medicine (1 credit)
MUSI 280: Music of the World's Cultures (3 credits)
NURS 257: Women's Reproductive Health (5 credits)
POSC 248: Middle Eastern Politics (3 credits)
POSC 288: African Politics (3 credits)
SPAN 329: Nacionalismo y Sexualidad (3 credits)