• Hartwick Women's & Gender Studies
  • Hartwick Women's & Gender Studies
  • Hartwick Women's & Gender Studies
  • Hartwick Women's & Gender Studies

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 2014-15 that may be counted toward a minor in Women's and Gender Studies:

  • ANTH 307: Sex and Gender Roles
  • ARTH 204: Women and Art
  • ART 250: Women in Photography: Beginning Photography Workshop
  • ARTH 308: Contemporary Art
  • ENGL/CLAS 221: Classical Mythology
  • ENGL 378: American Indian Literature
  • ENGL 250: The Warrior and the Poet
  • ENGL 255: Women and Fiction
  • ENGL 450: Oscar Wilde and the Queer Cultures of the '90s
  • ENGL 360: Victorian Literature
  • ENGL 382: 19th Century New England Women Writers
  • HIST 242: Women in American History
  • HIST 253: Power and Identity
  • HIST 283: Western Medicine since 1500
  • HIST 383: Disease and the Social Body
  • HIST 352: Medieval Women and Religion
  • HIST 326: Gender and Power in Latin America
  • INTR 310: Unruly Women
  • INTR 310: Issues in Contemporary Photography
  • ECON 316: Race and Gender
  • SOCI 155 Children's Lives
  • SOCI 225: Human Rights
  • SOCI 340: Social Movements
  • POSC 240: Women, Men, and Politics
  • POSC 328: Women, Politics, and Development
  • SPAN 319: Latin American Popular Culture
  • SPAN 333: 20th Century Spanish American Writers
  • SPAN 433: Topics in Gender Studies
  • SPAN 437: Topics in Hispanic Caribbean Literatures and Cultures