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Spring 2016

ANTH 379: ST: Biopolitics*, Sweis

CLSC 210: History of Early Medicine*, Laskaris

CLSC 301: Greek Art and Archaeology*, Baughan

CLSC 308: Women in Greece and Rome, Damer

ENGL 203: Children's Literature*, Gruner

ENGL 239: Vampires in Literature & Film, Snaza

ENGL 299: Global Women Writers, Singh 

ENGL 369: American Culture/American Film*, Cheever

HIST 265: Gender & Sexuality in Latin American History, Meyer

MLC 350: Introduction to Linguistics*, Bonfiglio

MUSC 137: Gender, Sex, Romantic Piano, Fillerup 

RELG 255: Queers in Religion, Geaney 

RHCS 103: Introduction to Rhetorical Theory*, Mifsud

RHCS 105: Media, Culture, and Identity*, Maurantonio

RHCS 347 Advertising & Consumer Culture*, Maurantonio

SOC 221: Sociological Theory, Richards

SOC 255: Sport in Society*, Ransom

SOC 340: Medical Sociology*, Grollman 

SOC 401: Capstone Experience*, Richards

THTR 229: Going Solo: The Politics of Identity in Contemporary Solo, Herrera

THTR 319: Theatre History II, Herrera

WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, McWhorter

WGSS 201: WILL Colloquium: Gender, Race, and Activism, Blake & Ooten

WGSS 202: Feminists & Queer Theories, Mcwhorter

WGSS 301: WILL Senior Seminar, Blake

WGSS 490: Thesis Preparation, Mifsud

Fall 2015

AMST 398: ST: Disaster, Memory, and Popular Culture*, Ooten

ANTH 379: Tourism and Anthropology, French

CLSC 207: Greek Magic*, Laskaris

EDUC 340: Gender and Education*, Brown

ENGL 216: Literature, Technology, Culture*, Snaza

ENGL 230: Women and Modern Literature, Jones

ENGL 376: Modern Literary Theory. Queer, Feminist, Post Humanist Literary Theory, Snaza

ENGL 400: Women and Creativity, Jones

HIST 306: American Identities, Yellin

PHIL 314: Philosophy of Science*, McDaniel

PHIL 382: TS: Seminar in Michel Foucault*, McWhorter

RELG 253: Body/Sex in World Lit, Geaney

Spring 2015

ANTH 328: Anthoropolgy of Human Rights, French

CLSC 210: History of Medicine*, Laskaris

CLSC 302: Roman Art and Archaeology*, Lorenzo

EDUC 346: Philosophy of Education, Snaza

ENGL 299: Global Women Writers, Singh

ENGL 370: ST: Fam, Marriage 19th Century Novel, Hilliard

HIST 199: Joan of Arc and Marie Antoinette, Watts

HIST 199: Women and Gender in Muslim Societies, Yanikdag

HIST 299: Women and Gender in African History, Summers

HIST 400: Transnational U.S. South, Sackley

MLC 350: Introducation to Linguistics*, Bonfiglio

MUS 338: Music Entrepreneurship*, Cable

PLSC 361: The Politics of Social Welfare, Erkulwater

RELG 255: Queers in Religion, Geaney

RHCS 103: Introduction to Rhetorical Theory*, Mifsud

SOC 319: Gender and Sexualities, Grollman

THTR 239: Latina/os on Stage*, Herrera

WGSS 200: Introducation to Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Guillard

WGSS 201: WILL Colloquium: Gender, Race, and Activism, Blake & Ooten

WGSS 301: WILL Senior Seminar, Blake

WGSS 379: ST: Leadership in Queer Movements, Guillard

WGSS 490: Thesis Preparation, Guillard 

Fall 2014

CLSC 304: The Feminine in Greco-Roman Literature, Laskaris

HIST 199: Scottoboro Trials, Yellin

LAIS 475: Women and Writing in Latin America, Mendez de Coudriet

LDST 386:  Leadership in a Diverse Society, Hoyt

RELG 253: Body/Sex in World Religious Lit, Geaney        

RHCS 361: Rhetoric, Media + 1960, Tonn

PHIL 380: Moral Persons and Corporate Persons, McWhorter

WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Guillard

WGSS 280: Gender and Work, Ooten

WGSS 379: Gender, race, and class in childhood, Guillard

WGSS 489: Research Methods and Capstone Preparation, Guillard

Spring 2014

HIST 199: Marie Antoinette and Joan of Arc, Watts

HIST 306: American Identities, Yellin

MUS 129: Gender, Sex, and Romantic Piano, Fillerup

RHCS 295: Doing History and Theory, Mifsud

SOC 216:Social Inequalities*, Grollman

THTR 229: Going Solo: The Politics of Identity in Contempory Solo Performance, Herrera

WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Guillard

WGSS 201: WILL Colloquium, Blake/Ooten

WGSS 301: WILL Senior Seminar, Blake

WGSS 379: Gender, Race and Class in Childhood, Guillard

WGSS 490: Senior Capstone Experience, Guillard

Fall 2013

CLSC 210: History of Early Medicine*, Laskaris

EDUC 340: Gender and Education*, Brown

ENGL 299: Vampires*, Snaza

ENGL 400-01:Women and Creativity, Jones

HIST 199: Scottsboro Trials, Yellin

LDST 386 and PSYC 359: Leadership in a Diverse Society, Hoyt

RELG 255:Queers in Religion, Geaney

RELG 257: Native American Religions*, Winiarski

RHCS 361: Rhetoric, Media, and the 1960s, Tonn

SOC 319: Social Constructs of Gender and Sex*, Grollman

THTR 319: Theater History II, Holland

WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender and Sexuality, Guillard

WGSS 280: Gender and Work, Ooten

WGSS 489: Research Methods/Capstone Prep, Guillard

Spring 2013
ANTH 328: Anthropology of Human Rights, French
ENGL 299: Global Women Writers, Singh
ENGL 400-01: Verse by Contemporary Women, Hickey
ENGL 400-03: Woolf/Mansfield, Outka
HIST 199: Women and Gender in Muslim Societies, Yanikdag
HIST 199: Joan of Arc and Marie Antoinette, Watts
HIST 218: State and Society in the US since 1945*, Yellin
HIST 219: Work in the 20th Century America*, Yellin
MUS 234: Women in Opera, Fillerup
PHIL 314: Philosophy of Science*, McDaniel
RELG 253: Body/Sex in World Religious Literature, Geaney
RELG 273: Witchcraft and its Interpreters, Winiarski
RELG 375: Cults, Communes & Utopias in Early America*, Winiarski
RHCS 351: 20th Century Media History, Maurantonio
SOC 255: Sport in Society*, Ransom
THTR 321: History of Apparel*, Stegmeir
WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Guillard
WGSS 201: WILL Colloquim, Blake/Ooten        
WGSS 490: Senior Capstone Experience, McWhorter
Fall 2012

ANTH 350-01: Sex & Gender in the Middle East, Nourse

CLSC 302: Roman Art and Archaeology*, Baughan

EDUC 340: Gender and Education*, Brown

ENGL 203: Children's Literature, Gruner

IS 350-02 or RELG 350:The Dao of Sex, Geaney

LAIS 452: Spanish-American Poetic Texts, Mendez de Coudriet

LDST 386 or PSYC 359: Leadership in a Diverse Society, Hoyt

MLC 210: Women, Virture & Temptation in Lit, Radi

PLSC 361: The Politics of Social Welfare, Erkulwater

RELG 347: Women in Early Christianity, Cobb

RHCS 355, Rhetoric, Media & US Feminism 1830-1980, Tonn

RHCS 412-04 or THTR 312-01: Lady Gaga, Moore

WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender & Sexuality, Guillard

WGSS 280: Women and Work, Ooten

WGSS 379-01: Gender & Popular Culture, Ooten

WGSS 489: Research Methods and Capstone Preparation, McWhorter

WGSS 490: Senior Capstone Experience

Spring 2012

ANTH 328: Anthropology of Human Rights, French     

CLSC 210: History of Early Medicine*, Laskaris

ENGL 230: Women in Modern Literature, Jones

ENGL 299-02: Queer Literature, Singh

HIST 199: Women and Gender in Muslim Societies, Yanikdag

HIST 216: American Cultural and Intellectual Hist since 1865, Sackley

HIST 218: State and Society in the US since 1945*, Yellin

HIST 224: European Women and Gender Before Suffrage, Watts

HIST 265: Gender & Sexuality in Latin American History, Meyer

LAIS 475: Women & Writing in Latin America-Authoriship, Authority, and Self-Representation in Women's Autobiography, Mendez de Coudriet

MLC 341: Gender and Sexuality in 19th Century France, Pappas

PHIL 363: Power and Politics*, McWhorter

SOC 216: Social Inequalities*, Mowery

SOC 303: Sociology of Families, Mowery

WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Mowery

WGSS 201: WILL Colloquium: Gender, Race, and Activism, Blake/Ooten

WGSS 202: Feminist and Queer Theories, Snaza

WGSS 301: WILL Senior Seminar, Blake

WGSS 379: Special Topic: Women in Opera, Fillerup

WGSS 398-04: Independent Study: Transformational Developmen in the Mayan Highlands, Blake

WGSS 490: Thesis Preparation

Fall 2011

CLSC 304: Feminine in Greco-Roman Literature, Damer

ENGL 203: Children's Literature*, Gruner

ENGL 335: Black Women Writers, Dance

ENGL 369: American Culture/American Film*, Cheever

ENGL 400: Women and Creativity, Jones

HIST 199: Women and Gender in Muslim Societies, Yanikdag               

HIST 306: American Identities, Yellin

LDST 390: Social Psych Perspectives on Diversity and Leadership, Hoyt

MLC 210: Women, Virtue, and Temptation in Literature, Radi

RELG 257: Native American Religions*, Winiarski

RHCS 327: Contemporary Rhetorical Theory*, Mifsud

RHCS 340: Communication and Culture, Abbott

SOC 302: Social Movements*, Mowery

THTR 319: Theatre History II, Herrera

THTR 312: Latina/os on Stage*, Herrera

WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Mowery

WGSS 280: Women and Work, Ooten

Spring 2011

CLSC 308: Women in Greece and Rome, Damer

ECON 232: Economics of Gender, McGoldrick

ENGL 230: Women in Modern Literature, Singh

HIST 100: Abigail Adams, Holton

HIST 100: Harems and Veils: Women and Gender in Muslim Societies, Yanikdag

LDST 361-01: Sex, Power, and Politics, Zivi

MLC 341: Gender and Sexuality in 19th-Century France, Pappas

PHIL 358: Topics in Feminist Philosophy: Selves, Bodies, Scientists & Citizens, McWhorter

PLSC 379: Sexual Violence and War, Johnson

PSYC 449-01: Self and Relationships*, Burnette

PSYC 449-02: Supersize It: Psychology of Overeating*, Burnette

RELG 255: Queers in Religion, Geaney

RELG 244: Women in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, Hawthorne

SOC 216: Social Inequalities*, Mowery

SOC 319: Social Construction of Gender and Sexuality, Mowery

THTR 370: Staging Gender, Holland

WGSS 379: Special Topic: Feminist Legal Theory Seminar, Heen (Law School)

WGSS 379: Special Topic: Muslim Family Law, Al-Hibri (Law School)

WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Simpson/Carrow

WGSS 201: WILL Colloquium: Gender, Race and Activism, Blake/Ooten

WGSS 301:WILL Senior Seminar, Blake

WGSS 490: Thesis Preparation, McWhorter

Fall 2010

CLSC 205: Greek & Roman Mythology: Epic*, Clary

ENGL 400: Woolf and Mansfield, Outka

HIST 100: Harems and Veils, Yanikdag

HIST 224: European Women and Gender before Suffrage, Watts

LDST 390: Social Psychological Perspectives on Diversity and Leadership, Hoyt

RELG 355: Queers in Religion, Geaney

SOC 216: Social Inequalities*, Mowery

SOC 303: Sociology of Families, Mowery

WGSS 200: Introduction to Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Inal

WGSS 240: Sexual Violence and War, Inal

WGSS 280: Women and Work, Ooten

WGSS 489: Research Methods and Capstone Preparation, McWhorter


Spring 2010

CLSC 304: Feminine in Greco-Roman Literature, Laskaris

ECON 232: Economics of Gender, McGoldrick

HIST 380: Women & Gender in African History, Summers

LDST 361: Sex, Power & Politics, Zivi

PLSC 379: Women, Dependency, Homelessness, Simpson

RELG 255: Queers in Religion, Geaney

RELG 257: Native American Religions*, Winiarski

RHCS 413: The Rhetoric of U.S. Feminism: 1840-1975, Tonn

SOC 302: Social Movements, Mowery

THTR 312: Going Solo: The Politics of Identity in Contemporary Solo Performance, Herrera

WGSS 200:  Introduction to Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, Inal

WGSS 201: WILL Colloquium: Gender, Race, and Activism, Blake & Ooten

WGSS 301: WILL Senior Seminar, Blake

WGSS 490: Senior Capstone Experience, McWhorter