Apr 19, 2018  
Catalogue 2017-2018 
    
Catalogue 2017-2018 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Urban Studies: III. Advanced

   •  URBS 383 - Indigenous New York
   •  URBS 385 - Seminar in American Art
   •  URBS 399 - Senior Independent Work

Victorian Studies

   •  VICT 290 - Field Work
   •  VICT 298 - Independent Work
   •  VICT 300 - Thesis
   •  VICT 399 - Senior Independent Work

Women's Studies: I. Introductory

   •  WMST 110 - Gender, Social Problems and Social Change
   •  WMST 130 - Introduction to Women's Studies
   •  WMST 154 - Victorian Women
   •  WMST 160 - Issues in Feminism: Bodies and Texts
   •  WMST 170 - Meeting Places

Women's Studies: II. Intermediate

   •  WMST 201 - Introduction to Queer Studies
   •  WMST 203 - Women in Greek and Roman History and Myth
   •  WMST 204 - Gender and Sexuality in Roman Culture
   •  WMST 205 - Arab Women Writers
   •  WMST 210 - Domestic Violence
   •  WMST 214 - Transnational Perspectives on Women and Work
   •  WMST 215 - Pre-modern Drama: Text and Performance before 1800
   •  WMST 218 - Literature, Gender, and Sexuality
   •  WMST 219 - Queering the Archive
   •  WMST 222 - Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Islamic Spaces
   •  WMST 230 - European Women's Cinema
   •  WMST 231 - Women Making Music
   •  WMST 234 - Women in American Musical Theater
   •  WMST 240 - Gender in American Popular Media
   •  WMST 241 - Topics in the Construction of Gender
   •  WMST 245 - Making Waves: Topics in Feminist Activism
   •  WMST 250 - Feminist Theory
   •  WMST 251 - Global Feminism
   •  WMST 254 - Bio-Politics of Breast Cancer
   •  WMST 259 - The History of the Family in Early Modern Europe
   •  WMST 260 - Sex & Reproduction in 19th Century United States: Before Margaret Sanger
   •  WMST 261 - Women in 20th Century America
   •  WMST 262 - Native American Women
   •  WMST 264 - African American Women's History
   •  WMST 270 - Gender and Social Space
   •  WMST 277 - Feminist Approaches to Science and Technology
   •  WMST 283 - Gender, Sexuality and Abolitionist Activism
   •  WMST 288 - Rethinking Gender in an Educational Context
   •  WMST 290 - Field Work
   •  WMST 297 - Reading Courses
   •  WMST 298 - Independent Study
   •  WMST 299 - Thesis Preparation

Women's Studies: III. Advanced

   •  WMST 301 - Senior Thesis or Project
   •  WMST 302 - Senior Thesis or Project
   •  WMST 317 - Women, Crime, and Punishment
   •  WMST 318 - Literary Studies in Gender and Sexuality
   •  WMST 321 - Feminism, Knowledge, Practice
   •  WMST 331 - Gender, Resources, and Justice
   •  WMST 352 - Romantic Poets: Rebels with a Cause
   •  WMST 355 - Childhood and Children in Nineteenth-Century Britain
   •  WMST 362 - Senior Seminar: Women in Japanese and Chinese Literature
   •  WMST 366 - Art and Activism in the United States
   •  WMST 367 - Artists' Books from the Women's Studio Workshop
   •  WMST 370 - Feminist Perspectives on Environmentalism
   •  WMST 375 - Seminar in Women's Studies
   •  WMST 380 - Religion, Sex, and the Modern State
   •  WMST 381 - How Queer is That?
   •  WMST 382 - Marie-Antoinette
   •  WMST 384 - Transnational Queer: Genders, Sexualities, Identities
   •  WMST 385 - Women, Culture, and Development
   •  WMST 399 - Senior Independent Study

Yiddish: I. Introductory

   •  YIDD 105 - Beginning Yiddish
   •  YIDD 106 - Beginning Yiddish

Yiddish: II. Intermediate

   •  YIDD 210 - Intermediate Yiddish
   •  YIDD 211 - Intermediate Yiddish

Yiddish: III. Advanced

   •  YIDD 310 - Advanced Yiddish
   •  YIDD 311 - Advanced Yiddish
 

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