Special topics courses which may be used as major electives in women's studies:

AFAM 4860
Topics in African American Studies is allowed only when the topics is "Afro-Hispanic Identity: Women of the Hispanic Caribbean" or "Caribbean Women Write Back"; other relevant topics may be petitioned* to WMST.

ENGL 4590
Topics in Nineteenth-Century British Literature is allowed only when the topic is "Romantic Opera"; other relevant topics may be petitioned* to WMST.

ENGL 4690
Topics in Twentieth-Century British Literature is allowed only when the topic is "Virginia Woolf"; other relevant topics may be petitioned* to WMST.

ENGL 4860
Multicultural Topics in American Literature is allowed only when the topic is Native Women Writers.

ENGL 4870
Folklore Studies is allowed only when topic is "Women in Folklore."

ENGL(AFAM) 4880
Topics in African American Literature is allowed only when the topic is "African Diasporic Women Representing Slavery"; other relevant topics may be petitioned* to WMST.

HACE 4900
Seminar in Housing and Consumer Economics allowed only when the topic is "Exploring Family and Consumer Sciences History"

HIST 4000/6000
Studies in American History is allowed only when the topic is "History of Women in the American South"; other relevant topics may be petitioned to WMST. "Women Private Property, and the State," "Sexuality in U.S. History," "Race, Gender, and Sport," and "Women in the North American West." Other topics may be petitioned* to WMST.

HIST 4200/6200
Studies in Latin American History is allowed only when the topic is "Race, Gender and Revolution in the Americas"

HIST 4600/6600
Studies in Asian History is allowed only when the topic is "Women, Gender, and Family in Traditional Japan"; other relevant topics may be petitioned* to WMST.

HIST 4960
Directed Reading in History is allowed only when the topic is "Reacting to the Past: Greenwich Village 1913: Suffrage, Labor and the New Woman"; other relevant topics may be petitioned* to WMST.

SOCI 3250:
Social Movements and Collective Behavior (when it is taught by Dr. Patricia Richards)

RELI 4900
Topics and Problems in Religion is only allowed when the topic is "Women in Religion and Literature"; other relevant topics may be petitioned* to WMST.

*It is expected that petitioned courses will have a significant focus on gender, sexuality, and/or feminist theory. Email wspinfo@uga.edu if you have questions.