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Fall Course Offerings

For questions about undergraduate courses offered in Women's Studies, please contact the undergraduate advisor Dr. Cecilia Herles at cherles@uga.edu.  For questions about graduate courses offered in Women's Studies, please contact the Graduate Coordinator at iwsgrad@uga.edu.

Information on these pages is subject to change.  Please check back frequently, and visit the Registrar's Schedule of Classes for the most up-to-date information.

Fall 2021 Undergraduate

(updated per revised UGA class schedule)

WMST 1110 - Multicultural Perspectives on Women in the U.S.

9:35am - 10:50am TR, Crespo

11:10am - 12:25pm TR, Crespo

11:10am - 12:25pm TR, Hall

2:20pm - 3:35pm TR, Abelkop

11:30am - 12:20pm MWF, Girtz

11:30am - 12:20pm MWF, Ray

1:50pm - 2:40pm MWF, Girtz

WMST 1110H - Multicultural Perspectives of Women in the U.S. - Honors

10:20am - 11:10am MWF, Ray

WMST 2010 - Introduction to Women's Studies

12:45pm - 2:00pm TR, Hurlock

2:20pm - 3:35pm TR, Hurlock

10:20am - 11:10am MWF, Robinson

WMST 2300 - Introduction to LGBTQ Studies

12:45pm - 2:00pm TR, Abelkop

WMST 3010 – Critical Feminist Readings

1:50pm – 2:40pm MWF, Robinson

WMST 3100 - Diversity in LGBTQ Politics

9:35am - 10:50am TR, Leimbach

WMST 3110 – Gender, Race, Class, Sexuality

11:10am - 12:25pm TR, Leimbach

2:20pm - 3:35pm TR, Leimbach

WMST 4010W - Feminist Theories

10:20am – 11:10am MWF, Herles

WMST 4011W - Understanding Research in Women's Studies

3:55pm - 5:10pm TR, Leimbach

WMST 4100 - Queer Theory

9:35am - 10:50am TR, Happe

WMST 4250 - Special Topics in Women's Studies: Women, Gender, and Climate Change Activism

11:10am - 12:25pm TR, Cuomo

WMST 4250 - Special Topics in Women's Studies: South Asian Feminisms

12:45pm - 2:00pm TR, Putcha

WMST 4260 - Women and Music

11:10am - 12:25pm TR, Putcha

 

 

Fall 2021 Graduate

WMST 6100 - Queer Theory

9:35am - 10:50am TR, Happe

WMST 6250 - Special Topics in Women's Studies: Women, Gender, and Climate Change Activism

11:10am - 12:25pm TR, Cuomo

WMST 6250 - Special Topics in Women's Studies: South Asian Feminisms

12:45pm - 2:00pm TR, Putcha

WMST 6260 - Women and Music

11:10am - 12:25pm TR, Putcha

WMST 8020 - Feminist Theories

2:20pm - 5:05pm R, St. Pierre

Approved Courses

SOCI 8270 Sociology of Gender
12:40 pm - 3:30 pm, M
Richards — we’ll do some sociological gender theory, followed by substantive readings drawing from US and other national (and transnational) contexts TBD

ETAP 8045 Bodies, Sexuality, Sex, and Consent in K-12 Education
Stephanie Jones
This course will immerse students in theoretical, philosophical, and pedagogical inquiries about the body, education, and how bodies are being taught and learned within and beyond official PK-12 curriculum. Central ideas are consent and bodily autonomy in educational spaces and how bodies are disproportionately regulated and violated through patriarchal, white supremacist, white settler colonialist, neoliberal capitalist discourses and material practices. Broad themes include early childhood through early adulthood spaces related to: bodies and sex education; classroom management/policing of bodies; social media and pornography; physical and digital body manipulation; bodies and academic learning; bodies as intra-connected with the human and other-than-human world; bodies and well-being. Students will also have devoted time to engage in body-related inquiries of their own choosing.

RELI 6105 Women in Christian History 
MWF 9:10-10:00
Ingie Hovland (ingiehovland@uga.edu)  
In this class we will explore the topic of women and Christianity over the past 2,000 years. We will read descriptions of women and men in different periods of Christian history, and we will discuss the changes that occurred between early, medieval, modern, and contemporary Christianity. We will examine different ideas Christian groups have had about women and the different roles women have taken on themselves. We will also explore how the account of Eve and Adam has served as a foundational story that has been used in different ways in different times and places. This is a discussion-based class and everyone is welcome. No prerequisites.

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