Gender Studies Minor
Sharon A. Kowalsky (Program Director)
Location: Ferguson Social Sciences Building, Room 105, 903.886.5627
General Information: email@example.com
Gender Studies Minor Web Site: http://www.tamuc.edu/academics/colleges/humanitiesSocialSciencesArts/genderStudiesMinor.aspx
|GDRS 200||GLB/Introduction to Gender Studies||3|
|GDRS 400||Gender Topics||3|
|Select 12, including but not limited to, the following:||12|
|US-World Cultures: Perspectives from Anthropology|
|GLB/Women and Art|
|Principles of Sustainability|
|Topics in Sexuality Studies|
|Gender, Culture, Society|
|Special Topics in Gender Studies|
|GLB/Current Issues in Health|
|Women and Gender in European History|
|Women, Gender & Sexuality in United States History|
|Psychology of Sexual Behavior|
|Marriage and Family|
Additional courses with a strong gender component can be approved on an individual basis by the Gender Studies Program Director.
Affiliated Faculty are drawn from across the University.
GDRS 200 - GLB/Introduction to Gender Studies
This interdisciplinary course provides students with an introduction to the theories and methods used in gender studies. Through the examination of a variety of topics, students will explore the ways that gender shapes societies and cultures historically and throughout the world.
GDRS 340 - Topics in Sexuality Studies
This interdisciplinary course examines various problems and questions regarding human sexuality from the earliest times to the present, within the context of a comparative framework. Possible themes to be considered include: the intersections of race, class, gender, and sexuality, transgender studies, gender and sexuality in a historical context, and masculinity studies, among others. May be repeated once for credit as topics change.
GDRS 400 - Gender Topics
Topics in Gender Studies provides students with the opportunity to explore specific issues or ideas in more depth than afforded by other courses in the minor. This course is the required capstone for the Gender Studies minor.
GDRS 425 - Gender, Culture, Society
Through various topics, themes, and readings, this course explores issues in gender, culture, and society that highlight the complex ways that gender is manifested in various cultures from historical, contemporary, and global perspectives. This course offers a variety of interdisciplinary approaches to assessing the role that gender plays in social and cultural development. May be repeated for credit as topics change.
GDRS 497 - Special Topics in Gender Studies
Special topics. May be repeated for credit as topics change.
Sharon A. Kowalsky
Associate Professor and Director of Gender Studies
B.A., Washington University; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina.