WGSS 305 Women, Gender, and Sexuality in the North American West
This course will provide students with an overview of how the history of women have profoundly shaped and given meaning to the development of the North American West (which includes present-day states and provinces in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico). The class will examine the lives of women who represent diverse backgrounds, lands, and time periods in this western region. In addition to women, lectures, readings, and discussion will focus on the themes of gender, masculinity, class, race, ethnicity, sexuality, labor, and environment. Broad in chronological scope that spans pre-contact into the twenty-first century, this course is not a comprehensive survey. Rather, the class will examine how women and groups of women across the region defended, survived, explored, cultivated, and imagined the West as a place that defined their homes, migrations, settlement patterns, as well as sites of captivity, displacement, war, and development. (Same as HIST 405.)
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Confront social problems around gender and sexuality Collaborate with students and faculty from across the social sciences and humanities Build expertise on issues that matter most to you
Bachelor of Arts in East Asian Languages and Cultures
...104 / ECIV 304 / ECIV 305 as soon as...Culture: Premodern Times or WGSS 418 Sexual Politics...
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in African and African-American Studies
...Religion and Thought AAAS 305 Modern Africa or...Dance Theatre AAAS 340/WGSS 330 Women in...
Minor in East Asian Languages and Cultures
...Culture: Premodern Times or WGSS 418 Sexual Politics...Eastern Civilizations or ECIV 305 Eastern Civilizations Honors...