WGSS 575 The Body, Self and Society
An intensive examination of the role of the human body in the creation of personal and social identities in the Western world. Students become acquainted with contemporary theories of embodiment and senses as they are applied to a variety of historical themes, and develop research projects on a topic negotiated with the instructor. (Same as HIST 625, HUM 575.) Prerequisite: An upper-division course in History, Humanities, or Women Gender and Sexuality Studies; or permission of instructor.
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
Minor in Human Sexuality
Explore the diverse range of human sexual practices and taboos Compare scientific, historical, and creative understandings of sexual desire Learn to analyze and address problems of sexual violence, reproductive justice, and LGBTQ inclusivity.
Minor in East Asian Languages and Cultures
...Culture: Premodern Times or WGSS 418 Sexual Politics...Japanese Literature or EALC 575 Love, Sexuality and...