Gender and Women's Studies
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The mission of the Gender and Women's Studies Program is to introduce students to a critical and interdisciplinary perspective on the social construction of gender with opportunities to bring this framework to bear in a variety of areas of study and careers.
The goals of the Gender and Women's Studies Program are the following:
Gender and Women's Studies is an interdisciplinary program that offers courses examining the formation of gender and intersections between gender and race, class, ethnicity, and sexuality; introduces students to women's intellectual, social, political, economic, spiritual, and artistic contributions and experiences of women in a variety of historical, global, and cultural contexts; and emphasizes the particular challenges that women face locally and globally. Students wishing to complete a major with a focus on Gender and Women's Studies have the option to major in Sociology and Anthropology with a concentration in Gender and Women's Studies (see section 22.214.171.124.1.3).
ANT 4XX: Latin American Masculinities
GDS 100: Introduction to Gender and Women's Studies
GDS/SOC 3XX: Social Inequality
SOC 211: Sociology of the Family
SOC 402 Feminist Thought
SOC 410: Directed Research