Spring 2013 Graduate Courses


Note: Only those courses taught by instructors with a Ph.D. may count toward the GIS.  Please check with the relevant department, before enrolling, if you have any questions.


Comparative Studies
4875 Gender, Sexuality, and Religion (3)

instructor: Michael McVicar
time:  WF 2:20-3:40
location:Mendenhall Lab 174
call no:  13090

8888 Interdepartmental Seminar in Critical Theory: Transgender
         & Queer Bio/Cultural Politics in the 21st Century (3)

instructor: Jian Chen
time: 
Th 9:10-12:25
location: 
Denney Hall 0435
call no.: 12317

English
8888.01 & .02 Interdepartmental Seminar in Critical Theory:Transgender
         & Queer Bio/Cultural Politics in the 21st Century (3)

instructor: Jian Chen
time: Th 9:10-12:25
location: Denney Hall 0435
call no.: 13166 [graded] / 13167 [S/U]

History
7600 Studies in the History of Women and Gender: Racing Sex and
        Sexing Race
 (1-6)

instructor: Judy Wu
t
ime: F 12:45-3:40
location: Dulles 235
call no.: 26984

Human Development & Family Science
5440 Human Sexuality in Context (3)

instructor: Amy Bonomi
time:  TR 11:10-12:30
location:Pomerene Hall 306
call no:  11807

8862 Romantic Relationships & Violence (3)

instructor: Amy Bonomi
time: W 9:10-11:55
location: Campbell Hall 0241
call no.: 11825

Law
7610 Sexual Orientation and the Law (2)

instructor: Ruth Colker
time:  WR 10:10-11:00
location:Drinko Hall 251
call no:  04855
[the course requirements for LAW 7610 presume that students possess a certain degree of professional and/or academic background; interested Sexuality Studies students should contact the instructor to discuss the possibility of enrolling]

8896.12 Sexual Violence and the Law (2)

instructor: Marc S. Spindelman
time:  T 3:55-5:45
location:Drinko Hall 349
call no:  04915
[the course requirements for LAW 8896.12 presume that students possess a certain degree of professional and/or academic background; interested Sexuality Studies students should contact the instructor to discrss the possibility of enrolling]

Social Work
5003 AIDS: Psychosocial Aspects of HIV/AIDS (3)

instructor: Randi Love
time:  W 5:30-8:15
location:Stillman Hall 131
call no: 18344

5006 Integrative Seminars: Sexualities,Diversity, and Social Work (3)

instructor:Bette Speziale
time:  F 12:45-3:30
location:tba
call no:  18349

5016 Affirmative Social Work Practice with LGBTQ Individuals, Couples,
         and Families
 (3)

instructor: Susan Saltzburg
time:  F 9:10-11:55
location:tba
call no:  18363

Sociology
4635 Men and Women in Society (3)

instructor:Jane Gray
time:  WF 11:10-12:30
location:McPherson Lab 1041
call no:  05130

5605 Sociology of Sexuality (3)

instructor:staff
time:  TR 3:55-5:15
Location:Baker Systems 180
call no:  08432
[*This course can count for the GIS only if the instructor has a Ph.D.  Please check with the College of Social Work before enrolling.]

instructor: Stephanie Spears
time:  WF 11:10-12:30
location:Macquigg Lab 159
call no:  08436

Women's, Gender & Sexuality Studies
7710 Theorizing Race, Sexualities, and Social Justice (3)

instructor: Shannon Winnubst
time:  T 2:15-5
location:University Hall A286
call no:  19742

8882 Interdepartmental Studies in the Humanities: Transgender
         & Queer Bio/Cultural Politics in the 21st Century (3)

Instructor: Jian Chen
Time: R 9:10- 12:25
Location: Denney Hall 0435
Call no.: 19746

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