SC 225 Introduction to Feminisms (Fall/Spring: 3)

Cross Listed with HS148, EN125
This course is taught by Women's Studies faculty and undergraduate student teams under faculty direction to acquaint students with a large range of academic and life experience topics that have been affected by Women's Studies scholarship. After a preliminary meeting, the class divides into 12-14 person seminars that meet once per week to discuss and study such issues as women's history, feminist theory, sex roles, socialization, gender and health, religion, work, and literature and essays by and about women. The course emphasizes participation and collective work on projects and usually includes a continuing personal and readings-oriented journal.
Sharlene Hesse-Biber
Abigail Brooks
Ellen Friedman
Stephanie May

Last Updated: 09-OCT-13