Boyer, Fackler, Gonzalez, Horowitz, Tilburg

This class provides an interdisciplinary introduction to the analytical tools, key scholarly debates, history, and research subfields of gender and sexuality studies. It pays particular attention to the construction and deployment of gender as a cultural category across various social institutions. Students will learn to assess and analyze documents pertaining to the history of and contemporary state of feminisms and women's rights, masculinity, queer theory, disability studies, body image and consumer culture, intersectionality, as well as a host of gendered questions related to health, work, the family, violence, and politics.

Satisfies the Justice, Equality, and Community requirement.


Class Details
Course GSS 101
Section 0
CRN 20254
Time T R
Time 1135 - 1250pm
Building 1062 CHAM
Instructor Yurika Tamura
Max 25
Current 0
Remaining 25
Semester Spring 2022