Subplans

Arts & Culture Sub-plan

The Arts & Culture sub-plan is appropriate for fields of study focusing on interpretation, production, and consumption of messages of feminism, gender, and sexuality through arts, media, literature and performance. Courses that may fulfill requirements include but are not limited to:

FEMGEN/LINGUIST 52N: Spoken Sexuality: Language and the Social Construction of Sexuality

FEMGEN 94s: Muscle Men and Iron Girls

FEMGEN 109: Looking Back, Moving Forward: Raising Critical Awareness in Gender and Sports

FEMGEN 157: Language as Social and Political Activism

FEMGEN 188Q: Imagining Women: Writers in Print and in Person

FEMGEN 136: Literature and Transgression

FEMGEN 314: Performing Identities

 

Health Sub-plan

The Health sub-plan is appropriate for fields of study focusing on feminist perspectives of science and technologies, gender justice and human rights, gender health and medicine, access/disparities/needs regarding health and sexuality, and women’s roles as practitioners and researchers. Courses that may fulfill requirements include but are not limited to:

FEMGEN/HUMBIO 125: Current Controversies in Women’s Health

FEMGEN/HUMBIO 129: Critical Issues in International Women’s Health

FEMGEN 144: Boys’ Psychosocial Development

FEMGEN 193G: Psychological Well-Being on Campus: A Focus on Gender and Sexual Identities

HIST 144: History of Women and Gender in Science, Medicine, and Technology

FEMGEN 237: Medical Impact of Sexual and Relationship Abuse

FEMGEN 260: Seminar in Women’s Health: Women & Disabilities

Global Studies Sub-plan

The Global Studies sub-plan is appropriate for fields of study focusing cross-cultural perspectives on gender, gender justice and human rights, race/class/gender intersections, gender/spirituality/religion, geopolitical contexts of feminism and LGBTQ activism, and gender and education. Courses that may fulfill requirements include but are not limited to:

FEMGEN 105C: Human Trafficking: Historical, Legal, and Medical Perspectives

FEMGEN 111: Transnational Reproductive Politics

FEMGEN 141: The Global Politics of Human Rights

FEMGEN 144X: Transforming Self and Systems: Crossing Borders of Race, Nation,     Gender, Sexuality, and Class

FEMGEN 206: Global Medical Issues Affecting Women

 

LGBT/Queer Studies Sub-plan

The LGBT/Queer Studies sub-plan is appropriate for fields of study focusing on history and theories of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer identities, communities, cultural practices, politics, and legal and medical issues. Courses that may fulfill requirements include but are not limited to:

FEMGEN 24: Sexuality, Gender, & Religion

FEMGEN/LINGUIST 52N: Spoken Sexuality: Language and the Social Construction of Sexuality

FEMGEN 102: Contemporary Topics in Feminist & Queer Theories

FEMGEN 110: Introduction to Queer Literary Studies

FEMGEN 120: Queer Raza

FEMGEN 125: Challenging Sex and Gender Dichotomies in Medicine

FEMGEN 140D: LGBT/Queer Life in the United States

FEMGEN140P: Queer Art and Performance

FEMGEN/SOC 155: The Changing American Family