FGSS Pilot Program in Graduate Teaching
The FGSS Pilot Program in Graduate Teaching gives graduate students opportunities to design and teach their own courses. The Associate Director sends out a call in early Summer, but students may propose a course at any time (email maxec @ stanford).
Winter: Casey Patterson (ENG PhD Candidate), Black Feminism and the Sci-Fi of Octavia Butler / Jenny Evang (MTL PhD Candidate, FGSS PhD Minor) Is Visibility a Trap (Door)? Gender, Race, and the Stakes of Representation
Spring 2022: Jenny Evang (MTL PhD Candidate, FGSS PhD Minor) and Miša Stekl co-taught FEMGEN 131: Introduction to Queer Theory.
Winter 2022: Annika Butler-Wall (MTL PhD Candidate, FGSS PhD Minor) taught FEMGEN 147: Feminism and Technology.
Fall 2021: Alberto Quintero (MTL PhD Candidate, FGSS PhD Minor) and Juan Esteban Plaza Parrochia (ILAC PhD Candidate) co-taught FEMGEN 146: Queer Latin America in Literature and Film in the 20th Century.
Spring 2021: Henry Washington, Jr taught FEMGEN 128: Black Feminist and Trans Theories of the Hu/Man.