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Course Description: Examination of gender roles in work, education, spirituality, relationships, health, institutions and organizations. Prerequisite: None. Registration Information: Sections may be offered: Online. Terms Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer. Grade Mode: Traditional.

Special Course Fee: No. Course Description: Examines and ideas of whiteness and white supremacy in the United States to understand the connections between whiteness, sexism, and heterosexism. Explore the history of whiteness and racialized definitions of gender and sexuality. Course Description: Surveying the contemporary experiences of women of various racialized ethnicities in the United States. Terms Offered: Fall, Spring. WS Feminist Theory Credits: 3 Course Description: Contemporary feminist theories from multiple perspectives, including topics such as gender, race, sexuality, and oppression.

Course Description: Exploration of connections and disconnections of youth globally, and how gender and culture intersect in a transnational context. Travel to Ghana and engage in service projects, listen to lectures, and participate in events that explore transnational solidarity working with youth in various regional locations.

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Registration Information: Sophomore standing. Term Offered: Spring. Examine how social identities weave into the complexities of policy e. Term Offered: Summer. Course Description: Investigate Indigenous consciousness as a theoretical and methodological foundation to Indigenous studies scholarship and decolonial race and gender work. Indigenous thought is located from and within Indigenous scholars, cultures and lived lives.

Indigenous gender is understood in egalitarian foundations and practices from Indigenous perspectives, voices and practices that locate gender in traditional, valued, and contemporary knowledges and engagements. WS Feminist Friendship Credits: 3 Course Description: Prerequisite: WS to WS Group Study Credits: 3 Course Description: Prerequisite: None. Term Offered: Fall. Grade Mode: Instructor Option. Course Description: Through an interdisciplinary and comparative approach, this course explores multiracial and decolonial feminist social theory and scholarly practices. Registration Information: Junior standing.

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Registration Information: Senior or graduate standing. Course Description: Feminist perspectives on epistemology and methodologies for conducting and interpreting research. Restriction: Must be a: Graduate, Professional.

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WS Whiteness, Gender, and Sexuality Credits: 3 Course Description: Examines and ideas of whiteness and white supremacy in the United States to understand the connections between whiteness, sexism, and heterosexism. WS Feminist Theory Credits: 3 Course Description: Contemporary feminist theories from multiple perspectives, including topics such as gender, race, sexuality, and oppression.

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WS Women and Sustainability Credits: 3 Course Description: Examination of sustainability issues with a focus on development policies and impacts on communities from an international feminist perspective. WS Foundations of Feminist Research Credits: 3 Course Description: Feminist perspectives on epistemology and methodologies for conducting and interpreting research.

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