2004 - 2005 Calendar
- Women's Studies 2000. An Interdisciplinary Introduction to Women's Studies
- Women's Studies 3000. Feminist Research Methods
- Women's Studies 4000. Seminar in Women's Studies
- Anthropology 3305. Anthropology of Gender
- Anthropology 4081. Advanced Seminar in the Anthropology of Gender
- Education 3565.** Gender and Schooling
- English 3817. Writing and Gender
- English 3830. Women Writers
- Folklore 3950. Women and Traditional Culture
- German 4802.* Women in German Society and Culture
- History 3760. Women in Western Society and Culture (I)
- History 3770. Women in Western Society and Culture (II)
- History 3813. Women in North American Society: Newfoundland and Labrador
- History 3821.* Selected Topics in Canadian Women's History
- History 4006.* Women in the Middle Ages
- Linguistics 3212. Language, Sex and Gender
- Human Kinetics and Recreation (HKR) 3490. Women in Sport and Physical Activity
- Human Kinetics and Recreation (HKR) 3595. Women and Leisure
- Philosophy 2805. Contemporary Issues
- Political Science 3140*. Feminist Political Theory
- Political Science 3340*. Women and Politics
- Psychology 2540. Psychology of Gender and Sex Roles
- Psychology 3533. Sexual Behaviour
- Religious Studies 2800. Women in Western Religions
- Religious Studies 2801. Women in Eastern Religions
- Social Work 5522. Women and Social Welfare
- Sociology 4230. Women and Development
- Sociology/Anthropology 3314. Gender and Society
- Sociology/Anthropology 4092. Gender and Social Theory
- Women’s Studies 2001*. Women and Science
- Women’s Studies 3001/Medieval Studies 3006/English 3006*. Women Writers of the Middle Ages
- Women’s Studies 3002-3020 (excluding 3004, 3009) Special Topics in Women’s Studies
- Women’s Studies/Russian Studies 3004. Images of Women in Russian Culture
- Women’s Studies 3100. Women and Health
- Women’s Studies/Sociology 4107*. Women and Technological Change (formerly Women’s Studies 3009)
In accordance with Senate's Policy Regarding Inactive Courses, the course descriptions for courses which have not been offered in the previous three academic years and which are not scheduled to be offered in the current academic year have been removed from the following listing. For information about any of these inactive courses, please contact the Head of the Department.
Women's Studies 2000. An Interdisciplinary Introduction to Women's
Studies. An interdisciplinary introduction to the major concepts,
issues and debates of Women's Studies.
Women's Studies 3000. Feminist Research Methods. An introduction to feminist methodologies and approaches to the formal construction of knowledge, framing of research questions and gathering of data. This course provides an interdisciplinary survey of major research methods used by feminist scholars.
Women's Studies 3001. Women Writers in the Middle Ages.
(Same as Medieval Studies 3006 and English 3006*). The course will study
selections from the considerable corpus of women's writings in the Medieval
period, as well as issues which affected women's writing. All selections
will be read in English translation.
NOTE: Credit may not be obtained for more than one of Women's Studies 3001, Medieval Studies 3006, and the former Medieval Studies 3351.
Women's Studies 3002-3020 (excluding 3004, 3009). Special Topics in Women's Studies.
Women's Studies 3100. Women and Health. Using an interdisciplinary
perspective, this course will explore selected issues relating to women
and their health. The material covered will help students acquire a better
appreciation and understanding of some of the determinants of women's health,
gender bias in health care and research, the portrayal of women's health
in the popular press, and women as patients. A primary emphasis of the
course will be to teach students the skills to carry out gender-based analyses
of the health literature and health organizations.
Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Women's Studies 2000.
Women's Studies 4000. Seminar in Women's Studies. An
interdisciplinary seminar designed to focus on women's issues, and on theories
and methodologies of women's studies.
Three hour seminar per week.
Prerequisites: Students must normally have completed Women's Studies 2000 and 15 credit hours in other Women's Studies Program courses before taking Women's Studies 4000. In exceptional cases, students without these prerequisites may be accepted into the course, with the approval of the instructor of WSTD 4000 and the Program Coordinator.
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