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Spring 2015 Course Offerings

English

ENGL 7215: Topics in Twentieth Century Literature: The American Novel

Professor Carla Kaplan, CRN: 33843

ENGL 7351: Topics in Literary Study

Professor Marina Leslie, CRN: 34870


Sociology

SOCL 7222: Gender and Globalization

Professor Nina Sylvanus, CRN: 36346 SOCL 7265: Sociology of Gender

Professor Linda Blum, CRN: 36344

Fall 2014 Course Offerings

Counseling & Applied Education Psychology

CAEP 6380: Seminar in Feminist Psychology

Professor Mary B. Ballou, CRN: 15134


Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

WMNS 6100: Theorizing Gender and Sexuality

Professor Carla Kaplan, CRN: 16481




**Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies at MIT**


For students interested in taking additional graduate courses towards a WGSS certificate, please view the GCWS page for courses available through the Consortium.

Courses are offered in the Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies on a semester or yearly basis. These courses will count toward your graduate certificate. The deadlines for registration are in the fall (September) and the spring (January). Visit the "Graduate Consortium in Women's Studies" page for more details.

Click here to view GCWS courses being offered this upcoming semester.

Workshop for Dissertation Writers in Women's & Gender Studies

Professor Beth Kowaleski Wallace, Boston College, Wednesdays, 5:15PM - 8:15PM, September 3, 2014 - 2015

Meets every other week at MIT, Building and Room TBD



Gender, Race, and the Construction of the American West

Professors Karen V. Hansen, Brandeis University; Marilyn S. Johnson, Boston College; and Lois Rudnick, University of Massachusetts Boston

Mondays, 5:00-8:00 pm at MIT



Gender, Health, and Marginalization

Professors Chris Bobel, University of Massachusetts Boston; Silvia Dominguez, Northeastern University; and Norma Meras Swenson, Harvard School of Public Health

Wednesdays, 5:30-8:30 pm at MIT



Visit the Northeastern University Registrar website for complete course descriptions.