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Fall 2018

WGSS Courses

WMNS 6100 Theorizing Gender and Sexuality
Professor Carla Kaplan

WMNS 7615 Feminist Inquiry*
Professor Chris Bobel, UMass Boston

WMNS 7635 Understanding Pornography*
Professor Sarah Leonard, Simmons
Professor Emily F. Rothman, Boston University School of Public Health

ENGL 7282: Topics in Renaissance Literature: Becoming Human
Professor Marina Leslie**

SOCL 7287 Social Movements in Health
Professor Laura Senier

*Note: These courses are taught at the GCWS. Students must apply for acceptance and complete registration through the course numbers above. More information, including course descriptions and professor bios can be found at the links to the courses below. GCWS courses meet at MIT and run on MIT’s academic schedule. 

**Students enrolled in this course for certificate credit must complete their final project on a topic relating to women’s, gender, or sexuality studies.

GCWS Courses

WGS.600 Workshop for Dissertation Writers in Women’s and Gender Studies
Professor Sandy Alexandre

WGS.610 Feminist Inquiry
Professor Chris Bobel

WGS.640 Understanding Pornography
Professor Sarah Leonard
Professor Emily F. Rothman

Spring 2018

WGSS & Cross-Listed Courses

WMNS/SOCL 7100 Queer Theory: Sexualities, Genders, Politics
Professor Moya Bailey

WMNS 7615 Feminist Inquiry*
Professor TBD

WMNS 7900 01 Special Topics in WGSS: Resistance in Feminist Queer Theatre/Theory*
Professor Andres Fabian Henao Castro, UMass Boston
Professor Jennifer Row, Boston University

WMNS 7900 02 Special Topics in WGSS: Women in Contemporary US Science*
Professor Kathrin Zippel, Northeastern University
Professor Gerhard Sonnert, Harvard University

ENGL 7215 Topics in 20th-Century American Literature: Harlem Renaissance
Professor Carla Kaplan

*Note: These courses are taught at the Consortium for Graduate Studies in Gender, Culture, Women and Sexuality (GCWS) at MIT.