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Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies H1WST007

This cluster focuses on Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies from a Humanities perspective including courses in film, literature, art history, and music as well as philosophy, queer theory, religion, and more.

Fulfills the Humanities area of the Rochester Curriculum. Declare This Cluster
Expired in the Fall 2017 term.

This cluster focuses on Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies from a Humanities perspective including courses in film, literature, art history, and music as well as philosophy, queer theory, religion, and more.

Fulfills the Humanities area of the Rochester Curriculum.
Expired in the Fall 2017 term.

Choose two of the following
WST105 Sex And Power
WST123 Intro To Visual & Cultural Studies
WST125 Religion, Race And Ethnicity In America
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST204 Feminist Film Theory
Valid Starting Fall 2014
WST205 Philosophical Foundations Of Feminism
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST212 Queer Theory
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST223 Madness, Marriage And Monstrocity
WST224 Gender & Representation
Valid Starting Spring 2010
WST225 Women, Cloth & Culture
Valid Starting Spring 2012
WST239 Jewish Women's Writing
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST240 Writing Women's Lives
Valid Starting Spring 2011
WST243 Major Authors: The Brontes
Valid Starting Spring 2010
WST243 Major Authors: Jane Austen
Valid Starting Spring 2010
WST244 Mutilated Bodies, Mutilated Discourse
WST247 Women's Lives And Letters
Valid Starting Fall 2016
WST256 (Re) Writing Gender In Spanish American Literature
Valid Starting Fall 2016
WST260 Race & Gender In Popular Film
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST272 Gender And Sexuality In The 20TH Century
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST288 Mothers, Comrades & Whores
Valid Starting Fall 2010
Choose two of the following
WST105 Sex And Power
WST123 Intro To Visual & Cultural Studies
WST125 Religion, Race And Ethnicity In America
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST204 Feminist Film Theory
Valid Starting Fall 2014
WST205 Philosophical Foundations Of Feminism
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST212 Queer Theory
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST223 Madness, Marriage And Monstrocity
WST224 Gender & Representation
Valid Starting Spring 2010
WST225 Women, Cloth & Culture
Valid Starting Spring 2012
WST239 Jewish Women's Writing
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST240 Writing Women's Lives
Valid Starting Spring 2011
WST243 Major Authors: The Brontes
Valid Starting Spring 2010
WST243 Major Authors: Jane Austen
Valid Starting Spring 2010
WST244 Mutilated Bodies, Mutilated Discourse
WST247 Women's Lives And Letters
Valid Starting Fall 2016
WST256 (Re) Writing Gender In Spanish American Literature
Valid Starting Fall 2016
WST260 Race & Gender In Popular Film
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST272 Gender And Sexuality In The 20TH Century
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST288 Mothers, Comrades & Whores
Valid Starting Fall 2010
Choose one of the following
WST100 Intro To Women's Studies: Topics Course
Valid Starting Fall 2007
WST111 Women In Visual Arts
WST155 Intro To African-American Literature
WST178 Religion, Food & Eating In America
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST189 Sexuality In World Religion
WST190 Mdl Eastern Dance Folkloric
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST193 Mid Eastern Dance: Orientale
Valid Starting Spring 2011
WST201 Susan B. Anthony And Her World
WST207 Carnal Speaking: Middle English
Valid Starting Spring 2010
WST214 Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST216 Restoration & 18Th-Century Drama
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST220 Body Politics In Japanese Culture
WST222 19Th Century British Novel
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST223 Madness, Marriage & Montrosity
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST226 Beyond The Boundaries: Folk
WST228 Body In Early Christianity
Valid Starting Spring 2009
WST230 Narratives Of Slavery
WST230 Black Family In Slave And Free
WST232 Wizards, Magic & Fantasy
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST233 Race In American Fiction
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST234 The Black Body
WST237 Medieval Celtic Studies
WST238 All Is Fair In Love And War
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST241 Music, Ethnography & Hiv
WST242 Dane Therapy Foundations
WST245 Contemporary American Memoir
WST250 Black Paris
WST251 Women In East Asia
WST253 Gender & Lang Lit Film & Soc
WST254 The Monstrous Feminine
WST255 Topics In Italian Culture
WST257 Journey To The Feast
WST258 Women Lives And Letters
WST263 Fassbinder
WST265 Issues In Film:Family, Repression, And Rage
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST268 Contemporary Jpn Culture
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST269 The Matter With Men In Film And Society
WST270 Japan's Floating World
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST275 Modern Japanse Women Writers
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST283 Orality, Language & Literacy
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST292 Intro To Eastern European Film
WST351 Topics In Contemporary Art & Chritism: Warhol
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST373 Sex & Gender In The American City
WST379 Assimilating Literary Language
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST381 Gender & Sexuality American Cinema
WST389 Problems Of Western Civilization
Valid Starting Fall 2009
Choose one of the following
WST100 Intro To Women's Studies: Topics Course
Valid Starting Fall 2007
WST111 Women In Visual Arts
WST155 Intro To African-American Literature
WST178 Religion, Food & Eating In America
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST189 Sexuality In World Religion
WST190 Mdl Eastern Dance Folkloric
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST193 Mid Eastern Dance: Orientale
Valid Starting Spring 2011
WST201 Susan B. Anthony And Her World
WST207 Carnal Speaking: Middle English
Valid Starting Spring 2010
WST214 Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST216 Restoration & 18Th-Century Drama
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST220 Body Politics In Japanese Culture
WST222 19Th Century British Novel
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST223 Madness, Marriage & Montrosity
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST226 Beyond The Boundaries: Folk
WST228 Body In Early Christianity
Valid Starting Spring 2009
WST230 Narratives Of Slavery
WST230 Black Family In Slave And Free
WST232 Wizards, Magic & Fantasy
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST233 Race In American Fiction
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST234 The Black Body
WST237 Medieval Celtic Studies
WST238 All Is Fair In Love And War
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST241 Music, Ethnography & Hiv
WST242 Dane Therapy Foundations
WST245 Contemporary American Memoir
WST250 Black Paris
WST251 Women In East Asia
WST253 Gender & Lang Lit Film & Soc
WST254 The Monstrous Feminine
WST255 Topics In Italian Culture
WST257 Journey To The Feast
WST258 Women Lives And Letters
WST263 Fassbinder
WST265 Issues In Film:Family, Repression, And Rage
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST268 Contemporary Jpn Culture
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST269 The Matter With Men In Film And Society
WST270 Japan's Floating World
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST275 Modern Japanse Women Writers
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST283 Orality, Language & Literacy
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST292 Intro To Eastern European Film
WST351 Topics In Contemporary Art & Chritism: Warhol
Valid Starting Fall 2010
WST373 Sex & Gender In The American City
WST379 Assimilating Literary Language
Valid Starting Fall 2009
WST381 Gender & Sexuality American Cinema
WST389 Problems Of Western Civilization
Valid Starting Fall 2009