The Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality studies is offering a new course for fall 2015. GWSS 3290: Politics of Reproduction. The course will be taught by Professor Siri Suh and will meet Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2:30 - 3:45pm. Click Flyer for Politics of Reproduction.pdf for more information.
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PROFESSOR ELAINE TYLER MAY and PROFESSOR EMERITUS LARY MAY are teaching an upcoming noncredit course for the College of Continuing Education. The course is titled "Promise and Peril: The Cold War Era in America" and begins April 13th. Click here for the full course description and to register.
THE DEPARTMENTS of ENGLISH and GERMAN STUDIES are offering a new course for Fall 2015 that is team-taught. ENGL 8090/Ger 8300 Transatlantic Environmental Humanities will explore the question "How can the humanities help interpret and address environmental problems?" in a transatlantic context. Click EH_Poster.pdf for more information.
THE ID COMMONS is hosting a workshop titled "Grant Writing and Funding for Your Interdisciplinary Research and Scholarship" on February 6th at 12:30pm in 140 Nolte Center. Click here for more information and to register.
CHICANO STUDIES is offering Chic 3752: Chicanas and Chicanos in Contemporary Society. The course will be taught by Daniel Topete on Tuesday/Thursday 1:00 - 2:15pm. Attached is a flyer with more information.CHIC 3752 Flyer.pdf
Hist 5900/8900: The History of Sexuality in Europe will concern much more than sexuality and Modern Europe. This course will address key issues in historiography especially those inspired by Michel Foucault. It will also take on interdisciplinary methods and students in non-history departments are most welcome. The main subjects of the course will include 20th century Germany; imperialism in Latin America and India; and postmodern society. Participants will be able to choose between writing a historiography paper or a research paper (either can be on a non-European topic). For more information, please contact Anna Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GEOGRAPHY 8106 is being offered this Spring Semester by affiliate faculty member, Lorena Munoz. The course is titled Gender, Labor, and Immigration and is being offered on Tuesdays from 2:30 - 5:30. See the flier below for a course description and more.
THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES have a plethora of workshops and classes this Spring Semester beginning January 12th. They offer workshops on data management, grant funding, archival materials, formatting your dissertation and many more things. Click here to see their full listings and to register.
THE DEPARTMENT of GENDER, WOMEN, and SEXUALITY STUDIES INSTRUCTION is offering a course for Spring 2015 taught by Samantha Poindexter. GWSS 1005 Engaging Justice is an undergraduate course designed to introduce students to international social justice movements and strategies for political organizing. Click GWSS 1005 Engaging Justice.pdf for more information.
THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION STUDIES is offering a course for Spring 2015 taught by Professor Susanne Jones. COMM 8403/IRel 8360: Emotion and Communication is designed to allow the student to critically examine social scientific research and theory on emotion in interpersonal relationships. Click COMM8403.IRel8360.S15.docx for more information.