2017 Summer Session Courses

ART 204 Digital Art I
Course Description:
Explores the computer as an art-making tool. Includes practice exercises to learn software. Topics include photo manipulations, the use of color, typestyles, page design, and composition. Students apply these concepts and skills to original, digital artworks. . Lab fee. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/16/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 11:30AM, Hofheimer Library, Room 202

ART 204 HNRS: Digital Art I
Course Description:
Explores the computer as an art-making tool. Includes practice exercises to learn software. Topics include photo manipulations, the use of color, typestyles, page design, and composition. Students apply these concepts and skills to original, digital artworks. . Lab fee. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/16/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 11:30AM, Hofheimer Library, Room 202

ART 105 Introduction to Studio Art
Course Description:
Introduces the basic studio materials and techniques for making art in a variety of media that may include painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, crafts, fibers, and/or electronic technology. Includes lectures, demonstrations, studio participation, museum or artist studio visits, and and related historical information. Lab fee. Offered in selected Winter Sessions.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/29/2017 Studio Class Tuesday, Thursday 06:00PM - 10:15PM, Fine Arts/Theater, Room 3

CJ 215 Tpc:Alcatraz Pris:1st Hnd Lk
Course Description:
This course explores criminal justice topics and issues beyond the classroom. Students will travel to places where criminal justice institutions, events, and/or policies have influenced the field of criminal justice for example, a trip to San Francisco to tour Alcatraz Island Prison. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Offered in summer depending on demand.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/30/2017 Travel Course Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 11:30AM, Clarke Hall, Room 214

COMM 333 Tpc: Pixar Films
Course Description:
An investigation of selected themes, genres, directors, periods, or topics in mass media and cultural studies. Sample topics include "American Silent Film," "The Movies of 1939," "The Films of the Coen Brothers," "Women and Film," "The Documentary Tradition," and "The Western."
Prerequisite: COMM 101 or consent. May be repeated if the topic is different.
Meeting Information:
06/05/2017-06/29/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 09:00AM - 02:00PM, Clarke Hall, Room 125

COMM 221 Understanding Film
Course Description:
A survey of film as an artistic and cultural medium. The course explores film historically and aesthetically, considering aspects of film technology, style, narrative, genre, and ideology. Emphasis is placed on historically important films, filmmakers, and film movements, but contemporary trends are also addressed. Offered each spring.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/29/2017 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 06:00PM - 10:00PM, Clarke Hall, Room 118

ENVS 326 Environmental Policy Analysis
Course Description:
Examines environmental politics and policy by studying a set of substantive environmental policy issues to establish the issue context, define the policy problems, and evaluate alternative solutions.
Prerequisite: ENG 105 with a grade of C or higher. Identical to POLS 326. Offered each spring.
Meeting Information:
06/05/2017-06/28/2017 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 06:00PM - 10:00PM, Clarke Hall, Room 214

ENVS 283 Sem in Alaska: Sustainability
Course Description:
The natural laboratory of SE Alaska, together with collaborations with local experts and native elders, provides opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience with environmental issues. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the complexity of environmental issues and the interdisciplinary nature of the search for appropriate solutions. May be repeated for credit as topics change. Course fee required. Offered selected summers.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/30/2017 Travel Course Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

GER 344 Modern Germany Through Cinema
Course Description:
Focuses on the history, politics, society, and the culture of Germany in the years between the rise to power of Adolf Hitler (1933) and the present. Offered in selected semesters. Identical to GER 444. *GER 344 (H) GER 444 (I).
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/08/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 01:00PM - 04:30PM, Blocker Hall, Room 214

GER 444 Modern Germany Through Cinema
Course Description:
Focuses on the history, politics, society, and the culture of Germany in the years between the rise to power of Adolf Hitler (1933) and the present.
Prerequisite: junior status or consent. Offered in selected semesters. Identical to GER 344. *GER 344 (H) GER 444 (I).
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/08/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 01:00PM - 04:30PM, Blocker Hall, Room 214

HE 201 Safety and First Aid
Course Description:
Provides the general public with the knowledge and skills necessary to handle most emergency situations when first-aid care is needed. Incorporates personal safety and accident prevention information and acquaints students with the many causes of accidents so care can be taken to eliminate or minimize such causes. Offered fall and spring of odd-numbered years.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/16/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 09:30AM - 12:00PM, Batten Center, Room 228

MATH 210 Introductory Statistics
Course Description:
Introduces students to learning from data. Topics include the basics of data production, data analysis, probability, Central Limit Theorem, and statistical inference. Statistical software is used for data management, calculation, and visualization. No previous knowledge of statistics is required.
Prerequisites: Sophomore status or higher. Placement level B or A or H, or MATH 104 (C- or higher). Not appropriate for first-year students. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/15/2017 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 05:30PM - 09:20PM, Blocker Hall, Room 18

POLS 326 Environmental Policy Analysis
Course Description:
Examines environmental politics and policy by studying a set of substantive environmental policy issues to establish the issue context, define the policy problems and evaluate alternative solutions.
Prerequisite: ENG 105 with a grade of C or higher. Identical to ENVS 326. Offered each spring.
Meeting Information:
06/05/2017-06/28/2017 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 06:00PM - 10:00PM, Clarke Hall, Room 214

PSY 373 Child Development
Course Description:
An overview of biological, psychological, and environmental influences on human development in childhood, including current psychological theories, research, and real-world applications.
Prerequisites: PSY 101 or 102 and junior/senior psychology major. Offered fall of even-numbered years.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/16/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 11:30AM - 02:00PM, Clarke Hall, Room 215

PSY 450 Evolutionary Psychology
Course Description:
Examines how evolution has shaped behavioral, cognitive, and emotional mechanisms to help our hunter/gatherer ancestors cope with recurrent evolutionary problems. Students discuss why evolutionary approaches have met with such controversy, implications for understanding behavior in contemporary environments, and how culture and our evolved minds interact to produce behaviors.
Prerequisites: PSY 101 or 102 and junior/senior status. Offered fall of odd-numbered years.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/16/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 02:00PM - 04:30PM, Clarke Hall, Room 215

PSY 477 Hist & Systems of Modern Psy
Course Description:
An examination of psychology's evolution from its roots in vintage philosophical and biological concerns to its present diversity of research directions and areas of application that reveals the issues of substance and methodology that have systematically developed. Emphasizes analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of information. Especially useful to the psychology major seeking to identify a topic for the original research project (see PSY 480) and the non-major interested in an advanced but general coverage of fundamental psychological trends and perspectives.
Prerequisite: junior/senior status. Offered each fall.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/29/2017 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 06:00PM - 10:00PM, Clarke Hall, Room 215

RELST 250 Religion & Popular Culture
Course Description:
Introduces students to the role religion plays in creating and maintaining culture through such popular venues as motion pictures, television, sports, and fashion, as well as the impact of religious values on popular cultural expressions. Offered in selected Winter Sessions.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/16/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 01:00PM, Blocker Hall, Room 13

SOC 270 Social Prob & Social Solutins
Course Description:
A critical investigation of selected current social problems--their issues, causes, development, and alternative solutions. Offered each spring.
Meeting Information:
05/24/2017-06/28/2017 Lecture Monday, Wednesday 02:00PM - 06:00PM, Clarke Hall, Room 217

SOC 308 Visual Sociology
Course Description:
A survey of basic concepts in sociology as they are portrayed in selected motion pictures and music videos. Serves as a systematic application of sociological theory and practice.
Prerequisite: ENG 105 with a grade of C or higher any sociology course would be helpful but not required. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/29/2017 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 02:00PM - 06:00PM, Clarke Hall, Room 217

BIO 190 Diversity of Life
Course Description:
An integrated lecture/laboratory experience that introduces the diversity of the major groups of organisms on planet Earth including a survey of prokaryotes, protists, fungi, plants, and animals. Students examine living and preserved specimens and will visit local habitats. Lab activities include field trips, dissection, light microscopy, and SEM. Offered summer, on demand.
Meeting Information:
06/26/2017-07/21/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 04:30PM, Blocker Hall, Room 102

CHEM 120 Introductory Chemistry
Course Description:
An introduction to chemical principles, including atomic and molecular structure, states of matter, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, thermodynamics, and chemical equilibria. Most of the work is quantitative in nature. Emphasizes development of problem solving skills. Lecture four hours, laboratory three hours each week.
Prerequisites: Chemistry placement PL or PHSC 100 and Mathematics placement H, A, or B, or MATH 104 with a grade of C- or higher. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/16/2017 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:00AM - 11:30AM, Blocker Hall, Room 302 (more)...

CHEM 120 Introductory Chemistry
Course Description:
An introduction to chemical principles, including atomic and molecular structure, states of matter, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, thermodynamics, and chemical equilibria. Most of the work is quantitative in nature. Emphasizes development of problem solving skills. Lecture four hours, laboratory three hours each week.
Prerequisites: Chemistry placement PL or PHSC 100 and Mathematics placement H, A, or B, or MATH 104 with a grade of C- or higher. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/16/2017 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:00AM - 11:30AM, Blocker Hall, Room 302 (more)...

CHEM 489 Research in Natural Sciences
Course Description:
Offers students the opportunity to conduct original scientific research in an area of interest. Students work closely with one or more members of the natural science faculty to develop and conduct a research project, then present their findings orally during the semester's undergraduate research symposium and as a formal research paper. Students are encouraged to present their findings at a conference.
Prerequisites: junior/senior status and a major in the natural sciences, prior approval by the project advisor, and consent of the instructor. Students may enroll for 2 or 4 semester hours in a given semester. May be repeated for a maximum of 8 semester hours. Identical to BIO 489, CS 489, and EES 489. Offered each semester and most Winter Sessions (2 semester hours only).
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 Research Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedTo Be Announced, Room TBA

CJ 348 Delinquency & Juvenile Justice
Course Description:
An examination of the nature and scope of delinquency and of factors contributing to delinquent behavior. The role of social agents and agencies in prevention and treatment is also examined. Offered fall of odd-numbered years.
Meeting Information:
05/25/2017-08/17/2017 Lecture Thursday 06:00PM - 08:00PM, Batten Center, Room 237

CJ 388 Global Terrorism & Hmland Sec
Course Description:
An overview of the characteristics, causes and controls of global terrorism along with responses to it. Attention is given to counterterrorist responses, including U.S. Homeland Security.
Prerequisites: two criminal justice courses. Offered fall of odd-numbered years.
Meeting Information:
05/24/2017-08/23/2017 Lecture Wednesday 06:00PM - 08:00PM, Clarke Hall, Room 215

CJ 484 Internship in Crim Just & Soc
Course Description:
Practiced, supervised experience in direct student learning in applied social settings. Students learn how acquired knowledge and research writing skills can be applied to the workplace. Practical and applied learning through student performance in the applied setting gives the student a "competitive edge" for future community/workplace contribution.
Prerequisites: 18 hours of sociology or criminal justice and CJ 483 or SOC 483. Students must contact the department faculty to review full eligibility for this course. Identical to SOC 484. Offered each spring and summer.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedTo Be Announced, Room TBA

COMM 481 Internship in Communication
Course Description:
A significant, practical learning experience for the student of communication and, as such, a required component of the program of studies. Students may complete one or two internships as part of the major. All internships must be approved by the program coordinator. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

ENG 250 Tpc: What is Poetry
Course Description:
Selected topics that approach literature from various generic, historical, or methodological perspectives. Versions of the course may include several different media, but the focus is always on literature. At least 20 pages of writing are required including at least one documented essay.
Prerequisite: ENG 105 with a grade of C or higher. Offered most semesters.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/22/2017 Hybrid Tuesday 11:30AM - 01:30PM, Batten Center, Room 237

ENVS 106 Humans and the Environment
Course Description:
Examines environmental issues and their interactions with our society. Topics include cultural ties to the environment, food production, urban planning, biodiversity, and society's energy and water requirements. Although the course emphasizes a social systems perspective, environmental issues necessitate an interdisciplinary approach. Offered on demand.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/15/2017 Hybrid Tuesday 09:00AM - 11:00AM, Batten Center, Room 239

HE 201 Safety and First Aid
Course Description:
Provides the general public with the knowledge and skills necessary to handle most emergency situations when first-aid care is needed. Incorporates personal safety and accident prevention information and acquaints students with the many causes of accidents so care can be taken to eliminate or minimize such causes. Offered fall and spring of odd-numbered years.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/22/2017 Lecture Tuesday 06:00PM - 08:00PM, Batten Center, Room 228

MBE 389 Field Experience in Management
Course Description:
Students participate in an internship for at least 100 hours of field work undertaken after they complete a formal work and learning contract. All internships are reviewed by the department. Pass/fail grading.
Prerequisites: junior status a 2.5 GPA MBE 301, 316, or 322 preferably taken concurrently. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/22/2017 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 06:00PM - 09:30PM, Clarke Hall, Room 218

MBE 490 Independent Study in Managemnt
Course Description:
Students undertake an experience-based project and/or do specific reading, research, and report writing on a topic in management not covered through the regular curriculum. Requires the approval of a supervising professor within the department. Applications must be made no later than the end of the preceding semester. Credit: 1-4 semester hours per semester may be repeated for a maximum of 8 semester hours. Offered on demand, but preferably during the summer.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 GS,IR,TUT, Peer Coun Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

MBE 417 Internship Seminar
Course Description:
Integrates management theory, especially ethical analysis and action with general studies knowledge while enhancing business skills during a full-time internship. Weekly written and oral reports, two major reflection papers, and a strategic management simulation enhance learning.
Prerequisite: MBE 414 must co-register for MBE 416. Offered each spring.
Meeting Information:
05/24/2017-08/23/2017 Lecture Wednesday 06:00PM - 09:30PM, Clarke Hall, Room 218

MBE 416 Management Internship
Course Description:
Students implement their work-and-learning agreement devised in MBE 414 for full-time placement (16 weeks or a minimum of 600 total hours) as a pre-professional in their sponsoring organization. They gain practical experience in applying previously acquired knowledge and managerial skills. Students self-evaluate and are evaluated by their organizational supervisor. Pass/fail grading.
Prerequisite: MBE 414 must co-register for MBE 417. Offered each spring.
Meeting Information:
05/24/2017-08/23/2017 Internship Wednesday 06:00PM - 09:30PM, Clarke Hall, Room 218

MBE 315 Managing Diversity in Orgnztns
Course Description:
Promotes an awareness of cultural differences and positive attitudes toward these differences. Includes topics related to effective management of people who vary in race, gender, age, disability status, nationality, or sexual orientation.
Prerequisite: ENG 105 with a grade of C or higher. Offered fall of odd-numbered years.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 On-Line Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedVirtual, Room ONLINE

MBE 400 Seminar in Managerial Ethics
Course Description:
A course in which students construct for themselves a conceptual framework for examining and making decisions about ethical practices in managing organizations. Learning activities include self-evaluation exercises, class discussions, readings on ethical frameworks and applying them to cases, analytical issue papers, and oral reports.
Prerequisites: ENG 105 with a grade of C or higher, and MBE 301, 316, 322, senior status, or consent. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
05/30/2017-08/18/2017 On-Line Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

REC 342 Jr Intrnship Rec & Leisure St
Course Description:
Offers the opportunity to investigate the leadership, programming, operation, and management of leisure service agencies while gaining paid or volunteer experience. Through a comprehensive focus on individual areas of administration, the course is tailored to the individual needs of the student and agency to maximize experience and reflection.
Prerequisites: ENG 105 with a grade of C or higher and REC 204 or consent.Offered each semester and summer.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedTo Be Announced, Room TBA

REC 408 Sem in Rec & Leisure Studies
Course Description:
Exploration and discussion of current trends and innovations in recreation/leisure studies as identified by students. Students determine course content in collaboration with the instructor. One scheduled topic is leisure education.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 105 with a grade of C or higher, senior recreation and leisure studies major and consent. Lab fee required. Corequisite: REC 409. Offered each spring.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 Seminar Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedTo Be Announced, Room TBA

REC 409 Sr Intrnshp Rec & Leisure Stu
Course Description:
Field placement in an approved recreation or therapeutic recreation setting. Students intern under a trained recreation professional and participates in all phases of agency operation.
Prerequisite: REC 309. Corequisite: REC 408. Offered each spring and in summer on request.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedTo Be Announced, Room TBA

REC 409 Sr Intrnshp Rec & Leisure Stu
Course Description:
Field placement in an approved recreation or therapeutic recreation setting. Students intern under a trained recreation professional and participates in all phases of agency operation.
Prerequisite: REC 309. Corequisite: REC 408. Offered each spring and in summer on request.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedTo Be Announced, Room TBA

SOC 484 Internship in Crim Just & Soc
Course Description:
Practiced, supervised experience in direct student learning in applied social settings. Students learn how acquired knowledge and research writing skills can be applied to the workplace. Practical and applied learning through student performance in the applied setting gives the student a "competitive edge" for future community/workplace contribution.
Prerequisites: 18 hours of sociology or criminal justice, and CJ 483 or SOC 483. Students must contact the department faculty to review full eligibility for this course. Identical to CJ 484. Offered each spring and summer.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 Internship Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedTo Be Announced, Room TBA

SPAN 111 Beginning Spanish I
Course Description:
An introduction to the Spanish language and culture. Focuses on cultural aspects. Emphasizes the development of basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Audiovisual materials supplement the program.
Prerequisite: No previous instruction in Spanish. Offered each year.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-06/13/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 12:30PM, Blocker Hall, Room 214

SPAN 112 Beginning Spanish II
Course Description:
An introduction to the Spanish language and culture. Focues on cultural aspects. Emphasizes on the development of basic listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Audiovisual materials supplement the program.
Prerequisite: SPAN 111 with a grade of C or higher or proficiency as determined by the instructor. Offered each year.
Meeting Information:
06/14/2017-07/05/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 12:30PM, Blocker Hall, Room 214

SPAN 213 Intermediate Spanish
Course Description:
Development of conversational and writing skills through review of familiar and complex structures, and extensive oral-aural practice. Students attain fluency at a secondary level and the ability to interpret written material adequate for the level. The course also looks at general aspects of the Spanish-speaking world relevant to the understanding of its culture.
Prerequisite: SPAN 112 with a grade of C or higher. Co-requisite: consent determined by placement or other type of evaluation tool.
Meeting Information:
07/06/2017-07/26/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 09:00AM - 12:30PM, Blocker Hall, Room 214

STAB 300 Study Abroad
Course Description:
Students interested in studying abroad must see Dr. Sara Sewell in Lighthouse located on the first floor of Clarke Hall. This course is a place holder only. Actual credit will be determined upon receipt of the official transcript.
Meeting Information:
05/23/2017-08/23/2017 Study Abroad Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

APMU 113 Class Voice
Course Description:
Students will study basic vocal technique to that will help them sing in a variety of vocal styles. Students will be able to work in both ensemble and solo settings.Offered on demand. *Four semester hours must be completed to fulfill the general studies requirement.
Meeting Information:
07/24/2017-07/29/2017 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced

COMM 325 Organizational Communication
Course Description:
Examines all forms of communication in any profit or non-profit organization. Combines theory and practice to understand intended and unintended messages. Topics include culture, networking, impact of technology, medium and channel, and rhetorical purpose. Offered each spring.
Meeting Information:
07/10/2017-08/16/2017 On-Line Days to be Announced, Times to be AnnouncedVirtual, Room ONLINE

MATH 210 Introductory Statistics
Course Description:
Introduces students to learning from data. Topics include the basics of data production, data analysis, probability, Central Limit Theorem, and statistical inference. Statistical software is used for data management, calculation, and visualization. No previous knowledge of statistics is required.
Prerequisites: Sophomore status or higher. Placement level B or A or H, or MATH 104 (C- or higher). Not appropriate for first-year students. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
07/11/2017-08/15/2017 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 05:30PM - 09:20PM, Blocker Hall, Room 18

MUS 310 Tpc: Sacred Music Conference
Course Description:
An in-depth study of some aspect of sacred music including, but not limited to, hymnology and sacred choral literature, sacred music history, and choral directing, all within the context of a variety of religious traditions. May be repeated for credit as designated topics change. Offered each semester.
Meeting Information:
07/24/2017-07/29/2017 Lecture Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday 08:30AM - 10:00PM, Fine Arts/Theater, Room 9

POLS 355 Women, Power and Politics
Course Description:
Examines women in politics from an international perspective while answering the following questions: Why have some countries integrated women politically, while others have not? How do men and women differ politically, and how do these differences affect the political game? What policy issues dominate women's agendas? How do governments handle women's policy concerns?
Prerequisite: junior/senior status or consent. Offered spring of odd-numbered years.
Meeting Information:
07/10/2017-08/16/2017 Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday 09:00AM - 11:45AM, Clarke Hall, Room 214

WGS 219 Women in Culture and Society
Course Description:
Students examine conflicting definitions of gender, analyzing general patterns and the impact of gender on their own lives. Ideas about gender are contrasted with the real-life situations of women and men. Emphasizes the opportunities and difficulties that women of different races, classes, sexualities, and disabilities encounter in today's society. Offered each fall.
Meeting Information:
07/11/2017-08/15/2017 Lecture Tuesday, Thursday 09:30AM - 01:45PM, Batten Center, Room 228