2420. Race, Class, Gender and Ethnicity. 3 hours. Social, cultural and economic perspectives on Native, African, Asian and Mexican Americans. Emphasizes work and family patterns for both women and men, racism and sexism and contemporary movements for equality. Satisfies the Cross-cultural, Diversity and Global Studies requirement of the University Core Curriculum. (Same as SOCI 2010.)
2620. Biological Principles of Women's Health. 3 hours. Fundamental principles of modern biology discussed within the context of women's health. Provides a foundation in biological principles with specific emphasis on topics that address the understanding of women's physiology. Topics include human genetics, metabolism, reproduction, neural organization and sexuality. This is an introductory course; however, successful completion of an introductory course in biology at the high school or college level will be helpful. Satisfies the Wellness requirement of the University Core Curriculum. (Same as BIOL 1024.)
2900. Special Problems. 1-3 hours.
3520. Psychological Dynamics of Women. 3 hours. Comparison of personality and cultural factors associated with gender. (Same as PYSC 3490.)
4100. Varieties of Feminist Thought. 3 hours. Survey and assessment of feminist and womanist thought from the early 19th century to the present. Examination of feminist social and political philosophy, including writings by liberal, radical, Marxist/socialist, ecological and African-American thinkers. Attention given to controversial issues in feminist thought, including current debates about pornography, prostitution, abortion and new reproductive technologies.
4240. Latinas In and Out of the Mainstream. 3 hours. Gender and cultural issues related to identity construction of Latinas and Latinos during the past thirty years. Focused primarily on women, issues include those related to gender-coded identity and sexual preference (including pre-Columbian notions of sexuality), machismo and marianismo, and immigration. Demographic patterns of Mexican-American, Puerto Rican and Cuban populations as they relate to the creation of Latinas and Latinos as a cultural denomination.
4260. Topics in Women's Studies. 3 hours. Studies in psychology, sociology, history, English literature and other subjects with a focus on either women's issues or the interaction of women and men in society. May be repeated for credit as topics vary.
4900. Special Problems. 1-3 hours.
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