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Gender and Sexuality Courses 2004-2005

BMC Fall 2004 | HC Fall 2004
BMC Spring 2005
| HC Spring 2005

Fall 2004 at Bryn Mawr

ANTH 341 Cultural Perspectives on Marriage, Sex and the Family
ENGL 322 Love and Money
HIST 325 History of Sexuality
SOCL 225 Women in Society

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Fall 2004 @ Haverford

CLAS 217 Male and Female in Ancient Greece
ECON 224 Women in the Labor Market
ENGL 281 Fictions of Empire
ENGL/CML 302 Topics in Medieval English Literature: Speaking in Tongues
ENGL 364 Trauma, Reconstruction, and the Literary Event
GNPR 226 Sex and Gender on Film
GNPR 290 Knowing the Body: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Sex and Gender
GNPR 494 Senior Conference in Science and Society
PHIL 105 Love, Friendship, and the Ethical Life
POLS 235 African Politics
RELG 330 Seminar in the Religious History of African-American Women
SOCL 155 Foundations in Social Theory
SPAN/COML 352 Evita and Her Sisters

                                                 

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Spring 2005 @ Bryn Mawr

COML/FILM/GERM 245 Sexualities and Gender in 19th C. German Literature and Film
COML/FREN 302 Le printemps/parole/feminine
ENGL 210 Renaissance Literature: Performances of Gender
ENGL 330 Writing Indians: Sidekicking the American Canon
ENGL 369 Women Poets: Adrienne Rich, Sylvia Plath, Gwendolyn Brooks
ENGL 379 African Griotte
HART 108 Women/Feminism/History of Art
HIST 303 Topics in Social History: Medicine and Society in America: Differences Across Gender, Class, Ethnicity, and Culture
HIST 292 Women in Britain Since 1750
PHIL 221 Ethics

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Spring 2004 @ Haverford

ANTH 204 Anthropology of Gender
CSTS/COML 212 The Classical Tradition in Western Literature
ENGL 278 Contemporary Women Writers
GNPR/BIOL 252 Women, Medicine and Biology
HIST 204 History of American Women to 1870
POLS 123 American Politics: Difference and Discrimination
SOCL 155 Foundations of Social Theory
SPAN/COML 334 Gender Dissidence in Hispanic Writin


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