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Feminist Theory Requirement

WOST 792/SOM 792 Feminist Theory: Organization and Diversity Ann Ferguson/Marta Calas Monday 7:00-9:30

Feminist Approaches to History, Literature or Social Science

COMM 794X Seminar-Intercultural Communication Leda Cooks Tuesday, Thursday 2:30-3:45

COMPLIT 691S Female Subject Elizabeth Petroff Tuesday, Thursday 1:00-3:00

COMPLIT 791A/ ENGL 891K/JUDAIC 491C Freud & Interpretation Jennifer Stone Tuesday 2:30-5:30

CONSTU 597B ST-Dress, Gender & Culture Susan Michelman Tuesday, Thursday 2:30-3:45

ECON 710 Political Economy III Nancy Folbre Wednesday 6:00-8:30 (by arrangement)

ENGL 891F The Autobiographical Novel Margo Culley Thursday 1:00-3:45

ENGL 891G Imagining History: the French Revolution and 19thC Lit. Christine Cooper Monday 1:25-3:55

FRENCH 627 Renaissance Lyric Poetry Sara Maddox Thursday 4:00-7:00

HIST 697B ST-Gender & Sexuality in European History 1500-1800 Margaret Hunt by arrangement

POLSCI 792A Political Theory Pat Mills Wednesday 2:30-5:00 (by arrangement)

POLSCI 797A Race, Culture & American Politics Dean Robinson Tuesday 3:00-5:30 (by arrangement)

Intercultural Perspectives

AFROAM 677/HIST 697C Slavery (Seminar) Manisha Sinha Thursday 2:00-4:30

AFROAM 691C Contemporary AfroAmerican Literature Esther Terry Thursday 10:00-12:30

ANTHRO 697C Anthropology of Whiteness Helan Page Wednesday 9:30-12:15