FEMINIST PERSPECTIVES IN HISTORY, LITERATURE AND THE SOCIAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES

Anthro 797A Feminist Anthropology Tues 6:30-9:30 J. Urla

Comm 597C/ Educ 539 Film & Video Education Tues 4-6:30pm L. Brandon

ComHlth 614 International Hlth, Pop. and Dev. Mon 3:00-5:30 G. Cernada

Econ 567 Latin American Economic Development Tues, Thurs 1:00-2:15 C.D. Deere

Econ 697B/PubP&A 697B Family Policy Mon, Wed 11:00-12:15 N. Folbre

Educ 691E Social Issues in Educ. Mandatory mtg Fri 2/2/01 & 5/4/00 9am-5pm plus 2 wknds by arrangement. K.H. D'Errico

Educ 697A Women in Higher Education Tues 7:00-9:30pm M. Jablonski

Eng 891B Fiction & Criticism in Toni Morrison Wednesday 4:00-6:30 permission of instructor. M. Culley

Hist 797A US Cultural History 1789-1880 (4 credit) Thurs 9:30am-12:30 permission of instructor. K. Peiss

Labor 697N Labor & Politics Wednesday 9:00am-12:00 permission of instructor. E. Weinbaum

Span 756 Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz Wednesday 4:00-6:30 taught in Spanish. N. Scott

Wost 696 Feminist Lecture Series (1 credit) Wednesday 12:30-1:30 A. Ferguson


INTERCULTURAL PERSPECTIVE

Educ 752 Gender Issues in International Development Wednesday 4:00-6:30 S. Kamat

Hist 797B Native American (4 credit) Mon 3:35-6:35pm Permission of instructor. A. Nash

Hist 797D Slavery Wednesday 2:00-4:30pm permission of instructor. M. Sinha


Wost 691B Issues in Feminist Research Wednesday 10:10-12:30 A. Ferguson