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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Women's and Gender Studies 988 Graduate Cognate Courses  

Graduate Cognate Courses

Students enrolled in the women's and gender studies graduate program may take cognate courses offered by other departments to enhance their area of concentration. Courses with a significant emphasis on gender, sexuality, and feminist thought are offered throughout the university.

Description for the courses listed below can be found elsewhereinthis catalog or in that of one of the professional schools.Studentsshould inquire at the office of the graduate program offeringaparticular course to determine the specific topic of the coursethatterm.


16:070:510.Social Implications of Gender Differences (3)

16:070:511.Anthropology of Gender (3)

16:070:516.Sexuality in a Cross-Cultural Perspective (3)

16:070:527.The Ethnology of Inequality: Race, Class, and Ethnicity (3)

16:070:548.Transnationalism and Globalization (3)

Art History

16:082:509.African Art and Architecture (3)

16:082:655.Problems in 20th-Century Art: Constructions of the Female Body (3)

16:082:657.Problems in Modern Art (3)

Communication, Information and Library Studies

16:194:664.Media and Culture (3)

16:194:665.Media and Politics (3)

Comparative Literature

16:195:502.Women and Writing (3)

16:195:611.Psychoanalytic Approaches to Literature (3)

16:195:612.Literature and the Social Order: Transnationalism and Globalization (3)

16:195:617.Topics in Advanced Literary Theory: Post- structuralism and Postmodernism (3)


16:300:595.The Psychology of Sex Differences (3)


16:350:509.Studies in Critical Methodologies: Poetry and Feminism (3)

16:350:510.Theories of Gender and Sexuality (3)

16:350:515.Myth, Religion, and Literature: The Bible and Feminist Imagination (3)

16:350:520.Studies in Film: Women and Film (3)

16:350:532.Gender and Sexuality in Medieval Literature and Culture (3)

16:350:551.Gender and Sexuality in 18th-Century Literature and Culture (3)

16:350:570.Gender and Sexuality in Victorian Literature and Culture (3)

16:350:574.Nineteenth-Century Discourses of Race, Nation, and Empire (3)

16:350:579.Studies in 19th-Century African-American Literature and Culture (3)

16:350:588.Twentieth-Century African-American Literature and Culture (3)

16:350:589.Studies in African-American Literature and Culture (3)

16:350:593.Studies in Ethnic American Literatures and Cultures (3)

16:350:605.Seminar: Feminist Theories and Controversies (3)

16:350:619.Seminar: Gender and Sexuality in Renaissance Literature (3)

16:350:636.Seminar: Jane Austen in Context (3)

16:350:648.Seminar: American Women Writers (3)

16:350:655.Seminar: Topics in African-American Literature and Culture (3)


16:420:664.Twentieth-Century French Poetry (3)

16:420:669.Studies in French Literature of the 20th Century: Gender and Genre (3)

16:420:679.Studies in Film and Film Theory (3)

16:420:682.Perspectives of Contemporary Criticism (3)


16:450:520.Women in the Urban Environment (3)

16:450:525.Restructuring of Central and Eastern Europe after 1989 (3)


16:470:662.German Feminist Writers (3)


16:510:519.Colloquium in Intellectual History (3)

16:510:523.Colloquium in Migration, Community, and Identity (3)

16:510:529.Topics in the History of Sexuality (3)

16:510:539.Colloquium in Women's and Gender History (3)

16:510:549.Seminar in the History of Women (3)

16:510:555.Problems and Directed Readings in American History I (3)

16:510:560.Problems and Directed Readings in Women's and Gender History (3)

16:510:563.Colloquium in African-American History (3)

Labor Studies

38:578:541.Women and Work (3)

38:578:551.Seminar in Minorities and Work (3)

Literature and Language

16:617:510.Introduction to Literary Theory (3)

16:617:514.Introduction to Film Theory and Analysis (3)

Political Science

16:790:578.Feminism in Postmodernity (3)

16:790:584.Themes in Feminist Theory in Politics (3)

16:790:587.Proseminar in Women and Politics (3)

16:790:588.Gender and Mass Politics (3)

16:790:589.Women and Political Leadership (3)

16:790:590.Gender and Political Theory (3)

16:790:591.Gender and Public Policy (3)

16:790:592.Politics, Development, and Women (3)

16:790:594.Women's Movements in Comparative Perspective (3)

16:790:596.Advanced Topics in Women and Politics (3)

16:790:635.French Feminist Theory (3)

16:790:672.Independent Study in Women and Politics (3)

Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology: Clinical Psychology

18:820:579.Gender and Psychotherapy (3)

Public Policy

34:833:680.Seminar in Public Policy: Planning Policy and Race (3)

School of Social Work

19:910:564.Women's Issues (3)

19:910:585.Issues in Social Policy: Children and Families (3)

16:610:646.Family Theory and Program Development (3)


16:920:528.Marriage and the Family (3)

16:920:570.Special Topics in Sociology: Social Inequality, Political and Economic Dimensions (3)

16:920:571.Special Topics in Sociology: Seminar in Gender and Sexuality (3)

16:920:602.Culture, Symbols, and Social Interaction (3)

16:920:614.Seminar in Race and Ethnic Relations (3)

16:920:618.Sociology of Gender (3)

16:920:632.Sociology of Work (3)

16:920:640.Sociological Perspectives on Feminist Theory (3)


16:940:539.Spanish Women Writers of the 19th and 20th Centuries (3)

16:940:660.Seminar: Advanced Topics in Hispanic Literature: Chicana (3)

Urban Planning and Policy Development

34:970:581.Gender and International Development (3)

34:970:701.Seminar in Urban Planning (3)

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