New Major Requirements

Requirements for American Studies Major, effective August, 2020

(Note: Students who have declared the major prior to August 2020 have a choice of fulfilling the major path as outlined below, or by way of the previous, concentration-based requirements.)

Students must complete with a grade of C or better:

  • AMST 2001 - Introduction to American Studies Credits: 3
  • AMST 3001 - Theories and Methods of American Studies Credits: 3
  • AMST 4000-level American Studies seminar, Credits: 3
  • 7 additional elective courses (Credits: 21), which must include:
    • 1 course from “Historical Approaches” category, Credits: 3 (See list)
    • 1 course from “Race/Ethnicity” category, Credits: 3 (See list)
    • 1 course from “Transnational/Regional” category, Credits: 3 (See list)

Additional Rules:

  • At least 2 of the 7 electives must be AMST courses. (Five AMST classes total.)
  • At least 3 of the 7 electives must be at the 3000-level or above. (Five 3000-level or above classes total.)

Note: If you have taken a class that you think might fulfill one of the below categories, but don’t see it listed here, you can petition the DUP (Jack Hamilton) to have the course count by sending along the syllabus.

 

Historical Approaches:

AMST 1050 – Slavery and Its Legacies

AMST 2422 – Point of View Journalism

AMST 2660 – Spirituality in America

AMST 2753 – Arts and Cultures of the Slave South

AMST 3221 – Hands-On Public History

AMST 3559 – Jim Crow America

AMST 3559– Multimedia Harlem Renaissance

AMST 4500- Stardom and American Cinema

ARTH 2471- Art Since 1945

ENGL 3150 – American Renaissance

ENGL 3430 – American Literature to 1865

ENGL 4500 – W.E.B. Du Bois

HIST 3281 – Genocide

HIST 3452- The Second World War

HIUS 2001 – American History to 1865

HIUS 2002 – American History Since 1865

HIUS 2052 – America and War Since 1900

HIUS 2053 – American Slavery

HIUS 3011 – The Colonial Period of American History

HIUS 3031 – The Era of the American Revolution

HIUS 3051 – The Age of Jefferson and Jackson, 1789-1845

HIUS 3071 – The Coming of the Civil War

HIUS 3072 – The Civil War and Reconstruction

HIUS 3161 – Viewing America, 1940-1980

HIUS 3162 – Digitizing America

HIUS 3171 – US Since 1945: People, Politics, Power

HIUS 3191 – American Jewish History

HIUS 3231 – The Rise and Fall of the Slave South

HIUS 3281 – Virginia History to 1900

HIUS 3471 – History of American Labor

HIUS 3490 – From Motown to Hip-Hop

HIUS 3641 – American Indian History

HIUS 3651 – Afro-American History to 1865

HIUS 3652 – Afro-American History Since 1865

HIUS 3654 – Black Fire

HIUS 3671 – History of the Civil Rights Movement

HIUS 3853 – From Redlines to Subprime: Race and Real Estate in the U.S.

MDST 3310 – Sound and Cinema

MDST 3375 – History of Music and Broadcasting in the U.S.

MDST 3903 – Media and Protest: The 1960s

MUSI 2070 – Popular Musics

MUSI 2120 – History of Jazz Music

PLAP – American Political Tradition

PLAP 3350 – American Congress

PLPT – American Political Thought to 1865

RELG 2150 – Religion in American Life and Thought to 1865

RELG 2160 – Religion in American Thought and Life from 1865 to the Present

WGS 3612 – Gender and Sexuality in the United States, 1865-Present

 

Race and Ethnicity:

AMST 1050 – Slavery and Its Legacies

AMST 2559 – Introduction to Native American Studies

AMST 2559 – Latinx Fictions and Film

AMST 2753 – Arts and Cultures of the Slave South

AMST 3180 – Introduction to Asian American Studies

AMST 3200 – African American Political Thought

AMST 3321 – Race and Ethnicity in Latinx Literature

AMST 3323 – Hemispheric Latinx Literature and Culture

AMST 3407 – Racial Borders and American Cinema

AMST 3470 – Cultures of Hip-Hop

AMST 3555 – Latinx Religions

AMST 3559– Multimedia Harlem Renaissance

AMST 3559 – Jim Crow America

AMST 3641 – Native America

AMST 4321 – Caribbean Latinx Lit and Culture 

AAS 1010 – Intro to African American Studies I

AAS 1020 – Intro to African American Studies II

AAS 2224 – Black Femininities and Masculinities in the US Media

AAS 2559 – The Souls of Black Folk

AAS 3500 – Intermediate Seminar in African-American & African Studies (Any)

AAS 3810 – Race, Culture, and Inequality

AAS 3853 - From Redlines to Subprime: Race and Real Estate in the U.S.

ANTH 2250 – Nationalism, Racism, Multiculturalism

DRAM 3070 – African American Theater

ENGL 3140 – African-American Literature II

ENGL 2572 – Black Writers in America

ENGL 4500 – W.E.B. Du Bois

ENGL 4500 – Black Queer Culture

HIEU 2102 – Modern Jewish History

HIEU 3692 – The Holocaust

HIST 3281 – Genocide

HIUS 2053 – American Slavery

HIUS 3641 – American Indian History

HIUS 3651 – Afro-American History to 1865

HIUS 3652 – Afro-American History Since 1865

HIUS 3654 – Black Fire

HIUS 3490 – From Motown to Hip-Hop

HIUS 3853 – From Redlines to Subprime: Race and Real Estate in the U.S.

MDST 3105 – Latino/a Media Studies

MDST 3760 - #BlackTwitter and Black Digital Culture

MUSI 2120 – History of Jazz Music

PLAP 3700 – Racial Politics

RELA 2850 – Afro-Creole Religion in the Americas

SOC 2442 – Systems of Inequality

SOC 3410 – Race and Ethnic Relations

SOC 4750 - Racism

 

Transnational/Regional:

AMST 2559 – Latinx Fictions and Film

AMST 2753 – Arts and Cultures of the Slave South

AMST 3323 – Hemispheric Latinx Literature and Culture

AMST 3407 – Racial Borders and American Cinema

AMST 3555 – Latinx Religions

AMST 3559 – Jim Crow America

AMST 3559– Multimedia Harlem Renaissance

AMST 3880 – Literature of the South

AMST 4401 – Literature of the Americas

AMST 4321 – Caribbean Latinx Lit and Culture 

AAS 3500 – Musical Fictions

AAS 3500 – Environmental Justice in the Mid-Atlantic

AAS 3500 – Encounters of the Modern Caribbean

ANTH 2250 – Nationalism, Racism, Multiculturalism

ENGL 3560 – Kafka and His Doubles

ENGL 4560 – Multiethnic American Fiction

HIEU 2102 – Modern Jewish History

HIEU 3692 – The Holocaust

HILA 200 – Colonial latin America, 1500-1824

HILA 2002 – Modern Latin America, 1824-present

HILA 3051 – Modern Central America

HIST 3281 – Genocide

HIST 3452- The Second World War

HIUS 3191 – American Jewish History

HIUS 3231 – The Rise and Fall of the Slave South

HIUS 3281 – Virginia History to 1900

HIUS 3456 – History of U.S. Foreign Relations Since 1914

MDST 3105 – Latino/a Media Studies

MDST 3115 - Breaking Bad: Once Upon a Time with the Pests

MDST 3310 – Sound and Cinema

MDST 4559 – Internet-Distributed TV in a Global Context

MESA 2110 – Intro to Middle East/South Asia Film History

MESA 3111 – Film Festivals and Global Media Cultures

AMST 3355 – Border Media

AMST 3465 – America and the Global South in Literature and Film

MDST 3105 – Latino/a Media Studies

MDST 3110 – Hollywood Goes to Asia

MDST 3584 – Global Cinema

RELA 2850 – Afro-Creole Religion in the Americas

SOC 3480 – Sociology of Globalization

SPAN 3420 – Survey of Latin American Literature I

SPAN 3430 – Survey of Latin American Literature II

WGS 3200 – Women, Gender, and Sports

 

Elective Courses

AAS 1010 Introduction to African American Studies I

AAS 1020 Introduction to African American Studies II

AAS 2224 Black Femininities and Masculinities in U.S. Media

AAS 2559 New Course: AAS

AAS 2559 Drinking Gourd to #BlackTwitter

AAS 2559 The Films of Spike Lee

AAS 2700 Festivals of the Americas

AAS 3500 Intermediate Seminar in AAS

AAS 3500 Black Fire: African American Expression

AAS 3500 Black Protest Narrative

AAS 3500 From Motown to Hip-Hop

AAS 4500 Advanced Seminar in African American and African Studies

AAS 4500 Criticial Race Theory

AAS 4500 Fictions of Black Identity

AAS 4501 Advanced Research Seminar in History and African American Studies

AAS 4501 Black Power

AMST 2100 Introduction to Asian American Studies

AMST 2210 Arts Harlem Renaissance

AMST 2220 Race Identity in America

AMST 2231 Native American Pop Culture

AMST 2233 Contemporary Native American Literature

AMST 2300 Introduction to U.S. Latino Studies

AMST 2321 Latinx Fiction and Film

AMST 2420 Cultural Landscapes of the U.S.

AMST 2422 Point of View Journalism

AMST 2462 Language & New Media

AMST 2470 Disney

AMST 2500 Major Works for American Studies

AMST 2500 American Photography Since 1945

AMST 2500 Art of Disney

AMST 2500 The Big House

AMST 2500 Chinese American Language, Culture and Identity

AMST 2500 Christian America

AMST 2500 Digital American Studies

AMST 2500 Harlem Stories

AMST 2559 New Course in American Studies (Select Course Topics)

AMST 2559 Intersectionality and the Media

AMST 2559 – Intro to Native American Studies

AMST 2753 Arts and Cultures of the Slave South

AMST 3180 Introduction to Asian American Studies

AMST 3354 Race and Media

AMST 3355 Border Media

AMST 3407 Racial Borders and American Cinema

AMST 3425 American Material Culture

AMST 3460 Reading America

AMST 3462 Harlem Stories

AMST 3463 Language and New Media

AMST 3465 America and the Global South

AMST 3559 New Course: AMST

AMST 3559 Black Protest Narrative

AMST 3559 Gender, Things, and Difference

AMST 3559 Identity, Space, and Public Art

AMST 3559 Indigenous Histories of Place

AMST 3559 Magic Tales Across the Americas

AMST 3559 Race and Cartoons

AMST 3559 Race and Crime in Ethnic Literature

AMST 3559 Race, Inequality, and Cities

AMST 3559 Science and Democracy in America

AMST 3630 Vietnam War in Literature and Film

AMST 3740 Cultures of Hip-Hop

AMST 3880 Literature of the South

AMST 4403 Transamerican Encounters

AMST 4410 Censorship

AMST 4430 Documentary Film and the South

AMST 4440 Apocalypse in American Culture

AMST 4470 American Film Noir

AMST 4472 Hollywood Cinema: 1930s

AMST 4474 Stardom and American Cinema

AMST 4500 Seminar in American Studies (Select Course Topics)

AMST 4500 Digital Archive: Social Justice

AMST 4500 Politics of Reproduction in the U.S.

AMST 4500 Race, Space, Culture

AMST 4500 Sports and Transnational Culture

AMST 4500 Theories of American Space

AMST 4559 New Course: AMST

AMST 4559 Politics and Literature

ANTH 2153 North American Indians

ANTH 2365 Art and Anthropology

ANTH 2500 Cultures, Regions, Civilizations (Select Course Topics)

ANTH 2500 Anthropology of the Caribbean

ANTH 2557 Culture Through Film (Select Course Topics)

ANTH 2557 Language and Cinema

ANTH 2559 New Course: ANTH

ANTH 2559 Internet: Another Country

ANTH 2590 Social & Cultural Anthropology (Select Course Topics)

ANTH 2590 Racially Conscious Societies

ANTH 3155 Anthropology of Everyday American Life

ANTH 3175 Native American Art: The Astor Collection

ANTH 3450 Native American Languages

ANTH 3830 North American Archaeology

ARH 3701 Early American Architecture

ARH 3702 Later American Architecture

ARH 3703 19th-Century American Architecture

ARH 3704 20th-Century American Architecture

ARH 4500 Special Topics in Architectural History (Select Course Topics)

ARH 4500 UVa History: Race and Repair

ARH 4591 Undergraduate Seminar in the History of Architecture (Select Course Topics)

ARH 4591 Strategies of Interpretation

ARTH 2273 Disneyland

ARTH 2275 Heroes, Superheroes, and American Visual Culture

ARTH 2471 Art Since 1945

ARTH 2559 New Course: ARTH

ARTH 2559 Minimalist and Conceptual Art

ARTH 2745 African American Art

ARTH 2751 American Art to the Armory Show

ARTH 2752 American Art Since Reconstruction

ARTH 2753 Arts and Cultures of the Slave South

ARTH 3559 New Course: ARTH (Select Course Topics)

ARTH 3559 Jacob Lawrence

ARTH 3591 Art History Colloquium (Select Course Topics)

ARTH 3591 Alexander Calder and Modern Art

ARTH 3591 American Art and Culture 1950s

ARTH 3595 Art History Practicum (Select Course Topics)

ARTH 3595 Jacob Lawrence Museum Practicum

ARTH 4591 Seminar in the History of Art (Select Course Topics)

ARTH 4591 American Modernisms

ARTH 4591 Calder: Physics and Poetry

ARTH 4591 Plantation South 1650-1850

ARTH 4591 Skyscraper!

ARTH 4591 Stardom and American Cinema

DRAM 2080 Circus in America

DRAM 2810 Cinema as an Art Form

DRAM 3070 African American Theatre

DRAM 3600 Modern American Drama

DRAM 3810 Cinema as Art Form

DRAM 3830 History of Film I

DRAM 3840 History of Film II

DRAM 3850 History of Film III

ENAM 3160 Realism and Naturalism in America

ENAM 3500 Studies in American Literature (All Course Topics)

ENAM 3559 New Course in American Literature (Select Course Topics)

ENAM 3559 Cross-Cultures of Harlem

ENAM 3559 Faulkner

ENAM 3559 The Long 1970s

ENCR 5559 New Course: ENCR (Select Course Topics)

ENCR 5559 Queer Race Theory

ENGL 2504 Major Authors of American Literature (All Course Topics)

ENGL 2506 Studies in Poetry (Select Course Topics)

ENGL 2506 Contemporary (American) Poetry

ENGL 2507 Studies in Drama (Select Course Topics)

ENGL 2507 Contemporary American Drama

ENGL 2570 Modern American Authors (All Course Topics)

ENGL 2572 Black Writers in America (All Course Topics)

ENGL 3430 American Literature to 1865

ENGL 3434 The American Renaissance

ENGL 3436 Sex and Sentiment

ENGL 3440 African American Literature I

ENGL 3560 Studies in Modern and Contemporary Literature (Select Course Topics)

ENGL 3560 American Modernisms

ENGL 3560 Contemporary Jewish Fiction

ENGL 3560 Post-9/11 American Cultures

ENGL 3560 Transatlantic Modernism

ENGL 3570 Major American Authors (All Course Topics)

ENGL 3572 Studies in African American Literature and Culture (All Course Topics)

ENGL 3572 Black Protest Narrative

ENGL 3640 Game of Thrones

ENGL 3672 Modern Drama II

ENGL 3701 American Literature Since 1865

ENGL 3710 Literature of the South

ENGL 3722 African American Literature II

ENGL 3730 American Literature of the 20th Century

ENGL 3740 Introduction to Asian American Studies

ENGL 3741 Asian-American Fiction

ENGL 3762 Major African-American Poets

ENGL 3783 American Short Novel

ENGL 3920 The Dark Side of Hollywood: Film Noir

ENGL 3924 Vietnam War Lit and Film

ENGL 4500 Advanced Studies in American Literature (Select Course Topics)

ENGL 4500 American Drama

ENGL 4500 American Writers and World War II

ENGL 4500 America's Greatest Hits

ENGL 4500 Autobiography and Nationalism

ENGL 4500 Ethnic American Fiction

ENGL 4500 Ethnic Women's Fiction

ENGL 4500 Literature of the West

ENGL 4500 Modern Love in the U.S.

ENGL 4500 Poe, Whitman, Dickinson

ENGL 4500 Writing an American Self

ENGL 4560 Advanced Studies in Modern and Contemporary Literature (Select Course Topics)

ENGL 4560 Contemporary Poetry

ENGL 4560 The Current American Novel

ENGL 4560 Four American Poets

ENGL 4560 Visual Culture in Lit, Drama, Film

ENGL 4580 Advanced Studies in Literary Criticism (Select Course Topics)

ENGL 4580 Critical Race Theory

ENGL 4580 Race in American Places

ENGL 4580 Race, Space, Culture

ENGL 4580 Theories of American Space

ENGL 4590 Advanced Studies in Literary Genres (Select Course Topics)

ENGL 4590 Modern American Short Story

ENSP 4500 Advanced Studies in Special Topics (Select Course Topics)

ENSP 4500 Censorship

ENSP 4559 New Course: ENSP

ENSP 4559 American Writers in Paris

ENWR 3500 Black Women's Writing and Rhetoric

HIEU 2102 Modern Jewish History

HILA 2002 Modern Latin America, 1824 to Present

HILA 3051 Modern Central America

HILA 3061 History of Modern Brazil

HILA 3111 Public Life in Modern Latin America

HIST 3162 War and Society in the 20th Century

HIST 3201 History Museums and Interpretation

HIST 3559 New Course in HIST (Select Course Topics)

HIST 3559 Gordon Parks and American Photography

HIST 4501 Major Seminar in HIST (Select Course Topics)

HIST 4501 The Sixties and Photography

HIST 5920 History of Documentary Photos

HIUS 2001 American History to 1865

HIUS 2053 American Slavery

HIUS 3131 The Emergence of Modern America, 1870-1930

HIUS 3150 Salem Witch Trials

HIUS 3151 United States Society and Politics, 1900-1945

HIUS 3161 Viewing America, 1940-1980

HIUS 3162 Digitizing America

HIUS 3171 U.S. Since 1945

HIUS 3232 The South in the 20th Century

HIUS 3471 History of American Labor

HIUS 3491 Rural Poverty in Our Time

HIUS 3559 New Course: HIUS (Select Course Topics)

HIUS 3559 From Motown to Hip Hop

HIUS 3559 Viewing the South

HIUS 3611 Gender and Sexuality in America to 1865

HIUS 3612 Gender and Sexuality in America Since 1865

HIUS 3641 American Indian History

HIUS 3652 Afro-American History Since 1865

HIUS 3654 Black Fire

HIUS 3671 History of the Civil Rights Movement

HIUS 4501 Seminar in US History (Select Course Topics)

HIUS 4501 Black Power

MDST Courses (some courses restricted to MDST majors; check SIS)

MDST 2000 Introduction to Media Studies

MDST 2010 Introduction to Digital Media

MDST 2200 Introduction to Film

MDST 2502 Special Topics in Film Genre (Select Course Topics)

MDST 2502 American Gangster Films

MDST 2810 Cinema as an Art Form

MDST 3050 History of Media

MDST 3104 News and the Construction of Reality

MDST 3105 Latina/o Media Studies

MDST 3106 History of U.S. Broadcasting

MDST 3115 Breaking Bad

MDST 3140 Mass Media and American Politics

MDST 3206 Documentary Film

MDST 3300 Global Media

MDST 3306 Gender, Class, Race in the Teen Film

MDST 3402 War and the Media

MDST 3404 Politics and New Media

MDST 3407 Racial Borders and American Cinema

MDST 3409 LGBTQ Issues in the Media

MDST 3410 Media Ethics

MDST 3501 Special Topics: Directors and Auteurs (Select Course Topics)

MDST 3501 Films of Woody Allen

MDST 3501 Films of Welles & Hitchcock

MDST 3502 Special Topics in Film Genre (Select Course Topics)

MDST 3502 Screening Terrorism

MDST 3502 Watching Detectives

MDST 3503 Issues and Controversies

MDST 3505 Special Topics: Diversity and Identity in Media (Select Course Topics)

MDST 3505 Race and Sound in American Culture

MDST 3559 New Course: MDST

MDST 3559 Breaking Bad

MDST 3559 Media Policy and Law

MDST 3559 Melodrama

MDST 3600 Women and Television

MDST 3601 Screening History

MDST 3640 American Gangster Film

MDST 3650 Shooting the Western

MDST 3680 News Media

MDST 3830 History of Film I

MDST 3840 History of Film II

MDST 3850 History of Film III

MDST 3701 New Media Culture

MDST 4105 Media and Citizenship

MDST 4106 Media and the Kennedy Era

MDST 4110 Gender Non-Conformity in Media

MDST 4200 Sex and Gender Go To The Movies

MDST 4559 New Course: MDST (Select Course Topics)

MDST 4559 Media and Citizenship

MUSI 2070 Popular Musics

MUSI 2080 American Music

MUSI 2110 Music in Everyday Life

MUSI 2120 History of Jazz Music

MUSI 2600 Jazz Improvisation

MUSI 2700 Music and Politics

MUSI 3040 20th and 21st Century Music

MUSI 3050 Music and Discourse

MUSI 3120 Jazz Studies

MUSI 4510 Cultural and Historical Studies (Select Course Topics)

MUSI 4510 Media and Popular Music

MUSI 4510 Music in Asian America

MUSI 4512 Studies in Jazz Literature

MUSI 4525 Music of Multicultural America

PLAN 1010 Introduction to Urban and Environmental Planning

PLAN 3060 Law, Land, and the Environment

PLAN 3310 History of Cities and Planning

PLAN 3500 Race, Inequality, and Cities

PLAP 2250 American Political Tradition

PLAP 3140 Mass Media and American Politics

PLAP 3190 Judicial Process and Policy-Making

PLAP 3270 Public Opinion and American Democracy

PLAP 3350 American Congress

PLAP 3370 Workshop in Contemporary American Electoral Politics

PLAP 3810 Constitutional Interpretation: Separation of Powers and Federalism

PLAP 3820 Civil Rights and Civil Liberties

PLAP 4140 Gender and American Political Behavior

PLAP 4141 Biology, Culture, Policies, and Politics

PLAP 4180 Political Advertising and Democracy

PLAP 4360 Campaigns and Elections

PLAP 4601 Democracy in America

PLIR 4380 America in a World Economy

PLPT 3200 African American Political Thought

PLPT 4030 Democratic Theory

PLPT 4070 Liberalism and it Critics

PLPT 4305 American Political Thought

RELA 2850 Afro-Creole Religion in the Americas

RELC 2215 Momonism and American Culture

RELC 2401 History of American Catholicism

RELC 2559 New Course in Christianity (Select Course Topics)

RELC 2559 Kingdom of God in America

RELC 3150 Salem Witch Trials

RELC 3215 American Religious Innovation

RELC 3559 New Course in Christianity (Select Course Topics)

RELC 3559 African Americans and the Bible

RELC 3804 American Catholic Social Thought

RELG 2160 Religion in America Since 1865

RELG 2190 Religion and Modern Fiction

RELG 2370 Religion After Jefferson

RELG 2660 "Spiritual But Not Religious": Spirituality in America

RELG 3150 Salem Witch Trials

RELG 3200 Martin, Malcolm, and America

RELG 3315 Jefferson and Religion

RELG 3360 Conquests and Religions

RELG 3559 New Course in Religious Studies

RELG 3559 Religion and War in Modern America

RELG 3559 Weird Things: Paranormal Belief in America

RELG 3780 Faulkner and the Bible

RELG 3800 African American Religious History

RELG 4220 American Religious Autobiography

RELG 4500 Majors Seminar (Select Course Topics)

RELG 4500 Modern American Marriage

RELG 4500 Religious Liberalism

SOC 2442 Systems of Inequality

SOC 2470 American Society and Popular Culture

SOC 2520 Death and Dying

SOC 3056 Culture and Power

SOC 3306 Gender, Class, and Race in the Teen Film

SOC 4010 Sociology of Music

SOC 4070 Sociology of Art

SOC 4100 Sociology of the African-American Community

SOC 4140 Sociology of Consumption

SOC 4380 Violence and Media

SOC 4420 Sociology of Inequality

SPAN 3430 Survey of Latin American Literature II (1900 to Present)

SPAN 4310 Latin American Women Writers from 1900 to the Present

SPAN 4319 Borges

SPAN 4320 Contemporary Latin American Short Fiction

SPAN 4321 Contemporary Latin American Novel

SPAN 4710 Latin American Culture and Civilization

SPTR 3850 Fiction of the Americas

WGS 2224 Black Femininities and Masculinities in Media

WGS 2300 Women and Gender in the Deaf World

WGS 2897 Gender Violence and Social Justice

WGS 3105 Issues in LGTBQ Studies

WGS 3110 Queer American History

WGS 3200 Women, Gender, and Sports

WGS 3310 Sexuality, Gender, and Media

WGS 3370 Feminism in America

WGS 3440 Gender and Multiculturalism

WGS 3611 Gender and Sexuality in the United States, 1600-1865

WGS 3612 Gender and Sexuality in the United States, 1865-Present

WGS 3800 Queer Theory

WGS 3810 Feminist Theory

WGS 4140 Gender and Political Behavior

WGS 4200 Sex and Gender Go To The Movies

WGS 4610 LGBTQ Communities

WGS 4800 Gender-Based Violence