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SPRING 2018 COURSES
 
WGS 71600 – Research Methods in Women’s and Gender Studies
GC:   W, 11:45PM-1:45PM, 3 credits, Prof. D├ína-Ain Davis [38565]
Cross-listed with Anthropology.
 
WGS 71601 – Topics in Women’s and Gender Studies: Sexuality
GC:   M, 4:15PM-6:15PM, 3 credits, Prof. Juan Battle [38566]
Cross-listed with Sociology.

WSCP 81601 – Topics in Women’s and Gender Studies: Sexuality
GC:   M, 4:15PM-6:15PM, 3 credits, Prof. Juan Battle [38583]
Cross-listed with Sociology.
 
WSCP 81000 – Sociology of Disability
GC:   T, 6:30PM-8:30PM, 3 credits, Prof. Barbara Katz Rothman [38567]
Cross-listed with Sociology.
 
WSCP 81000 – Philosophy of Feminism: Gender and the Body
GC:   M, 2:00PM-4:00PM, 3 credits, Prof. Linda Alcoff [38568]
Cross-listed with Philosophy.
 
WSCP 81000 – History of Literary Criticism
GC:   T, 200PM-4:00PM, 3 credits, Prof. Charity Scribner [38569]
Cross-listed with Comparative Literature.
 
WSCP 81000 – Social Reproduction
GC:   T, 4:15PM-6:15PM, 3 credits, Prof. Cindi Katz [38570]
Cross-listed with Earth and Environmental Science.
 
WSCP 81000 – Postmodern Memoir: Mostly Women, Also Graphic
GC:   TH, 4:15PM-6:15PM, 2 or 4 credits, Prof. Nancy Miller [38571]
Cross-listed with English.
 
WSCP 81000 – The Black Radical Tradition
GC:   M, 2:00PM-4:00PM, 3 credits, Prof. Robyn Spencer [38572]
Cross-listed with History.
 
WSCP 81000 – Migrant and Immigrant NYC
GC:   T, 2:00PM-4:00PM, 3 credits, Prof. Margaret Chin [38573]
Cross-listed with Sociology.
 
WSCP 81000 – Black Women, Pop Culture, and the Pursuit of Happiness
GC:   F, 2:00PM-4:00PM, 3 credits, Prof. Bianca Williams [38574]
Cross-listed with Anthropology.
 
WSCP 81000 – Teaching Political Science
GC:   TH, 2:00PM-4:00PM, 3 credits, Prof. Alyson Cole [38575]
Cross-listed with Political Science.
 
WSCP 81000 – Black Listed: African American Writers and the Cold War Politics of Integration, Surveillance, Censorship, and Publication
GC:  T, 6:30PM-8:30PM, 2 or 4 credits, Profs. Cathy Davidson, Shelly Eversley, and Allison Guess [38576]
Cross-listed with English.
 
WSCP 8100 – Early Modern Trans History and Theory
GC:   T, 11:45AM-1:45PM, 2 or 4 credits, Prof. Will Fisher [38577]
Cross-listed with English.
 
WSCP 81000 – Edith Wharton: Texts and Contexts
GC:   M, 2:00PM-4:00PM, 2 or 4 credits, Prof. Hildegard Hoeller [38578]
Cross-listed with English.
 
WSCP 81000 – Somatic Austen
GC:   M, 11:45AM-1:45PM, 2 or 4 credits, Prof. Talia Schaffer [38579]
Cross-listed with English.
 
WSCP 81000 – The Hidden Curriculum of Gender and Sexuality in Schools: A Critical Race Theory Perspective
GC:   T, 6:30PM-8:30PM, 3 credits, Prof. Sherry Deckman [38580]
Cross-listed with Urban Education.
 
WSCP 81000 – Food, Culture, and Society
GC:   W; 6:30-8:30PM, 3 credits, Prof. Barbara Katz Rothman [38581]
Cross-listed with Sociology.
 
WSCP 81000 – Critical Perspectives on Childhood and Pedagogy
GC:   W, 4:15PM-6:15PM, 3 credits, Prof. Wendy Luttrell and Amita Gupta [38582]
Cross-listed with Urban Education.

WSCP 81000 – Introduction to Lesbian & Gay/Queer Studies
GC:   TH, 4:15PM-6:15PM, 3 credits, Prof. Matt Brim [38700]
Cross-listed with IDS.

WSCP 81000 – Taking Back the Land:  Black Social Movements in the Americas and the Caribbean
GC: Monday, 11:45-1:45PM, Rm. TBA, 3 credits, Professor Mamyrah Prosper [38724]
Cross-listed with Anthropology.

WSCP 81000 – Problems in French Literary History: The Novel.
GC: Room 4202.11, Tuesday, 4:15-6:15PM, Professor Domna Stanton [38725]
Course taught in French
Open to students outside of French, 2-4 credits. 
Cross-listed with French.