Loyola University Maryland

Gender Studies

Approved Gender Studies Courses Current as of Fall 2015

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To determine which approved courses will be offered in the next academic term open Web Adviser and look for the drop down menu next to Course Types. Click on IG (for Gender Studies). This will generate a complete list. To determine when any particular course will next be offered, consult with the department offering the course.

AH200  Women in Art 
 AH202   African Art
 AH316   Realism and Impressionism
 CL329  Women in Greece and Rome
 DR 362/ WR 385  Contemporary Women Playwrights
 DR 362  Special Topics in Dramatic History/Literature, Queer Theater and Film
 EN203  Where the Heart is: Building a Home in American Literature
 EN307  Medieval Passion
 EN367  American Feminist Intellectuals
 EN371  At Home in the World: Place and Displacement in Contemporary Literature
 EN372  Poetry in Public
 EN379  Gender in American Literature
 EN383   Radicals and Pretenders: Bohemianism in Modern Literature
 FR351   French Women Writers of the Renaissance
 FR375  Women's Voices in the Francophone World
 GR358  Sexual Politics in German Drama
 HS329  Women in Greece and Rome
 HS367  Black Women in the Atlantic World
 HS389  Women and Social Change in Modern Africa
 HS390  Gender and Sexuality in Latin America (previously HS441)
 HS397 / HS448  Women and Gender in the Middle East
 HS414  Women in Europe
 IT351  Italian Women Writers of the Renaissance
 ML324  Representations of Women in Premodern Chinese Literature
 ML375  Women and Men in Twentieth-Century Latin American literature
 PL232  Philosophical Perspectives: Gender and Nature
 PL337  Philosophy and Feminism
 PL339  Twentieth-Century Women Philosophers
 PS364  International Relations through Non-Western Lenses
 PS352   Gender and Human Rights (forthcoming)
 PY256 Psychology of Gender
 PY353  Contemporary Issues in Psychology
 SC204  The Family
 SC210  Introduction to Gender Studies (Required for the minor)
 SC220  Sociology of Sexuality
 SC221  Sociology of Race, Class, and Gender
 SC341  Independent Study in Gender Studies
 SC361  Social Inequality
 SC421  Seminar: Race, Class, Gender, Sexuality
 SC422  Seminar: Gender, Sexuality and Capitalism
 SC430  Seminar: Gender and Justice
 SC434  Seminar: Women and Deviance
 SN335  Contemporary Spanish Literature: 1975 to the Present
 SN365  Latin American Essay and Early Cultural Studies
 SN370  Nineteenth-Century Latin American Novel
 SN380  Modernismo
 TH211 / CL226  Women in the Christian Tradition
 TH329  Medieval Women Authors
 TH354  Male and Female in the Kingdom of God: Contemporary Gender Perspectives on the Bible
 WR322  Gendered Rhetoric
 WR351  Art of the Essay: Women Writers

Study Abroad:  Some study abroad programs offer the opportunity to take gender studies course work.  For example, in the past several years, the Copenhagen program has offered, Human Trafficking in Global Context, Gender and Sexuality in Scandinavia, Gender Perspectives on Human Rights, Women. Art and Identity, and Prostitution and the Sex Trade in Europe. Students, please follow the instructions for qualifying a course from another institution for gender studies credit.  This is an important step to ensure that each course has the appropriate gender content and that you do not duplicate a course that you have already taken at Loyola.

*Previously approved courses taken prior to Fall 2015, will be honored for the classes of 2016, 2017 & 2018: CL211, CL301, CL334, EN211, EN302, EN389, HS301, HS334, ML375, PS392, PY351, SC104, SC207, SN375

**Previously approved courses taken prior to F2016 will be honored for the classes of 2017, 2018 and 2019: PY254 (Psychology of Women)