Loyola University Maryland

Gender Studies

Upcoming Course Offerings

Spring 2018

Course

Title

Instructor

Day and Time

TH211.01

Women in the Christian Tradition

Pamela Cochran

TTh 12:15-1:30

 

TH211.02

Women in the Christian Tradition

Pamela Cochran

TTh 1:40 – 2:55

EN389.01

Seminar: Read/Write Women 1890-1920

Jean Lee Cole

W 4:30 – 7:00

ML309D.01

Gender, Peace and Justice: Texts and Contexts

(2018 Capstone Course)

Yu Zhang

W 4:30 – 7:00

PL232.01

Philosophical Perspectives: Gender and Nature

Dale Snow

MWF 11:00 – 11:50

 

PL232.02

Philosophical Perspectives: Gender and Nature

Dale Snow

MWF 12:00 – 12:50

PY256.01

Psychology of Gender

Carolyn Maranari

TTH 1:40 – 2:55

SC361.01

Social Inequality

Jason Singh

TTH 10:50 – 12:05

SC366.01

Sociology of Sexuality

Barbara Vann

TTH 3:05 – 4:20

SC430.01

Seminar: Gender and Justice

Amanda Konradi

W 3:05 – 5:35

WR350

Art of Prose : Rachel Carson

Peggy O’Neill

TTH 12:15 – 1:30

Spring 2018 Capstone

ML309: Gender, Peace and Justice in East Asia: Texts and Contexts taught by Dr. Yu Zhang

Synopsis:  The course will provide a survey on the gendered representations and experiences in East Asia (China, Japan, North and South Koreas), as well as in other Asian regions and countries. Situating East Asian men and women in both regional and global contexts, this course will investigate how gender in East Asian has been (re)constructed, (re)institutionalized, (re)appropriated, as well as (re)interpreted in different socio-historical discourses.We will critically examine the past and the continuing changes on gender roles in family and society under the global influence. In each class, we will examine a wide variety of sources: literature, biography, autobiography, film, material culture, and art.

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