Love your GWSS class?

Take another course Spring 2013!

Registration begins November 13th for Spring - look into these great courses!

GWSS 3307 - Feminist Film Studies, 3cr

MW 1:00-2:15 with Jacqueline Schiappa

This course meets the Arts and Humanities and Diversity and Social Justice Requirements

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GLBT 3301/GWSS 3590 - GLBT Social Movements

W 6:20-8:50 with Elakshi Kumar

This course is a core requirement for the GLBT minor.

GWSS 3203W - Blood, Bodies and Science, 3cr

MW 2:30-3:45 with Michelle Garvey

This course meets the Technology and Society, Social Sciences and Writing Intensive Requirements

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GWSS 3002W - Gender, Race, and Class, 3cr

MW 11:15-12:30 with Zenzele Isoke

This course meets the Diversity and Social Justice and Writing Intensive Requirements. This course also has an honors section.

About the Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies

The Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Minnesota promotes scholarship that pushes established boundaries while providing a rich and rigorous undergraduate and graduate education that asks students to view the worlds around them with a curious, yet, critical lens.

Our undergraduate education provides students the tools to understand, negotiate, communicate in, and be leaders in a challenging, diverse, and increasingly more complex world. Our graduate program provides rigorous interdisciplinary training that enables students to conduct scholarly research and analysis both within and outside of academia. Our courses excite students by making clear how research, education, and social change go hand in hand.

The breadth and depth of our research and teaching interests—science, health, and environmental ethics; migration, race, and citizenship; collaboration, community, and feminist politics; race, class, and social inequities; sexuality, gender, and representation; globalization, culture, and power—are at the center of the University of Minnesota's mission. GWSS as a department offers students not just a chance to analyze the world, but to create means for revising and re-visioning society, and to learn how to imagine, envision, and enact social change in theory and praxis.