Previous Courses

Undergraduate & Graduate Courses

2018

2017

Fall 2017

GSWS 100-3 Sex Talk:  Introduction to Contemporary Issues in Sexuality Studies (B-Hum) | Leung
GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Campbell
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Distance Education
GSWS 204-3 Sex and the City | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 208-3 STT:  Diagnosing Difference: Race and Gender in Global
Medical Perspective
| Nye
GSWS 309-4 Gender and International Development | Zaman
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Seaton
GSWS 318-4 ST:  Political Representations of Women in Film and Literature  | Kotsovili
GSWS 320-4 Special Topics:  Gender, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Fitness Culture | Walcott-Francis
GSWS 333-4 Ruth Wynn Woodward Advanced Seminar:  Critical Nonsexualities | Przybylo
GSWS 399-4 Gender, Sex and Numbers (Q) | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 411-4 ST: Women, Property, and the Law in the Mediterranean | Doxiadis
GSWS 411-4 ST:  Dude, Where's My Body? Biopolitics, Biotechnologies, Bioecologies | Nye (if you have taken this course as GSWS 320, you can not take it for further credit.)

GSWS 811-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium I | Leung
GSWS 822-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory | Campbell
GSWS 830-5 ST:  Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman
GSWS 830-5 ST:  Oral History: Theory and Practices | Keough
GSWS 831-5 ST:  Dude, Where's My Body? Biopolitics, Biotechnologies, Bioecologies | Nye

Courses offered by Associate Members:

HIST 451-4 Oral History: Theories and Practices | Keough
HIST 454-4 Problems in the History of Sexuality | Chenier

2016

Summer 2016

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 210-3  Gender Today | Yoshizawa
GSWS 319-4 ST: Crippin' the Norm | Distance Education - Garner
GSWS 320-4 ST:  Feminist Television Studies | Patterson  (No class on May 9)
GSWS 321-4 ST:  On Women: European ideas and debates regarding women from Antiquity to the Present | Doxiadis

Intersession course by Dr. Claire Robson, GSWS Adjunct Faculty

GEOG 489-4 ST:  Queer Geography

***GSWS declared students can email jchen3@sfu.ca to have the Geography prereqs waived.
***This course may be used as designated credit towards GSWS programs - please email Roberta at gswsmgr@sfu.ca

2015

2014

Summer 2014

GSWS 101-3  Gender Talk | Distance Education
GSWS 210-3  Gender Today
| Bao
GSWS 316-4  Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Seaton

GSWS 813-3 STT-Professional Development Portfolio | Campbell

Courses taught by Associate Faculty Members:
EDUC 382-4: Diversity in Education: Theories, Policies, Practices
| Sensoy

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

Summer 2006

WS 101: Intro: Issues in Canada Distance Education
WS 314: Positioning Intersections: Race, Class and Gender Relations | Gracias
WS 320: Special Topic: Feminist Writing | Warland
WS 412-5: Women & Films: Films and Theories | Levitin

WS 823-5 Graduate Seminar: Feminist Art: Women & Films: Films and Theories

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

Fall 1998

WS 101-3  Introduction to Women’s Issues in Canada | Lebowitz
WS 200-3  Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective |  Zaman
WS 201-3   Women in Canada, 1600-1920: Crime, Sexuality and the Law | Rutherdale
WS 204-3   Women, Science and Technology (S & T) | MacDonald
WS 205-3  Women and Popular Culture | Levitin   
WS 207-3  Introduction to Feminist Theory | Wendell
WS 301-4  Special Topics:  Race, Class and Gender | Thobani
WS 302-4  Violence Against Women |Thobani
WS 303-4: Women and the Law:  Equality and Women’s Lives | Wood
WS 303-4 STT:  Bordering Women | Tobani
WS 307-4   History of Women in British Columbia:  First Nations Women in British Columbia | Rutherdale
WS 308-4 Women and Work:  Production and Reproduction | Zaman
WS 310-4 ST: Women, Creativity & Science Fiction | MacDonald      
WS 314-4 Feminist Literary Criticism | Denike
WS 410-4 ST:  The Politics of Everyday Life | Stewart 
WS 411-4 Feminist Psychoanalytic Theories: Maternal Political Action as a Challenge to Public-Private Dichotomies | Kimball


WS 800-5   Methodology in Women’s Studies Research | Wendell
WS 821-5 Feminist Psychoanalytic Theories: Maternal Political Action as a Challenge to Public-Private Dichotomies | Kimball
WS 822-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory | Stewart
WS 824-5   Violence Against Women | Thobani
WS 825-5  Women and Work: Production and Reproduction | Zaman
WS 830-5   ST: Women, Creativity & Science Fiction | MacDonald
WS 831-5   Special Topics:  Race, Class and Gender | Thobani
WS 833-5 STT:  Bordering Women | Tobani

                     

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