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History, Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, Global Asia, Humanities, Labour Studies, Sociology & Anthropology
Seats still available in FASS classes
Looking for a Lower-division class that develops the practice of microhistory through hands on research? Explore history by doing history in History 200-3: Making History with instructor Hilmar Pabel.
Or study the interconnections between heath and work in Labour Studies 230-3: Work and Health with instructor Jeannie Morgan.
Upper-division courses exploring global issues
Global Asia 400-4: South Asians in the Global Imagination
Instructor: Anushay Malik
Look at the transnational travels and networks of South Asian revolutionaries.
Humanities/History 476-4: History of Modern Greece
Instructor: Evdoxios Doxiadis
An introduction to the social and political history of modern Greece within a European context.
GSWS 431-4: Local Sex on Global Screen
Instructor: Novia Chen
Examine queer Asian cinema in the context of local and global cultures, and postcolonial and transnational perspectives.
Labour Studies 330-4: Labour in China
Instructor: Xinying Hu
Examine the impact of China’s economic and social transition on labour, including women, rural migrant workers, urban workers, and the unemployed.
Upper-division courses exploring current issues and modern social movements
Sociology and Anthropology 375-4: Labour and the Arts of Living
Instructor: Natasha Ferenczi
Through a global lens, study everyday ways that workers negotiate labour, international borders, and precarious employment.
GSWS 411-4: Feminist Media Studies
Instructor: Natasha Patterson
Explore popular media culture through a feminist lens. Examine issues of class, race, gender, and sexuality across a changing and global media landscape.