Previous Courses

2022

2021

Fall 2021 courses

GSWS 100-3 Sex Talk:  Introduction to Contemporary Issues in Sexuality Studies (B-Hum) | Leung
GSWS 100-3 Sex Talk:  Introduction to Contemporary Issues in Sexuality Studies (B-Hum) REVISED | Shearman (Distance Education)
GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Patterson (FASS One Surrey)
GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) REVISED | Shearman (Distance Education)
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Walks (Distance Education)
GSWS 208-3 STT:  Diagnosing Difference: Race and Gender in Global Medical Perspective | Nye
GSWS 305-4 Gendering Economy: Paid and Unpaid Labour | Morgan
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Farrales
GSWS 314-4 Race, Class and Gender | Zaman (Vancouver)
GSWS 319-4 D200 ST:  Heroines in Greece and Beyond:  Political Representations of Women in Film and Literature | Kotsovili
GSWS 320-4 ST: Global Trans Health | Saria (Vancouver)
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Introduction to Porn Studies | Saria
GSWS 321-4 ST: Queer Relations:  Intimacy, Kinship, and Community Across Asian North America | Attewell
GSWS 322-4 Feminist Approaches to Research | Nye (REMOTE)
GSWS 333-4 Environment, Colonization, and Global Capitalist Dispossession | Salimjan
GSWS 398W-4 Feminist Currents | Patterson
GSWS 411-4 D100 ST:  Gendering Environment | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 433-4 Gender, Violence, Resistance | Marchbank (Surrey)

 

GSWS 811-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium I | Leung
GSWS 822-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory  REVISED | Marchbank (Surrey)
GSWS 824-5 Gender, Violence, Resistance | Marchbank (Surrey)
GSWS 830-5 G100 ST:  Gendering Environment | Muller Myrdahl

2020

Fall 2020

GSWS 100-3 Sex Talk:  Introduction to Contemporary Issues in Sexuality Studies (B-Hum) | Leung
GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Patterson (FASS One Surrey)
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) REVISED | Marchbank
GSWS 200-3 Feminism without Borders REVISED | Walks
GSWS 205-3 Gender and Popular Culture | Patterson
GSWS 308-4 Gendering Economy: Paid and Unpaid Labour | Morgan
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Distance Education
GSWS 318-4 D100 ST: Gender and Celebrity Culture | Patterson
GSWS 318-4 E100 ST:  Feminisms Engaging Nonhumans | Yoshizawa
GSWS 319-4 D100 ST:  Heroines in Greece | Kotsovili
GSWS 319-4 E100 ST: Gender, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Fitness Culture | Walcott-Francis
GSWS 320-4 D100 ST: Global Trans Health | Saria
GSWS 321-4 D100 ST: Graphic Sex: Gender and Sexuality in Comics - REVISED | Nye
GSWS 399-4 Gender, Sex and Numbers | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 411-4 D100 ST:  Gendering Environment | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 411-4 E100 ST:  Women in Cities:  A Critical Intersectional Practice | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 414-4 Dude, Where's My Body? Biopolitics, Biotechnologies, Bioecologies | Nye

GSWS 811-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium I | Leung
GSWS 822-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory | Marchbank (Surrey)
GSWS 830-5 G100 ST:  Gendering Environment | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 831-5 G100 ST:  Dude, Where's My Body? Biopolitics, Biotechnologies, Bioecologies | Nye (Priority seats to GSWS students)

Summer 2020

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 201-3 Colonizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspective, 1600-1870  | Pattison
GSWS 210-3 Gender Today | Walcott-Francis
GSWS 314-4 Race, Class and Gender| Zaman
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Sigurdson
GSWS 318-4 ST:  Gender and Memory in Global Asia  | Salimjan
GSWS 319-4 ST:  Crippin' the Norm | Distance Education
GSWS 320-4 ST:  Drag Cultures:  From Riots to RuPaul | Boulay
GSWS 398W-4 Feminist Currents  | Distance Education
GSWS 399-4 Gender, Sex and Numbers  | Muller Myrdahl

GSWS 831-5 ST: | Salimjan

Spring 2020

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education  Updated Course Outline due to COVID 19
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Marchbank Updated Course Outline due to COVID 19
GSWS 200-3 Feminism without Borders | Walks Updated Course Outline due to COVID 19
GSWS 204-3 Sex and the City | Muller Myrdahl Updated Course Outline due to COVID 19
GSWS 211-3 STT:  Introduction to Gender in Indigenous Literature and Film | Scudeler
GSWS 311-4 Modernizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspective, 1870s-1970s | Pattison  Updated Course Outline due to COVID 19
GSWS 314-4 Race, Class and Gender | Zaman
GSWS 315-4 Critical Disability Studies | Nye
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Nye
GSWS 318-4 ST: Drag Cultures:  From Riots to Rupaul | Boulay
GSWS 319-4 ST:  Migration, Gender, and Health in Canada and Beyond | Walks Updated Course Outline due to COVID 19
GSWS 320-4 D100 ST:  Feminist Rage and Popular Misogyny | Patterson Updated Course Outline due to COVID 19
GSWS 321-4 D100 ST: Family and Youth in Scotland | McCullough
GSWS 321-4 D200 ST:  Introduction to Porn Studies: The Poetics and Politics of Sex| Saria
GSWS 331-4 Queer Genders | Shearman
GSWS 335W-4  Through a Gendered Lens | Marchbank (Surrey) Updated Course Outline due to COVID 19
GSWS 431-4 Local Sex on Global Screen | Leung


GSWS 800-5 Toolkit for GSWS Research | Muller Myrdahl Updated Course Outline due to COVID 19
GSWS 812-3 Professional Development Colloquium II | Leung
GSWS 826-5 Graduate Seminar on Queer/Trans Studies | Saria
GSWS 831-5 ST:  Feminist Rage and Popular Misogyny | Patterson

Other courses of interest:

WL 402-4  Stories of Modernity | Seigneurie

2019

Fall 2019

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 210-3 Gender Today  REVISED | Bittner    
GSWS 306-4 Gender, Sexuality and Autobiographical Media | Walks (Surrey)
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Distance Education
GSWS 318-4 ST: Gender and Celebrity Culture | Patterson
GSWS 319-4 ST:  Heroines from Greece | Kotsovilii
GSWS 320-4 ST:  Forty Years of AIDS:  Fatigue, Failure, and Fantasies | Saria
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Sex Work:  Local Issues in Global Context | Shearman
GSWS 322-4 Feminist Approaches to Research | Nye
GSWS 330-4  Masculinities | Marchbank (SRYE)
GSWS 333-4 Ruth Wynn Woodward Advanced Seminar:  Gender and Ethnicity in Modern China
 | Salimjan
GSWS 341-4 History of Women in Europe: Ideas and Debates from the Renaissance to the Present | Doxiadis
GSWS 414-4 Dude, Where's My Body? Biopolitics, Biotechnologies, Bioecologies | Nye
(if you have taken this course as GSWS 320 or 411, you can not take it for further credit.)

GSWS 811-3 Professional Development Colloquium I | Leung
GSWS 822-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory | Marchbank
GSWS 830-5 ST:  Sex Work:  Local Issues in Global Context | Shearman
GSWS 831-5 ST:  Dude, Where's My Body? Biopolitics, Biotechnologies, Bioecologies | Nye

 

Courses offered by Associate Faculty:

HIST 454-4 Oral History of Lesbians and the Women's Movement | Chenier

Summer 2019

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 205-3 Gender and Popular Culture | Shearman
GSWS 309-4 Gender and International Development | Zaman
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology (SFU NOW) | Yoshizawa
GSWS 319-4 ST:  Crippin' the Norm | Distance Education
GSWS 320-4 ST:  Islamic Feminisms| Syed
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Race and Sexuality| Badesha
GSWS 398W-4 Feminist Currents | Distance Education
GSWS 399-4  Gender, Sex and Numbers | Muller Myrdahl (Intersession) (Q)

GSWS 830-5 ST:  Gender and International Development | Zaman
GSWS 844-5 Directed Studies II | Muller Myrdahl


Courses offered by Associate Members:

ENGL 398-4  Major Authors for Non-Majors | Solomon

Spring 2019

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Marchbank
GSWS 200-3 Feminism without Borders | Koolen
GSWS 210-3 Gender Today | Anderson
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Distance Education
GSWS 314-4 Race, Class and Gender | Zaman
GSWS 315-4 Critical Disabilities Studies | Nye
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology (B-Hum/Soc/Sci)
| Nye
GSWS 318-4 ST:  Fat Studies | Yoshizawa
GSWS 319-4 ST:  Sport through a Feminist Lens | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 320-4 ST:  Gender, Environment and Climate Justice | Anderson
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Family and Youth in Scotland| McCullough
GSWS 329-3 STT:  Sexuality and Gender: Indigenous Perspectives | Scudeler
GSWS 331-4 Queer Genders | Shearman
GSWS 398W-4 Feminist Currents | Distance Education
GSWS 405-4 Theoretical Issues in Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies | Boulay
GSWS 433-4 Gender, Violence, Resistance | Marchbank


GSWS 800-5 Methodology in Women's Studies Research | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 812-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium II | Leung
GSWS 824-5 ST: Gender, Violence, Resistance | Marchbank
GSWS 826-5  Graduate Seminar on Queer/Trans Studies | Leung

 

Courses offered by Associate Faculty:

HIST 451-4 Oral History: Theories and Practices | Keough  
HIST 454-4 Problems in the History of Sexuality (Queering Marriage) | Chenier  
     
HIST 882 Oral History: Theories and Practices | Keough

2018

Fall 2018

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 201-3 Colonizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspective, 1600-1870s | Koolen
GSWS 204-3 Sex and the City | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 309-4 Gender and International Development | Zaman
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman
GSWS 317-4 Bread Riots to Riot Grrls: Gender, Resistance and Protest in Historical Perspective | Shearman
GSWS 318-4 ST:  Reproductive Justice and Rights | Yoshizawa
GSWS 319-4 ST:  Warrior Women | Kotsovili
GSWS 320-4 D100 ST: Gender in Indigenous Literature & Film | Scudeler
GSWS 320-4 D200 ST: Sex Work:  Local Issues in Global Context | Shearman
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Greek Heroines | Kotsovili
GSWS 330-4 Masculinities | Marchbank (Surrey)
GSWS 333-4 Ruth Wynn Woodward Advanced Seminar:  Intersectional Feminist Journal Praxis | Przybylo
GSWS 350-4 Public Policy for Women | Muller Myrdahl
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 411-4 ST: Women, Property, and the Law in the Mediterranean | Doxiadis

GSWS 811-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium I | Leung
GSWS 822-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory | Marchbank
GSWS 830-5 G100 ST:  Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman
GSWS 830-5 G200 ST:  Warrior Women | Kotsovili
GSWS 831-5 G100 ST:  Dude, Where's My Body? Biopolitics, Biotechnologies, Bioecologies | Nye
GSWS 831-5 G200 ST:  Intersectional Feminist Journal Praxis | Przybylo

Summer 2018

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 204-3 Sex and the City | Distance Education
GSWS 205-3 Gender and Popular Culture | Patterson
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Seaton (SFU NOW)
GSWS 318-4 ST:  Sport through a Feminist Lens | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 319-4 ST: Crippin' the Norm | Distance Education
GSWS 320-4 ST:  Feminisms Engaging with Nonhumans | Yoshizawa
GSWS 321-4 ST:  On Women: European ideas and debates regarding women from Antiquity to the Present | Doxiadis
GSWS 411-4 ST:  Gendering Environment | Muller Myrdahl

GSWS 830-5 ST:  Sport through a Feminist Lens | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 831-5 ST:  Gendering Environment | Muller Myrdahl

Spring 2018

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 200-3 Feminism without Borders | Koolen
GSWS 205-3 Gender and Popular Culture | Patterson
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Distance Education
GSWS 314-4 Race, Class and Gender | Zaman
GSWS 315-4 Critical Disabilities Studies | Nye
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology (B-Hum/Soc/Sci)
| Nye
GSWS 318-4 Special Topics:  Fat Studies | Yoshizawa
GSWS 319-4 Special Topics:  Islamic Feminisms | Syed
GSWS 320-4 ST:  Creation & Re-Creation of the DTES | Keough
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Family and Youth in Scotland | McCullough
GSWS 327-4 Aboriginal Women in Canada | Reder
GSWS 398W-4 Feminist Currents | Distance Education
GSWS 405-4 Feminist Theory | Boulay
GSWS 411-4 Sexuality and Women in Muslim Societies | Ghazal

GSWS 800-5 Methodology in Women's Studies Research | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 812-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium II | Leung
GSWS 830-5 ST:   Race, Class and Gender Relations  | Zaman
GSWS 831-5: ST: Critical Disabilities Studies | Nye

Other Courses:

ENGL 208-3 Literatures of Displacement, Migration, and Belonging in the 21st Century | Kim
LBST 330 Paid and Unpaid Labour
 | Zaman (Vancouver)
SA 203-4: Violence in War and Peace | Dossa
SA 319-4: Transnational Aging | Dossa

ENGL 843-4 Studies in Colonial, National, and Diasporic Literatures Critiquing Multiculturalism | Kim

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

Summer 2017

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 204-3 Sex and the City | Distance Education
GSWS 205-3 Gender and Popular Culture | Patterson
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Seaton (SFU NOW)
GSWS 319-4 ST: Crippin' the Norm | Distance Education
GSWS 320-4 ST:  Sex Work:  Local Issues in Global Context | Shearman
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Intergenerational Queer Activism:  Criical Art and Community Engagement | Robson
GSWS 411-4 ST:  Gendering Environment | Muller Myrdahl - Intersession

GSWS 831-5 ST:  Gendering Environment | Muller Myrdahl

Spring 2017

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Marchbank
GSWS 205-3 Gender and Popular Culture | Patterson
GSWS 210-3 Gender Today | Yoshizawa
GSWS 309-4 Gender and International Development | Zaman (Harbour Centre)
GSWS 314-4 Race, Class and Gender | Zaman
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology
 (B-Hum/Soc/Sci)
| Seaton
GSWS 317-4 Bread Riots to Riot Grrls: Gender, Resistance and Protest in Historical Perspective | Anderson
GSWS 319-4 ST:  Gender & Sport | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Critical Disability Studies | Nye
GSWS 322-4 Feminist Approaches to Research | Nye
GSWS 335W-4 Through A Gendered Lens (B-Soc) | Marchbank
GSWS 350-4 Public Policy for Women | Hu
GSWS 398W-4 Feminist Currents  | Distance Education
GSWS 431-4 Local Sex on Global Screen | Leung

GSWS 800-5 Methodology in Women's Studies Research | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 812-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium II | Leung
GSWS 820-5 Graduate Seminar in Women's History | Keough
GSWS 830-5: ST:  Gender and International Development  | Zaman

2016

Fall 2016

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 200-3 Feminism without Borders | Thobani
GSWS 204-3 Sex and the City | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Distance Education
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Nye
GSWS 318-4 ST:  Political Representations of Women in Film and Literature  | Kotsovili
GSWS 319-4 ST:  From Fractured Fairy Tales to Dystopian Futures:  Queer and Feminist Popular Literature and Media for Youth | Bittner (Harbour Centre)
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Culture and Embodiment: Disrupting Body Dualisms | Seaton
GSWS 323-4 STT - Staging Gender and Identity in Biographical Drama | Colby (Harbour Centre)
GSWS 350-4 Public Policy for Women | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 411-4 (D200) ST: Women, Property, and the Law in the Mediterranean | Doxiadis

GSWS 811-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium I | Marchbank
GSWS 822-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory| Marchbank - Surrey
GSWS 826-5 Graduate Seminar on Queer/Trans Studies | Leung
GSWS 830-5 ST Public Policy for Women |
Muller Myrdahl

Courses taught by Associate Faculty Members:

ENGL 486W-4 Topics in Gender, Sexuality and Literature (From the Man in the Moon to the Boss in the Pants: Women and Comedy, 1660-2016) | Solomon

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 gsws-archivemgr@sfu.ca

Spring 2016

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Marchbank
GSWS 200-3 Feminism without Borders | Capperdoni
GSWS 204-3 Sex and the City | Shearman
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Seaton
GSWS 318-4 ST:  "Man's Best Friend?":  Feminisms Engaging with Nonhumans | Yoshizawa (VANCOUVER)
GSWS 319-4 ST:  Train Wrecks, Gold Diggers, and Yummy Mummies:  Feminism and Contemporary Celebrity Culture | Patterson
GSWS 320-4 ST:  "Dude, Where's My Body?" | Nye
GSWS 327-4 Aboriginal Women in Canada | Reder
GSWS 330-4 Masculinities | Crawford
GSWS 398W-4 Feminist Currents | Distance Education
GSWS 411-4 ST: Women, Property, and the Law in the Mediterranean | Doxiadis
GSWS 433-4 Gender, Violence, Resistance | Marchbank

GSWS 812-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium II | Marchbank
GSWS 824-5: Graduate Seminar on Women and Social Policy | Marchbank
GSWS 830-5 Selected Topics Graduate Seminar I | Nye

2015

Fall 2015

GSWS 100-3 Sex Talk:  Introduction to Contemporary Issues in Sexuality Studies (B-Hum) | Bittner
GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Campbell
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Distance Education
GSWS 210-3 Gender Today: Gender Representation in Film | Chen
GSWS 306-4 Gender, Sexuality and Autobiographical Media | Colby
GSWS 308-4 Women in the Economy: Paid and Unpaid Labour | Zaman
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman - Distance Education
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Seaton
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Critical Disability Studies | Nye
GSWS 333-4 Ruth Wynn Woodward Advanced Seminar:  Food-Writing: Queering the Culinary | Crawford
GSWS 411-4 ST:  Transgender Before Transgender: The British Novel 1891-1993| Crawford

GSWS 811-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium I | Marchbank
GSWS 822-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory| Marchbank - Surrey
GSWS 831-5 Selected Topics Graduate Seminar II | Zaman

Summer 2015

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 205-3 Gender and Popular Culture | Bao
GSWS 320-4 ST:  A Womb of One’s Own?: Feminisms Engaging Reproduction | Yoshizawa
GSWS 398W-4 Feminist Currents | Leung - Distance Education

Spring 2015

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Marchbank
GSWS 205-3 Gender and Popular Culture | Crawford
GSWS 309-4 Gender and International Development | Zaman
GSWS 311-4 Modernizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspective, 1870s-1970s | Keough
GSWS 314-4 Race, Class and Gender | Zaman
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | Seaton (SFU NOW at Vancouver)
GSWS 321-4 Special Topics:  Queering Borders: Exploring Sexuality in Migration, Transnationalism, and Globalization| Fobear
GSWS 330-4 Masculinities | Crawford
GSWS 331-4 Queer Genders | Crawford
GSWS 398W-4 Feminist Currents | Capperdoni (outline updated)
GSWS 411-4 (D200) ST: Women, Property, and the Law in the Mediterranean | Doxiadis
GSWS 411-4 (D100) ST:  Gendering Environment | Cancelled

GSWS 812-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium II | Leung
GSWS 830-5 ST:  Gender and International Development | Zaman
GSWS 831-5 ST:  Queer Genders | Crawford

2014

Fall 2014

GSWS 100-3 Sex Talk:  Introduction to Contemporary Issues in Sexuality Studies | Leung
GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Crawford
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Distance Education
GSWS 204-3 Sex and the City | Crawford
GSWS 308-4 Women in the Economy: Paid and Unpaid Labour | Zaman
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman
GSWS 320-4 ST:  Opinion, Propaganda and Political Communication | Ahadi
GSWS 321-4 ST:  Creation & Re-Creation of the Downtown Eastside | Keough
GSWS 322-4 Feminist Approaches to Research | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 333-4 Ruth Wynn Woodward Advance Seminar (Gender, Place & Culture: Feminist interventions in urban studies) | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 399-4 Numeracy, Gender and Cultures | Cancelled

GSWS 800-5 Methodology in Women's Studies Research | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 811-3 GSWS Graduate Professional Development Colloquium I | Leung (AQ 5119)
GSWS 822-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory | Marchbank
GSWS 831-5 ST:  Women in the Economy: Paid and Unpaid Labour | Zaman

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

Spring 2014

GSWS 101-3 Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 102-3 Feminist Action (B-Hum)|
 Marchbank
GSWS 204-3 Sex and the City | Crawford SURREY
GSWS 205-3 Women and Popular Culture
 | Crawford
GSWS 306-4 Women's Autobiographies, Memoirs and Journals | Leung VANCOUVER
GSWS 309-4 Gender and International Development | Zaman
GSWS 314-4 Race, Class and Gender
| Zaman
GSWS 320-4 Special Topic:  Learning to "play":  Gender and Sexuality in Canadian Sport | Falls
GSWS 321-4 Special Topic: Gendering Environment | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 327-4 Aboriginal Women in Canada
 | Sessional
GSWS 330-4 Masculinities | Crawford
GSWS 331-4 Queer Genders | Leung
GSWS 350-4 Public Policy for Women | Griffin Cohen
GSWS 411-4 D100 Special Topic: Oral History: Practicum | Keough
GSWS 411-4 E100 Special Topic: Young Women Civic Leaders | Murray  VANCOUVER
GSWS 412-5 Women and Film | Levitin  VANCOUVER
GSWS 432-4 Sex and the Sixties | Campbell  VANCOUVER

GSWS 823-5 Women and Film | Levitin  VANCOUVER
GSWS 830-5 G100 Public Policy for Women | Cohen
GSWS 830-5 G200 Gender and International Development | Zaman

2013

Fall 2013

GSWS 100-3  Sex Talk: Introduction to Contemporary Issues in Sexuality Studies | Leung
GSWS 101-3  Gender Talk
 | Campbell
GSWS 102-3  Feminist Action | Distance Education
GSWS 205-3  Women and Popular Culture | Crawford
GSWS 311-4  Modernizing Women: Canadian Women, 1870s-1970s | Keough
GSWS 312-4  Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman
GSWS 320-4  ST: Gender, Political Communications and Media | Murray
GSWS 322-4  Feminist Research Methods | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 333-4  RWW Advanced Seminar | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 398W-4  Feminist Currents | Crawford
GSWS 431-4  Local Sex on the Global Screen | Leung

GSWS 822-5  Feminist Theory | Campbell
GSWS 830-5  Local Sex on the Global Screen | Leung

Summer 2013

GSWS 101-3  Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 204-3  Sex and the City | Jade Boyd
GSWS 316-4  Disciplining Sex (B-Hum, B-Soc, B-Sci) | Seaton
GSWS 318-4  ST:  Women and Local Leadership | Murray
GSWS 320-4  ST:  The Creation and Re-creation of the Downtown Eastside | Keough

 

Spring 2013

GSWS 101-3  Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 102-3  Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Shearman
GSWS 201-3  Colonizing Women | Campbell
GSWS 205-3  Women and Popular Culture | Mansbridge
GSWS 306-4  Women's Autobiographies, Memoirs and Journals | Leung
GSWS 309-4  Gender and International Develoment | Zaman
GSWS 314-4  Race, Class, and Gender | Zaman
GSWS 320-4  ST: Cripping the Norm:  Disabiilty Studies and its intersections | Garner
GSWS 321-4  ST:  Qualitative Methods in Feminist Research | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 331-4  Queer Genders | Leung
GSWS 412-5  Women and Film | Levitin VANCOUVER

GSWS 823-5  Women and Film | Levitin VANCOUVER
GSWS 830-5  Grad Seminar:  Gender and International Development | Zaman
GSWS 831-5  Special Topics | Muller Myrdahl

Course Offerings by Associate Faculty
CRIM 333-3  Gender, Law and the State | Burtch
CRIM 334-3  Law & Human Reproduction | Burtch

2012

Fall 2012

GSWS 100-3: Sex Talk (B-Hum) | Leung
GSWS 101-3: Gender Talk (B-Soc)
 | Campbell
GSWS 102-3: Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Distance Education
GSWS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman
GSWS 316-4: Disciplining Sex (B-Hum, B-Soc, B-Sci) | Seaton
GSWS 333-4: Ruth Wynn Woodward Advanced Seminar | Muller Myrdahl
GSWS 398W-4: Feminist Currents | Leung
GSWS 399-4: Numeracy, Gender and Cultures | MacGregor

GSWS 822-5: Feminist Theory | Campbell
GSWS 831-5: Gender, Migration and Citizenship | Zaman

Course Offerings by Associate Faculty
HIST 115-3: History of Sexuality | Chenier

Summer 2012

GSWS 101-3: Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 204-3: Sex and the City | Stewart
GSWS 319-4: Fashioning Gender | Stewart
GSWS 320-4: ST Gender and Sport | Travers
GSWS 321-4: ST Gender, the Arts and the Arab Diaspora | Olwan 

GSWS 844-5: Colloquium | Murray

Course Offerings by Associate Faculty
PHIL 332-3 ST: Philosophy and Feminism: Women, Men, Reason, Beauty
 | Shapiro
POL 419-4 ST: Sex, Love, & Politics from Classical Greece to Contemporary Times | Fuji Johnson

Spring 2012

GSWS 101-3: Gender Talk (B-Soc) | Distance Education
GSWS 102-3: Feminist Action (B-Hum) | Shearman
GSWS 200-3:Women In Cross-Cultural Perspectives | Bukhari SURREY
GSWS 205-3: Women in Popular Culture | Patterson
GSWS 209-3: Gender Business | Murray
GSWS 308-4: Women and the Economy: Paid and Unpaid Labour | Zaman
GSWS 309-4: Gender and International Development | Zaman
GSWS 311-4: Modernizing Women | Campbell
GSWS 316-4 Disciplining Sex (B-Hum, B-Soc Sci, B-Sci) | Seaton VANCOUVER
GSWS 320-4: ST: Cripping the Norm: Disability Studies and its Intersections | Garner
GSWS 330-4: Masculinities | Boyle
GSWS 333-4: RWW Advanced Seminar: Contemporary Debates on Feminism and Islam | Olwan
GSWS 350-4: Public Policy for Women | Cohen
GSWS 398W-4: Feminist Currents | Leung
GSWS 412-5: Women and Film | Levitin VANCOUVER
GSWS 433-4: Gender, Violence and Resistance | Marchbank SURREY

GSWS 820-5: Women's History | Campbell VANCOUVER
GSWS 823-5: Graduate Seminaro: Feminist Art/LIterary Criticism | Levitin VANCOUVER
GSWS 824-5: Graduate Seminar on Women and Social Policy: Gender, Violence and Resistance | Marchbank SURREY

Course Offerings by Associate Faculty
HIST 115-3: The History of (Western) Sexuality
 | Chenier

2011

Fall 2011

GSWS 100-3:  Sex Talk:  Intro to Contemporary Issues in Sexuality Studies (B-Hum) Leung (previously GDST 200)
GSWS 101-3: Gender Talk (B-Soc)
 | Campbell (previously WS 101)
GSWS 102-3: Feminist Action(B-Hum) - Distance Education (previously WS 102)
GSWS 204-3: Sex and the City | Stewart
GSWS 312:4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman (SURREY)
GSWS 314-4: Race, Class and Gender Relations | Zaman
GSWS 317-4: Bread Riots to Riot Grrls: Gender, Resistance and Protest in Historical Perspective | Campbell (VANCOUVER)
GSWS 318-4: ST: Misogyny | Sensoy
GSWS 319-4: ST: Fashioning Gender | Stewart
GSWS 320-4: ST: Cripping the Norm: Disability Studies and its Intersections | Garner
GSWS 399-4 Numeracy, Gender, Culture (Q) | MacGregor
GSWS 405-4: Theoretical Issues in Women's Studies | Olwan
GSWS 431-4: Local Sex on the Global Screen | Leung (VANCOUVER)

GSWS 822-5: Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory | Olwan
GSWS 830-5: ST: Local Sex on the Global Screen | Leung (VANCOUVER)
GSWS 831-5: ST: Fashioning Gender | Stewart

Course Offerings by Associate Faculty
EDUC 382-4: Diversity in Education

EDUC 438-4: Education and Popular Culture 
EXPL 310W-3: Selected Topic I: Interdisciplinary Studies of Gender (This course may be used towards a GSWS Major/Minor.)
HIST 451-4: Oral History: Theories and Practices

 

Summer 2011

WS 101-3 Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada | Distance Education
WS 301-4 Women, Poverty and the Media (Intersession) | Levitin
WS 302-4 Special Topic: Gender and Health (Intersession) | Cacchioni
WS 320-4 Changing the Game: Women, Power and Politics | Murray

WS 830-5 Women, Poverty and the Media (Intersession) | Levitin

Spring 2011

GDST 300-4 Mapping Masculinities | Leung
GDST 303-4 Gender, Violence and Resistance
 | Marchbank

WS 101-3 An Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada (B-Soc)
 | Kang Dhaliwal
WS 102-3 Western and Global Feminisms (B-Hum) | Distance Education 
| Pentney
WS 208-3 Feminist Research Methods
 | Zaman
WS 301-4 ST: Women and Reality TV
 | Patterson
WS 306-4 Women's Autobiographies, Memoirs and Journals: Autobiographies of Transsexuality, Illness, and Disability
 | Garner
WS 312-4 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration
 | Zaman
WS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology (B-Hum, B-Soc, B-Sci)
 | MacGregor
WS 327-4 Aboriginal Women in Canada
 | Reder
WS 333-4 Ruth Wynn Woodward Seminar: Medicalization of Sex
 | Cacchioni
WS 334-3 Law and Human Reproduction (identical to CRIM 334)
 | Shearman

WS 824-5 Graduate Seminar: Medicalization of Sex | Cacchioni (section G100 - Burnaby)
WS 824-5 Graduate Seminar: Gender, Violence and Resistance | Marchbank (section G200 - Surrey)
WS 830-5 Selected Topics Graduate Seminar I: Community Based Service: Activisim
 | Murray
WS 831-5 Selected Topics Graduate Seminar II: Gender, City and the Imaginary
 | Murray

Course Offerings by Associate Faculty
SA 203-4 Violence in War and Peace
 | Dossa
SA 319-4 Culture, Ethnicity and Aging
 | Dossa

2010

Fall 2010

GDST 200-3:  Thinking About Gender (B-Hum) | Leung

WS 101-3: An Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada (B-Soc) (Distance Education)
WS 102-3:  Introduction to Western Feminisms (B-Hum)
 | Capperdoni
WS 205-3: Women and Popular Culture | Patterson (click here for full course syllabus)
WS 314-4 Race, Class and Gender Relations (revised) 
| Hong
WS 316-4 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology (B-Hum, B-Soc, B-Sci) 
| Nicki (click here for full course syllabus)
WS 320-4: Public Policy for Women | Cohen (click here for full course syllabus)

WS 398W-4 Feminist Currents (W) | Walcott-Francis
WS 405-4:  Theoretical Issues in Women’s Studies
 | Capperdoni
WS 412-5:  Women and Film, Films and Theories
 | Levitin

WS 822-5 Feminist Theory | Leung
WS 823-5 Graduate Seminar in Feminist Art/Literary Criticism 
| Levitin
WS 830-5 Selected Topics Graduate Seminar I
 | Cohen

Course Offerings by Associate Faculty
CMNS 423-4: Globalization: Cultural Issues 
| McAllister
EXPL 310W-3: Selected Topic I: Interdisciplinary Studies of Gender
 (This course may be used towards a GDST Minor.)
EDUC 100: Questions and Issues in Education 
| Sensoy
EDUC 438: Education & Popular Culture 
| Sensoy
SA 840-2: Graduate Seminar | Travers

Summer 2010

GDST 302-4 STT - Fashioning Gender (click here for full course syllabus) | Stewart

WS 101-3: An Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada (B-Soc) (Distance Education)
WS 204-3: Sex and the City: La Parisienne, Sex Symbol of Paris (Click here for full course syllabus) | Stewart
WS 301-4: Women from Africa: Cultures, Identities, Representations | Capperdoni
WS 410-4: STT- Pirate Writing: Radiophonic Strategies for Feminist Consciousness Raising | Murray

 

Spring 2010

GDST 301-4: Queer Genders | Capperdoni
GDST 303-4: STT: Gender, Violence and Resistance | Marchbank

WS 101-3: An Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada (B-Soc) (Distance Education)
WS 102-3: Introduction to Western Feminisms (B-Hum) | Capperdoni
WS 200-3: Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective | Clark
WS 202-3: Modernizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspectives, 1870s-1970s. | Campbell Full course syllabus
WS 205-3: Women and Popular Culture: Showgirls: Performance, Embodiment and Sexuality - Day | Shearman
WS 205-3: Women and Popular Culture: Showgirls: Performance, Embodiment and Sexuality - Evening | Shearman
WS 207-3 Introduction to Feminist Theory | Capperdoni
WS 310-4: Who's Your Momma: Earth, Women and Duty | Claxton
WS 317-4: Bread Riots to Riot Grrls | Campbell Full course syllabus
WS 320-4: Changing the Game: Women, Power and Politics | Murray

Course Offerings by Associate Faculty
CRIM 334-3  Law and Human Reproduction | Burtch
HIST 812-5 History of Sexuality | Chénier
EXPL 150-3 Introduction to Research Approaches in the Social Sciences 
| Marchbank
HIST 206-3 Japan since 1868 | Matsumura
HIST 471-4 Not Just Geisha: Women in Japanese History, 1600-1952 | Matsumura
HIST 104-3  The Americas: From Colonization to Independence
HIST 442-4  America’s Empires
SA 250-4 Introduction to Social Theory (Distance)
SA 358-4  The Philosophy of the Social Sciences (Distance)

2009

Fall 2009

GDST 200 Thinking About Gender (B-Hum) | Capperdoni

WS 101 Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada (B-Soc) | Campbell
WS 102 Introduction to Western Feminisms (Distance Education) (B-Hum)
WS 200 Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective | Douglas
WS 201 Colonizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspective 1600-1870's | Campbell
WS 205 Women and Popular Culture | Murray
WS 208 Feminist Research Methods | Zaman
WS 301 Special Topic: Topics in Contemporary First Nations Women's Art | Claxton
WS 312 Immigrants, Women and Transnational Migration | Zaman
WS 405 Theoretical Issues in Women's Studies | Capperdoni

WS 830 Selected Topics Graduate Seminar

Course Offerings by Associate Faculty
CRIM 332-3 Sociology of Law with Brian Burtch

ENGL 360-4 Popular Writing by Indigenous Authors with Deanna Reder
EXPL 310-3 Interdisciplinary Issues of Gender with Jen Marchbank (This course can count towards designated credit.)
HIST 212-3 United States History to 1877 with Jennifer Spear
HIST 374W-4 Selected Topics in History of the Americas, Writing Intensive: Trudeau: Histories, Legacies, Mythologies with Elise Chénier
HIST 454-4 The History of Sexuality with Elise Chénier
HIST 471-4 Not Just Geisha: Women in Japanese History, 1600-1952 with Janice Matsumura
PHIL 352-3 17th Century Philosophy with Lisa Shapiro
SA 150-3 Introduction to Sociology with Ann Travers

 

Summer 2009

WS 101 Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada (Distance Education)
WS 205 Women and Popular Culture | Shearman
WS 310 ST: Feminist Cultural Studies (Intersession - Harbour Centre) | Patton
WS 316 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | MacDonald

WS 824 Graduate Seminar on Women and Social Policy | MacDonald
WS 830 Selected Topics Graduate Seminar | Patton

 

Spring 2009

GDST 301 Queer Genders | Leung

WS 101 Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada (Distance Education)
WS 102 Introduction to Western Feminisms | Stewart
WS 202 Modernizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspective, 1870s-1970s | Campbell
WS 207 Introduction to Feminist Theory | Patterson
WS 301 ST: Women, Poverty and the Media | Levitin
WS 303 ST: Gender, Violence and Resistance | Marchbank
WS 305 Conceiving Creativity | MacDonald
WS 309 Gender and International Development | Zaman
WS 310 ST: Writing Body: Black Women | Cooper
WS 320 ST: Public Policy for Women | Cohen
WS 398W Feminist Currents | Leung
WS 399 Numeracy, Gender and Cultures | MacDonald

WS 800 Methodology in Women's Studies Research | Zaman
WS 820 Graduate Seminar in Women's Studies History | Campbell
WS 824 Graduate Seminar on Women and Social Policy | Cohen
WS 825 Graduate Seminar in Women, Technology and Social Change | Levitin
WS 830 Selected Topics Graduate Seminar | Zaman

2008

Fall 2008

GDST 200 Thinking about Gender | Leung
GDST 302 Fashioning Gender | Stewart

WS 101 Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada | Campbell
WS 102 Introduction to Western Feminisms (Distance Education)
WS 208 Feminist Research Methods | Zaman
WS 301 Special Topics: Inside and Outside The Box: Feminist Television Studies | Patterson
WS 304 Women and Religion: Contemporary Debates in Muslim Women’s Feminisms | Syed
WS 308 Women in the Economy: Paid and Unpaid Labour | Zaman
WS 313 Women and the Environment | MacDonald
WS 316 Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies and Sociobiology | MacDonald
WS 320 Exploring African Canadian Women’s History: 1700-1900 | Cooper

WS 822 Feminist Theory | Leung
WS 825 Graduate Seminar in Women, Technology and Social Change | MacDonald
WS 830 Fashioning Gender | Stewart

Summer 2008

GDST 300-4: Mapping Masculinities | Garner

WS 101-3: An Introduction to Womens Issues in Canada (B-Soc) - Distance Ed
WS 205-3: Women and Popular Culture | Pentney
WS 310-4: Special Topic - Sex Work & the Law | O'Doherty
WS 412-5: Women and Film, Films, and Theories | Levitin

WS 823-5: Graduate Seminar in Feminist Art/Literary | Levitin

Spring 2008

WS 101-3: An Introduction to Womens Issues in Canada (B-Soc) - Distance Ed
WS 102-3: Introduction to Western Feminisms (B-Hum) | Stewart
WS 202-3: Modernizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspectives, 1870s-1970s | Campbell

WS 207-3: Introduction to Feminist Theory | Capperdoni
WS 301-4: Special Topics - Bread Riots to “Riot Grrls”: A History of Women in Social and Political Protest | Campbell

WS 303-4: Special Topics - Gender, Globalization, and Health in the Global South | Brown
WS 305-4: Conceiving Creativity (B-Hum) | MacDonald
WS 309-4: Gender and International Development | Zaman
WS 310-4: Special Topics - Women & Social Control | Chauhan
WS 314-4: Race, Class and Gender Relations | Zaman
WS 320-4: Special Topics: Sex Change City: Theorizing Urban (Trans)Formation | Stryker
WS 398W-4: Feminist Currents | Leung

WS 800-5: Methodology in Womens Studies Research | Patton
WS 824-5: Graduate Seminar on Women and Social Policy: Bread Riots to “Riot Grrls”: A History of Women in Social and Political Protest | Campbell
WS 830-5: Special Topics Graduate Seminar: Conceiving Creativity | MacDonald
WS 831-5: Selected Topics Graduate Seminar: Gender and International Development | Zaman

2007

Fall 2007

GDST 200: Thinking about Gender | Leung

WS 101-3: Introduction to Womens Issues in Canada | Campbell
WS 102-3: Introduction to Western Feminisms - Distance
WS 201-3: Colonizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspective 1600-1870s | Campbell
WS 205-3: Women and Popular Culture | Levitin
WS 208-3: Feminist Research Methods | Zaman
WS 302-4: Special Topics in Women’s Studies: Women from Africa | Capperdoni
WS 303-4: Special Topics in Women’s Studies “SportSex”: Gender Relations and the Contemporary Cultural Politics of Sport | Douglas
WS 312-4: Immigrants, Women Migration | Zaman
WS 313-4: Women and the Environment | MacDonald
WS 315-4: Gender War and Health | MacDonald
WS 320-4: Special Topics in Women’s Studies: Women and Performance | Boyd
WS 405: Theoretical Issues in Women’s Studies: Somatechnics: Feminist Theory, Embodiment and Technology | Stryker

WS 822-5: Graduate Seminar in French Feminist Theories | Stewart
WS 825-5: Graduate Seminar in Women Technology and Social Change | MacDonald
WS 830: Graduate Seminar in Somatechnics: Feminist Theory, Embodiment and Technology | Stryker

 

Summer 2007

WS 301-4: Special Topics in Women’s Studies: Indigenous Women | Matilpi
WS 310-4: Inside and Outside The Box: Feminist Television Studies | Patterson
WS 412-5: Women & Films: Films and Theories | Levitin

WS 823-5: Graduate Seminar: Feminist Art | Levitin

Spring 2007

GDST 301-4: Queer Genders | Leung

WS 102-3: Introduction to Western Feminisms | Stewart
WS 202-3: Modernizing Women: Canadian Women in Historical Perspective, 1880-1970 | Campbell
WS 207-1: Introduction to Feminist Theory | Westerman
WS 304-4: Women in Religion: Contemporary Debates in Muslim Womens Feminisms | Syed
WS 306-4: Latin American Women’s Autobiographical Writings & Testimonial Narratives | Chatzivasileiou
WS 309-4: Gender and International Development | Zaman
WS 310-4: The Hero/ine is a Scribe: Writing the Poetry of a Feminist Life | Braid
WS 313-4: Women & the Environment: Ecofeminism & Sustainable Communities | MacDonald
WS 314-4: Race, Class and Gender Relations: Intersecting Influences | Zaman
WS 320-4: Special Topics: The Maternal Imaginary | Boon
WS 399-4: Numeracy, Gender and Cultures | MacDonald

WS 820-5:  Graduate Seminar in Women's History:  Danger Zones and Border Crossings:  Gender, Space and Spectacle i Comparative Gender and Women's History | Campbell
WS 822-5: Graduate Seminar in Feminist Theory: Critical Intersections & New Directions | Leung

WS 825-5: Graduate Seminar on Women, Technology & Social Change | MacDonald
WS 831-5: Gender and International Development | Zaman

2006

Fall 2006

GDST 200-3: Thinking about Gender | Leung
GDST 302-4: Engendering Consumption | Stewart

WS 101-3: Introduction to Womens Issues in Canada (B-Soc) | Campbell
WS 200-3: Women in Cross-Cultural Perspective: Mothers and Daughters | Yu
WS 205-3: Women and Popular Culture | Levitin
WS 208-3: Feminist Research Methods | Zaman
WS 301-4: Special Topic in Women’s Studies - Bread Riots to “Riot Grrls”: A History of Women in Social and Political Protest | Campbell
WS 305-4: Conceiving Creativity: Exploring Social Justice Studies of Science and Religion using Science Fiction (B-Hum) | MacDonald
WS 307-4 Telling Women’s Work: Writing Creative Non-Fiction as Oral History | Braid
WS 316-4: Disciplining Sex: Feminist Science Studies Perspectives on Sex and Sociobiology (B-Hum, B-Soc, B-Sci) | MacDonald
WS 320-4: Special Topic in Women’s Studies: Women, Sport and Culture | Douglas
WS 323-4: Women in Latin American Literature and Society | Chatzivasileiou
WS 398W-4: Feminist Currents (Writing Intensive) | Leung
WS 405-4: Theoretical Issues in Women’s Studies: Cyberfeminisms | Bray

WS 800-5: Methodology in Women’s Studies Research | Patton
WS 824-5: Graduate Seminar on Women and Social Policy: Bread Riots to “Riot Grrls”: A History of Women in Social and Political Protest | Campbell
WS 830-5: Selected Topics: Graduate Seminar I: Exploring Social Justice Studies of Science and Religion using Science Fiction (B-Hum) | MacDonald

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

Spring 2006

GDST 300-4: Mapping Masculinities | Leung

WS 101-3: Introduction to Women's Issues in Canada | Campbell
WS 102-3: Introduction to Western Feminisms | Stewart
WS 202-3: Women in Canada 1920 to the present | Campbell
WS 208-3: Researching Women's Issues | Zamba
WS 301-4: Special Topic: Feminism and International Human Rights | Phillipose
WS 302-4: Special Topic: Intersexuality | van Anders
WS 303-4: Special Topic: "Other" Feminisms: Women's struggle for Change in Non-Western Contexts | Yu
WS 304-4: Women and Religion - Islam | Zakiuddin
WS 306-4: Women's Autobiographies, Memoirs and Journals: "Queer Self-Writing" | Leung
WS 310-4: Special Topics: Voices Form the Diaspora: Narratives of Gender, Race & Nation | Douglas
WS 315-4: Special Temporary Topic: Gender, War and Health | MacDonald
WS 320-4: Special Topic: Bread Riots to 'Riot Grrl': A History of Women in Social and Political Protest | Campbell
WS 399-4: Special Temporary Topic: Numeracy, Gender and Cultures | MacDonald
WS 405-4: Theoretical Issues in Women's Studies: The Politics of the Body | Stewart

WS 823-5: Graduate Seminar: Queer Self-Writing | Leung
WS 824-5: Graduate Seminar on Women and Social Policy - Women: The Global Welfare State?
| Marchbank
WS 830-5: Selected Topics Graduate Seminar I - Gender, War and Health | MacDonald
WS 831-5: Selected Topics Graduate Seminar II - The Politics of the Body | Stewart

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