This program explores scholarship on women and gender. Historical and cross-cultural perspectives, critical theory, and interdisciplinary approaches are employed to examine questions of gender difference, inequality, and exclusion. In keeping with the philosophy of liberal arts education, the goal of gender studies is to better understand and ultimately transform our lives and the world in which we live. Professors: Maureen Dolan, Kimberly Jensen, Robin Smith.
For more information, contact Dr. Robin Smith 838-8357, email@example.com.
Gender Studies Minor (26-28 Credits)
Choose electives from at least two divisions: (15-18)
Note: SSC 201, SSC 403, and SOC 460 are strongle recommended. Also, minor may include any seminar that focuses on adding content on/by women to the curriculum, or that substantially and explicitly addresses gender issues and feminist theory in the treatment of its subject area, or a course in which the student has the option of selecting and exploring gender-related topics in the process of developing a special skill, e.g. an advanced writing course.
Division of Social Science Sharyne Ryals (503) 838-8288 | or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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