Gender and Sexuality I: An Interdisciplinary Introduction

CAS WS 101

Introduction to women's, gender, and sexuality studies, integrating approaches from the natural and social sciences and humanities, focused on the origins, diversity, and expression of gendered and sexed individuals. Topics include the evolutionary origin of sexes; evolution, development, and social construction of sex differences; sexual differences, similarities, and diversity in bodies, brains, behavior, and artistic and intellectual expressions. Team-taught. Students who complete both halves of the two-semester sequence WS 101/102 receive divisional studies credit for two courses, from two different divisions: Natural Science (without lab), Social Science, and/or Humanities. Neither WS 101 nor WS 102 alone carries divisional studies credit.

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A1 Warkentin KCB 101 MWF 10:10 am-11:00 am

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D1 Warkentin STH 318 W 2:30 pm-3:20 pm Class Full

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D2 Warkentin CAS B06B W 3:35 pm-4:25 pm

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D3 Warkentin CAS 221 W 4:40 pm-5:30 pm

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D4 Warkentin CGS 323 R 11:15 am-12:05 pm

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D5 Warkentin CGS 311 W 2:30 pm-3:20 pm

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D6 Warkentin SOC B59 R 3:35 pm-4:25 pm Class Full

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