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Autumn Quarter 2021 Time Schedule

GENDER, WOMEN, AND SEXUALITY STUDIES
(COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES )

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Enrl        Sect                                                                                             Crs
Restr   SLN  ID Cred    Meeting Times     Bldg/Rm       Instructor                 Status Enrl/Lim   Grades  Fee Other
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GWSS   200  INTRO WOMEN STUDIES (I&S,DIV)
      >16188 A  5       TTh    130-320    KNE  110      Lee,Regina Y                       181/ 200                      
                        OPTIONAL LINKED WRITING CLASS FOR C                         
OR W CREDIT: PLEASE SEE ENGL 298 D
THIS COURSE WILL BE OFFERED AS A
HYBRID COURSE, INCORPORATING BOTH
SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS METHOD
OF TEACHING.
      >16189 AA  QZ     F      930-1020   SIG  226      JOHNSON,RAMON                       23/  25                      
      >16190 AB  QZ     F      1230-120   THO  334      Zhao,Anna                           23/  25                      
      >16191 AC  QZ     F      930-1020   SIG  230      Kindred,Bobbi                       19/  25                      
                        FIRST-YEAR INTEREST GROUPS (FIGS)                           
ONLY, QUESTIONS VISIT
FYP.WASHINGTON.EDU/EXTRASEATS.
      >16192 AD  QZ     F      1030-1120  THO  231      Zhao,Anna                           24/  25                      
      >16193 AE  QZ     F      1030-1120  SIG  227      Sorma,Mediha P                      24/  25                      
                        FIRST-YEAR INTEREST GROUPS (FIGS)                           
ONLY, QUESTIONS VISIT
FYP.WASHINGTON.EDU/EXTRASEATS.
      >16194 AF  QZ     F      1230-120   THO  335      Sorma,Mediha P                      23/  25                      
      >16195 AG  QZ     F      1130-1220  CDH  101      JOHNSON,RAMON                       21/  25                      
      >16196 AH  QZ     F      1130-1220  CDH  105      Kindred,Bobbi                       24/  25                      

GWSS   262  GENDER AND SPORT(I&S,DIV)
      >16197 A  5       W      1230-120   CMU  120      Hellrung,Alyssa Lynn                38/  40                J     
                        Th     1230-120   CSE2 G01      
                        THIS COURSE WILL BE OFFERED AS A                            
HYBRID COURSE, INCORPORATING BOTH
SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS METHOD
OF TEACHING.
       16198 B  5       W      1230-120   CMU  120      Hellrung,Alyssa Lynn       Closed   15/  15                J     
                        Th     1230-120   CSE2 G01      
                        FIRST-YEAR INTEREST GROUPS (FIGS)                           
ONLY, QUESTIONS VISIT
FYP.WASHINGTON.EDU/EXTRASEATS.

GWSS   290  SPEC TOP WOMEN STDY (I&S)
      >16199 A  5       TTh    130-320    MGH  271      Judd,Bettina A                      36/  40                      
                        BLACK GENDER                                                
THIS COURSE ENGAGES THE
COMPLEXITIES
OF RACIAL AND GENDER IDENTITIES
WITHIN BLACK COMMUNITIES. WE
QUESTION
THE CONCEPTS OF MANHOOD AND
WOMANHOOD AND THEIR INTERSECTION
WITH
RACIAL CONSTRUCTS AS CATEGORIES OF
PERSONHOOD THROUGH THE CRITICAL
LENS
OF AFRICANA/AFRICAN AMERICAN
STUDIES
AND GENDER, WOMEN AND SEXUALITY
STUDIES. WE WILL DISCUSS HOW GENDER
IN THE US IS MEDIATED BY RACE BY
FOCUSING ON EVERYDAY CONVERSATIONS
ABOUT RACE AND GENDER WITHIN BLACK
COMMUNITIES. THIS CLASS MAKES USE
OF POPULAR CULTURE, CURRENT EVENTS,
AND EMPHASIZES THE IMPORTANCE OF
CREATING A DEMOCRATIC LEARNING
COMMUNITY.
THIS WILL BE A HYBRID COURSE.

GWSS   332  BLACK FEM GEOG(I&S,DIV)
       16202 A  5       MW     1030-1220  FSH  108      Adeyemi,Kemi               Open     44/  45                BJ    
                        THIS COURSE WILL BE OFFERED AS A                            
HYBRID COURSE. MEETINGS WILL BE
SYNCHRONOUS VIA ZOOM.
IN-PERSON MEETINGS TBA.

GWSS   390  INTERMEDIATE TOPICS (I&S)
      >16214 A  5       TTh    330-520    SAV  166      Keating,Christine                   27/  40                B     
                        GENDER, RACE & DEMOCRACY IN THE                             
TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
ALTHOUGH EQUALITY IS CRITICAL TO
DEMOCRACY AS AN IDEAL,
SUBORDINATION
AND MARGINALIZATION OFTEN MARK
DEMOCRATIC POLITICS. THIS COURSE
EXAMINES THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS
WITH
A TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE: WHAT
ARE FEMINIST CRITIQUES OF THEORIES
AND PRACTICE OF DEMOCRACY? HOW DO
FEMINISTS FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE
ANALYZE ISSUES SUCH AS CITIZENSHIP,
PARTICIPATION, AND JUSTICE? WHAT
ARE MODELS OF MORE EGALITARIAN
POLITIES AND HOW MIGHT THEY BE
FOSTERED?
THIS IS A HYBRID COURSE: MEETING IN
PERSON ON
TUESDAYS AND ONLINE ON THURSDAYS.
       22966 D  5       TTh    430-620P   SMI  211      Klapaki,Nektaria G.        Closed   10/  10                J     
                        MONEY, LOVE AND MARRIAGE                                    
THE COURSE PROVIDES A CROSS-
CULTURAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARY
DISCUSSION OF ROMANTIC AND
ECONOMIC
ISSUES AS RELATED TO THE
INSTITUTION OF MARRIAGE BY
DRAWING
ON SEMINAL TEXTS IN THE FIELDS OF
HISTORY, ANTHROPOLOGY, FEMINIST
LITERARY CRITICISM AND CULTURAL
STUDIES.

GWSS   429  SCAND WOMEN WRITERS (VLPA,DIV)
       23353 A  5       MW     1230-220   SMI  205                                 Open      4/   5                WJ    

GWSS   451  LATINA CULTURE(VLPA/I&S)
      >16217 A  5       TTh    130-320    OUG  141      Habell-Pallan,Michelle              32/  40                B     
                                          THIS COURSE WILL                          
BE OFFERED AS A HYBRID COURSE,
INCORPORATING BOTH SYNCHRONOUS AND
ASYNCHRONOUS METHOD OF TEACHING.

GWSS   464  QUEER DESIRES(I&S,DIV)
       16218 A  5       MW     130-320    AND  223      Reddy,Chandan C.           Open     46/  50                J     

GWSS   490  SPEC TOP WOMEN STDY (I&S)
       16219 A  5       Th     430-620P   *    *        BROWN,MELISSA J            Open      1/   5                BJ    
                        T      430-620P   *    *        
                        TOPIC: WOMEN, NATIONALISM AND                               
COSMOPOLITANISM IN TAIWAN
***
IN-PERSON SECTION
MEETS ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21.

GWSS   493  SENIOR THSIS(I&S)
 IS   >16222 A  2-5     to be arranged                                                       0/   5                      

GWSS   495  TUTORING WOMEN STDY Prerequisites (cancellation in effect)
 IS   >16223 A  5       to be arranged                                                       0/  20  CR/NC               
                        ADD CODES IN PDL B-110S                                     

GWSS   496  GLOBAL FEMINISMS(I&S)Prerequisites
 IS   >16224 A  5       to be arranged                                                       0/   5                      
                        ADD CODES ONLY                                              

GWSS   497  FIELDWORK WOMEN STPrerequisites (cancellation in effect)
 IS   >16225 A  1-15    M      1130-1220  SMI  115                                           5/  25E CR/NC               
                        PLEASE CONTACT GWSS ADVISOR                                 
AT GWSSADVS.UW.EDU FOR ADD
CODE.
 IS   >16226 B  1-15    to be arranged                                                       0/  10E CR/NC               
                        ADD CODES IN PDL B110-S                                     

GWSS   499  UNDERGRAD RESEARCHPrerequisites (cancellation in effect)
 IS   >16227 A  1-5     T      130-220    SAV  168                                           1/  15E                     
                        ADD CODES IN PDL B110-S                                     
 IS   >16228 B  1-5     to be arranged                                                       0/  15E CR/NC               

GWSS   504  TEACHING SEMINAR
Restr  16230 A  5       TTh    1030-1220  DEN  110      Lee,Regina Y               Open      3/  20                      
                        THIS COURSE WILL BE OFFERED AS A                            
HYBRID COURSE, INCORPORATING BOTH
SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS METHOD
OF TEACHING.

GWSS   541  RES SEM FEM GEOG
      >16233 A  5       W      230-520    SMI  409      England,K                            2/   3                J     

GWSS   564  QUEER DESIRES
       23879 A  5       MW     130-320    AND  223      Reddy,Chandan C.           Open      2/   5                J     

GWSS   590  SPECIAL TOPICS
      >16234 A  5       M      330-720    THO  334      Keating,Christine                    8/  20                B     
                        POSTCOLONIAL AND DECOLONIAL                                 
FEMINISMS - THIS COURSE EXAMINES
CENTRAL THEMES AND QUESTIONS IN
FEMINIST POSTCOLONIAL AND
DECONLONIAL
THEORY AND POLITICS INCLUDING THE
FOLLOWING: WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN COLONIALISM, IMPERIALISM,
AND OCCUPATION (BOTH HISTORICAL AND
CONTEMPORARY) TO RACIAL, GENDER,
AND SEXUAL HIERARHIES? HOW HAVE
STRUGGLES FOR GENDER, RACIAL,
INDIGENOUS, CASTE, AND SEXUAL
JUSTICE CHALLENGED THESE
HIERARCHIES? WHAT ARE POINTS OF
RESONANCE AND TENSION BETWEEN
POSTCOLONIAL AND DECOLONIAL THEORY
AND PRACTICE? WHAT ALTERNATIVE
MODELS OF STATE, FAMILY, AND
ECONOMICS HAVE EMERGED IN
DECOLONIAL STRUGGLES? WE WILL
EXAMINE THE INTERPLAY OF GENDER,
RACE, CLASS, SEXUALITY, AND
NATIONALITY IN RELATION TO THESE
QUESTIONS.

GWSS   593  FEM DOCTORAL RESRCH
       16236 A  5       M      330-720    SMI  115                                 Open      0/  20  CR/NC               

GWSS   598  DIRECTED READINGS
 IS   >16237 A  1-10    Th     130-220    SIG  225                                           0/  15                      
 IS   >16238 B  1-10    to be arranged                                                       2/  15  CR/NC               

GWSS   600  INDEPNDNT STDY/RSCH
 IS    16239 A  1-10    to be arranged                                             Open      3/  20                      
 IS    16240 B  VAR     to be arranged                                             Open      0/  20E CR/NC               

GWSS   700  MA THESIS
 IS    16241 A  1-10    to be arranged                                             Open      0/  15  CR/NC               
                        FACULTY CODE IN PDL B-110C                                  

GWSS   701  MA PRACTICUM
 IS    16242 A  1-10    to be arranged                                             Open      0/  10  CR/NC               

GWSS   800  DOCTORAL DISSERTATN
 IS    16243 A  1-10    to be arranged                                             Open      9/  15  CR/NC               
                        FACULTY CODE IN PDL B-110C