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2018-2019 Projected Courses

Note: You may use the information below to help you plan your 2018-2019 academic year, but also know that it is subject to change at any time. Courses are not definite and times/days of the week for each class are not officially determined unless the term’s schedule has already been posted here.

Courses below represent core courses, experimental courses, topic changers and so on. It does not include practicum, research, dissertation or reading courses (which are typically offered every term) or cross-listed courses from other departments.

For a description of courses, please see the UO Catalog.

Gen Ed key:

  1. AL: Arts & Letters
  2. SS: Social Science
  3. SC: Science
  4. IP: Identity, Pluralism & Tolerance
  5. AC: American Cultures
  6. IC: International Cultures

Fall 2018

 Course Title Instructor  Queer Studies Gen Eds
WGS 101 Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies Jamie Bufalino  SS, IP
WGS 221 Bodies and Power Judith Raiskin  SS, IP
WGS 251 Transnational & Indigenous Feminisms Carolyn Craig  SS, IP
WGS 321 Feminist Perspectives: Identity/Race/Culture Jamie Bufalino  SS, AC
WGS 331 Science Technology & Gender Lauren Stewart IP
WGS 411/511 Feminist Praxis Judith Raiskin  IP
WGS 422/522 Sexuality Studies: Topic Homophobia Lauren Stewart    IP
WGS 451/551 Global Perspectives on Gender Allison Madar

Winter 2019

Course Title Instructor Queer Studies Gen Eds
WGS 101 Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies Graduate students SS, IP
WGS 201 Intro to Queer Studies Lauren Stewart   IP
WGS 199 (211) Black Feminist Histories
A historical approach to the development of black feminist thought in the United States
Shoniqua Roach
WGS 221 Bodies and Power Jamie Bufalino  SS, IP
WGS 303 Women & Gender American History Jamie Bufalino SS, IP
 WGS 350 Literature as Feminist Theory
Intro to Latinx feminist authors and literature such as novels, short stories, comics, and poetry.
 Isabel Millan     AL, IP
WGS 410/510 Digital Humanities Archives & Media Carole Stabile
WGS 422/522 Sexuality Studies: Topic Queer of Color Performance
Centering on critical theories and cultural productions by queer people of color in and beyond the U.S.
 Shoniqua  Roach    IP

Spring 2019

Course Title Instructor Queer Studies Gen Eds
WGS 101 Introduction to Women’s & Gender Studies Graduate Students  SS, IP
WGS 250 Gender, Literature, and Culture Isabel Millan     AL, IP
WGS 399 (322) Queer Theory Lauren Stewart   
WGS 399 (311) Black Feminist Theories Shoniqua Roach
WGS 315 History & Development of Feminist Theory Kemi Balogun  SS, IP
WGS 450/550 Literature and Feminist World-Making  Isabel Millan   
 WGS 610  Feminist Theory  Kemi Balogun