Meets Gen Ed Requirements for Social Sciences and Global Perspectives & International Cultures. No textbook – all class materials FREE on Canvas! Online for the 2nd summer session with Professor Kemi Balogun – CRN: 43323. Pre-reqs waived – contact us if you have any difficulty registering.
WGS 361 Gender, Film & Media – Black to the Future: Black Women’s Resistance in Popular Culture and Hip Hop.
Fulfills Gen Ed Arts & Letters credit; For English majors this course fulfills both E and G: that is Media Folklore Culture and Empire, Race, Ethnicity upper-division major requirements. Non-Majors welcome. No Prerequisites. Taught in the 3rd summer session by Jiesha Stephens – CRN 43325.
A variety of exciting summer classes in WGSS! Take new and interesting classes and fulfill university requirements.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Oluwakemi Balogun on her newly announced tenure and well received book titled Beauty Diplomacy: Embodying an Emerging Nation. We appreciate her service and dedication to our department, to exceptional and innovative research and to our students!
WGS is centrally located on the University of Oregon campus in historic Hendricks Hall, a former women’s dormitory. WGS shares the third floor with the Center for the Study of Women in Society and Center for Latino/a and Latin American Studies.