Courses

Graduate Courses Offered by Feminist Studies Department Faculty
The three required courses (200, 201, and 202) will be taught annually by Feminist Studies faculty.  The timing of the other courses will vary.

FMST 200 Feminist Theories
FMST 201 Feminist Methodologies
FMST 202 Disciplining Knowledge
FMST 203 Feminist Pedagogies B. Aptheker
FMST 204 Ethnographic Writing and Social Documentation M. Ochoa
FMST 207 Topics in Queer/Race Studies A. Arondekar
FMST 211 Sexuality, Race, and Migration in the Americas F. Schaeffer-Grabiel
FMST 212 Feminist Theory and the Law G. Dent
FMST 214 Topics in Feminist Science Studies K. Barad
FMST 215 Postcolonial and Postsocialist Transnational Analytics N. Atanasoski
FMST 216 Archives/Genders/Histories: An Introduction A. Arondekar
FMST 222 Religion, Feminism, and Sexual Politics N. Atanasoski
FMST 232 Topics in Postcolonial Studies M. Murty
FMST 243 Feminism, Raace, and the Politics of Knowledge N. Mitchell
FMST 260 Black Feminist Reconstruction B. Aptheker
FMST 264 Idea of Africa G. Dent
FMST 268A Science and Justice: Experiments in Collaboration K. Barad
FMST 268B Science and Justice Research Seminar K. Barad
FMST 290 First-Year Advising/TA Training
FMST 297 Independent Study
FMST 297F Collaborative Research and Advising
FMST 298 Group Dissertation Research
FMST 299 Dissertation Research

Graduate Courses Offered by Feminist Studies Affiliated Faculty  
The courses taught by the Affiliated Faculty will be reviewed annually by the Graduate Director in Feminist Studies and, in consultation with the Affiliated and FMST faculty, the Department will update and augment this list as new courses become available, older ones cease to be taught, and new faculty affiliate with the department, or retire from their own departments.  This has been the longstanding practice of the Feminist Studies Department since implementing the Designated Emphasis program in 1992. 
 

ANTH 231 Intimacy and Affective Labor M. Moodie
ANTH 232 Bodies, Knowledge, Practice N. Chen
ANTH 234 Feminist Anthropology M. Moodie
ANTH 238 Afterlife of Slavery S. Shange
ANTH 243 Cultures of Capitalism L. Rofel
ANTH 249 Ecological Discourses A. Tsing
ANTH 255 Regulating Religion/Sex M. Fernando
ANTH 260 Anthropology of Freedom M. Fernando
FILM 226 Queer Theory and Global Film and Media P. Limbrick
FILM 284 Film, Culture, and Modernity S. Stamp
HAVC 245 Race and Representation J. Gonzalez
HIS 204A History of Gender Research Seminar M. Westerkamp
HIS 205 Diaspora and World History L. Haas
HIS 215A U.S. Labor and Working Class History D. Frank
HIS 221 Empires and New Nations in the Americas L. Haas
HIS 227 Gender and Colonialism E. Honig
HIS 230B Engendering China G. Hershatter
HIS 230C Readings in Twentieth Century China E. Honig
HIS 231 Historicizing the People's Republic of China E. Honig
HIS 243 Transnational Japan N. Aso
HIS 244 Gender and Japanese History N. Aso
LALS 210 Latina Feminisms: Theory and Practice P. Zavella
LALS 215 Latina Cultural Studies: Transborder Feminist Imaginaries R. Fregoso
LALS/FMST 240 Culture and Politics of Human Rights R. Fregoso
LALS 242 Globalization, Transnationalism, and Gender in the Americas P. Zavella/R. Fregoso
LIT 230C Feminist Theories/Historical Perspectives C. Freccero
LIT 231A Studies in Literary and Cultural History S. Gillman
LIT 250 Theory and Methods R. Wilson
LIT 251 Topics in Cultural Studies C. Hong
MUSC 254K Music, Gender, and Sexuality T. Merchant
POLI 204 Bodies in History V. Seth
PSYC 210 The Experimental Method in Social Psychology E. Zubriggen
PSYC 247 Special Topics in Developmental Psychology C. Leaper
PSYC/FMST 251 Feminist Theory and Social Psychology A. Hurtado
PSYC 254 Psychology of Gender C. Leaper
PSYC 256 Psychology of Social Class and Economic Justice H. Bullock
PSYC 264 Transnational Feminism, Development, and Psychology S. Grabe
SOCY 240 Inequality and Identity D. Takagi
SOCY 245 Feminist Theory J. Bettie
SOCY 249 Feminisms and Cultural Politics J. Bettie
SOCY 255 Engaging Cultural Studies J. Bettie
SOCY 264 Science, Technology, and Medicine J. Reardon