Classes

    Society and Health

    Semester: 

    Fall

    Offered: 

    2020

    This course analyzes major social variables that affect population health: poverty, social class, gender, race, family, community, work, behavioral risks, and coping resources. It examines health consequences of social and economic policies, and the potential role of specific social interventions.... Read more about Society and Health

    Gender, Sex and War (Gender and Public Policy (GAPP) Seminar)

    Semester: 

    Fall

    Offered: 

    2020
    The Gender and Public Policy Seminar has been designed to give students an opportunity to engage with leading-edge scholars and practitioners working to advance gender equality. Because the subject of 'gender and public policy' is too wide ranging and global to address within a single semester, we aim to focus the course each year on a 'spotlight' issue.... Read more about Gender, Sex and War (Gender and Public Policy (GAPP) Seminar)

    The Virtual Self: Identity, Culture, and Learning in Digital Worlds

    Semester: 

    Fall

    Offered: 

    2020
    Digital worlds may provide endless opportunities to explore our identities, as video games, social media, and virtual reality allow users to walk in the shoes of someone who is a different race, gender, or nationality and try on characteristics that differ from their selves in the real world. In education, these media can transport learners to far off places and times, to be with people not possible in real life.... Read more about The Virtual Self: Identity, Culture, and Learning in Digital Worlds

    Women, Religion, and the Problem of Historical Agency

    Semester: 

    Fall

    Offered: 

    2020

    This course examines recent scholarship on women in American religious history, focusing particularly on questions of narration, agency and power. We will ask several interrelated questions: How have historians integrated women into narratives of American religious history? Whose stories have they highlighted, and why? How have they conceptualized women as historical agents?... Read more about Women, Religion, and the Problem of Historical Agency

    Supervised Reading and Research-GenderSci Lab. Part one of a two-part series.

    Semester: 

    Fall

    Offered: 

    2020

    The GenderSci Lab supports graduate students working at the intersection of the sciences and gender studies. The lab offers interdisciplinary training in theories and methods for the critical intersectional study of sex/gender in biology, medicine, public health, and the social sciences.... Read more about Supervised Reading and Research-GenderSci Lab. Part one of a two-part series.