University of Calgary WMST Archive

This archive is a collection of course materials from Women’s Studies (WMST) courses offered at the University of Calgary between the 1972-73 and 2015-16 academic years. Although the University Calendar lists a number of courses as belonging to “the Field of Women’s Studies”, this archive is limited specifically to courses labelled “WMST”. There is an exception for any WMST courses that were listed as INTS (Interdisciplinary Studies) prior to 1982-83, which have also been included below.

As part of this project, several former and current instructors in the Women’s Studies program agreed to be interviewed about their experiences with Women’s Studies at the University of Calgary and in general. Their responses can be found under the project heading in the menu above (under Resources > University of Calgary WMST Archive).

This archive has only been updated up until the Winter 2016 semester. For course outlines after this date, please see the University of Calgary Philosophy Department website at http://phil.ucalgary.ca/courses.

This archive was created by Zachary High-Leggett, WSF VP Academic 2014-2016. Special thanks to University of Calgary Archives, University of Calgary Calendar and Scheduling, University of Calgary Data Warehouse, Dr. Rebecca Sullivan, Dr. Nancy Janovicek, and Dr. Fiona Nelson for their help in assembling these materials.

Semester Course Title Section Instructor Syllabus Topic Description
W16 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 F MacGregor Unavailable N/A An examination of the historical, geographical and political origins of feminism and women’s studies, with particular emphasis on Canada in a global context.
W16 WMST 301.03 Topics in Women’s Studies LEC01 R Sullivan Unavailable Social Issues and Gender Offers the opportunity to explore a topic of particular interest to Women’s Studies scholars.

301.01. Global Feminisms
301.02. Gender Subjectivities
301.03. Social Issues and Gender
301.04. Women and Health
301.05. Gender and Popular Culture

W16 WMST 311 Feminist Theorizing LEC01 J Kadi Unavailable N/A Feminist theories help us understand why things are the way they are, and suggest useful strategies for appropriate social change. This course will critically consider contemporary approaches to feminist theorizing and their historical bases.
W16 WMST 501.25 Research in Selected Topics LEC01 R Sullivan Unavailable Honours Thesis II Supervised individual study of a special topic.
W16 WMST 501.30 Research in Selected Topics LEC02 R Sullivan Unavailable Community Service Learning Supervised individual study of a special topic.
F15 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 R Sullivan View N/A An examination of the historical, geographical and political origins of feminism and women’s studies, with particular emphasis on Canada in a global context.
F15 WMST 315 Feminist Methods LEC01 R Sullivan View N/A Explores the scholarly and political implications of conducting feminist research by examining key methods and their justifications.
F15 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis SEM01 J Kadi View N/A An opportunity to engage in feminist activism, reflect on these experiences and critically situate them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism. Activist/volunteer work, outside of class-time, will be required.
F15 WMST 501.24 Research in Selected Topics LEC01 R Sullivan Unavailable Honours Thesis I Supervised individual study of a special topic.
F15 WMST 501.28 Research in Selected Topics LEC02 DB Mason Unavailable Queer Youth Fiction Supervised individual study of a special topic.
F15 WMST 501.29 Research in Selected Topics LEC03 R Sullivan Unavailable Gender and Sexual Violence Supervised individual study of a special topic.
P15 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An examination of the historical, geographical and political origins of feminism and women’s studies, with particular emphasis on Canada in a global context.
W15 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 R Sullivan View N/A An examination of the historical, geographical and political origins of feminism and women’s studies, with particular emphasis on Canada in a global context.
W15 WMST 301.05 Topics in Women’s Studies LEC01 R Sullivan View Gender and Popular Culture – Pornography Offers the opportunity to explore a topic of particular interest to Women’s Studies scholars.

301.01. Global Feminisms
301.02. Gender Subjectivities
301.03. Social Issues and Gender
301.04. Women and Health
301.05. Gender and Popular Culture

W15 WMST 315 Feminist Methods LEC01 R Sullivan View N/A Explores the scholarly and political implications of conducting feminist research by examining key methods and their justifications.
W15 WMST 501.25 Research in Selected Topics LEC01 R Sullivan Unavailable Honours Thesis II Supervised individual study of a special topic.
F14 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 R Sullivan View N/A An examination of the historical, geographical and political origins of feminism and women’s studies, with particular emphasis on Canada in a global context.
F14 WMST 311 Feminist Theorizing LEC01 F MacGregor View N/A Feminist theories help us understand why things are the way they are, and suggest useful strategies for appropriate social change. This course will critically consider contemporary approaches to feminist theorizing and their historical bases.
F14 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis SEM01 J Kadi View N/A An opportunity to engage in feminist activism, reflect on these experiences and critically situate them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism. Activist/volunteer work, outside of class-time, will be required.
F14 WMST 501.24 Research in Selected Topics LEC01 R Sullivan Unavailable Honours Thesis I Supervised individual study of a special topic.
P14 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to the interdisciplinary field of women’s studies providing students with knowledge about foundational issues and perspectives within feminism.
W14 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 R Sullivan View N/A An introduction to the interdisciplinary field of women’s studies providing students with knowledge about foundational issues and perspectives within feminism.
W14 WMST 311 Feminist Theorizing LEC01 J Kadi View N/A Feminist theories help us understand why things are the way they are, and suggest useful strategies for appropriate social change. This course will critically consider contemporary approaches to feminist theorizing and their historical bases.
W14 WMST 339 Gender and Popular Culture LEC01 C Mains View N/A Feminist approaches to representations of gender in popular culture and to the impacts of popular culture on lived experiences of gender.
W14 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar SEM01 FA Nelson View N/A Intended to be the final Women’s Studies course for those majoring in Women’s Studies (and an option for minors), the course allows students to draw together their knowledge of feminist thinking, activism, and research in a significant final project.
F13 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to the interdisciplinary field of women’s studies providing students with knowledge about foundational issues and perspectives within feminism.
F13 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An examination of some of the most significant feminist writings to emerge in the Western world since the 1600s, accompanied by analysis of the cultural contexts of historical writings.
F13 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An examination of some of the pressing issues addressed (via theory and/or activism) by contemporary feminists, with an eye to their historical and cultural contexts.
F13 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 K Zelinsky View N/A Feminist perspectives on Canadian women’s experiences of physical and psychological health, and of perceptions and treatment of women, as health care providers and consumers, within (“mainstream” and “alternative”) health care systems.
F13 WMST 401 Special Topics in Women’s Studies GSP Unavailable Women in Europe Built around a revolving set of topics, a seminar course that encourages a deep critical engagement with a topic of interest to feminist scholars.
F13 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis SEM01 FA Nelson View N/A An opportunity to engage in feminist activism, reflect on these experiences and critically situate them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism. Activist/volunteer work, outside of class-time, will be required.
P13 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 K Zelinsky View N/A An introduction to the interdisciplinary field of women’s studies providing students with knowledge about foundational issues and perspectives within feminism.
S13 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC60 F MacGregor View N/A Feminist perspectives on Canadian women’s experiences of physical and psychological health, and of perceptions and treatment of women, as healthcare providers and consumers, within (“mainstream” and “alternative”) health care systems.
S13 WMST 339 Gender and Popular Culture LEC60 C Mains View N/A Feminist approaches to representations of gender in popular culture and to the impacts of popular culture on lived experiences of gender.
W13 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 K Zelinsky Unavailable N/A An introduction to the interdisciplinary field of women’s studies providing students with knowledge about foundational issues and perspectives within feminism.
W13 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An examination of some of the most significant feminist writings to emerge in the Western world since the 1600s, accompanied by analysis of the cultural contexts of historical writings.
W13 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 K Zelinsky Unavailable N/A Feminist perspectives on Canadian women’s experiences of physical and psychological health, and of perceptions and treatment of women, as healthcare providers and consumers, within (“mainstream” and “alternative”) health care systems.
W13 WMST 339 Gender and Popular Culture LEC01 L Vennard View N/A Feminist approaches to representations of gender in popular culture and to the impacts of popular culture on lived experiences of gender.
W13 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies & Knowledge SEM01 C Mains View N/A Feminist approaches to embodied experiences of gender and gendering, across a wide spectrum of sexes and genders.
W13 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Intended to be the final Women’s Studies course for those majoring in Women’s Studies (and an option for minors), the course allows students to draw together their knowledge of feminist thinking, activism, and research in a significant final project.
F12 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 C Mains View N/A An introduction to the interdisciplinary field of women’s studies providing students with knowledge about foundational issues and perspectives within feminism.
F12 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 R Sullivan View N/A An examination of some of the pressing issues addressed (via theory and/or activism) by contemporary feminists, with an eye to their historical and cultural contexts.
F12 WMST 311 Feminist Theorizing LEC01 J Kadi View N/A Feminist theories help us understand why things are the way they are, and suggest useful strategies for appropriate social change. This course will critically consider contemporary approaches to feminist theorizing and their historical bases.
F12 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis SEM01 FA Nelson View N/A An opportunity to engage in feminist activism, reflect on these experiences and critically situate them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism. Activist/volunteer work, outside of class-time, will be required.
P12 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
P12 WMST 309 Topics in Feminist Community Service Learning LEC20 Unavailable N/A A rotating series of topics such as anti-racist feminism, women’s sexual well-being and women and leadership. Classes will also cover the theory and goals of community service learning and provide the foundation for undertaking community service learning projects. Students are expected to participate in at least two hours per week volunteering for a service project in association with the Women’s Resource Centre.
S12 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC60 F MacGregor View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
S12 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC60 G Gaden Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W12 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 K Zelinsky Unavailable N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W12 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
W12 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 R Sullivan Unavailable N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
W12 WMST 401.6 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC01 Unavailable Group Study Program to Spain An interdisciplinary analysis of topics such as the following: ecofeminism, women’s autobiographical writings, feminist perspectives on technology, women’s sexual identities, women’s roles and identities in a cultural context.
W12 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies & Knowledge SEM01 C Mains Unavailable N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
W12 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar SEM01 J Kadi View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
F11 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 AM Murphy View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F11 WMST 311 Contemporary Feminist Theories LEC01 AM Murphy View N/A A comprehensive and comparative survey of the theoretical assumptions and the political stances associated with the main forms of feminist theory today – liberal, radical/cultural, socialist/Marxist, and postmodern feminisms.
F11 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 K Zelinsky Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
F11 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by engaging in feminist activism. Students will be asked to give four to eight hours per month to their chosen activist endeavours. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
P11 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
P11 WMST 309 Topics in Feminist Community Service Learning LEC50 AM Murphy View N/A A rotating series of topics such as anti-racist feminism, women’s sexual well-being and women and leadership. Classes will also cover the theory and goals of community service learning and provide the foundation for undertaking community service learning projects. Students are expected to participate in at least two hours per week volunteering for a service project in association with the Women’s Resource Centre.
S11 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC60 G Gaden Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W11 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism: Wollstonecraft to Davis LEC01 RM Cochrane Unavailable N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
W11 WMST 311 Contemporary Feminist Theories LEC01 RM Cochrane Unavailable N/A A comprehensive and comparative survey of the theoretical assumptions and the political stances associated with the main forms of feminist theory today – liberal, radical/cultural, socialist/Marxist, and postmodern feminisms.
W11 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
F10 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 Unavailable N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F10 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 Unavailable N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
F10 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis SEM01 Unavailable N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by engaging in feminist activism. Students will be asked to give four to eight hours per month to their chosen activist endeavours. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
P10 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC29 C Mains View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
S10 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC60 R Jaffer View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W10 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 T Strasbourg View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W10 WMST 309 Feminist Approaches to Community Service Learning LEC01 J Kadi View N/A A rotating series of topics such as anti-racist feminism, women’s sexual well-being and women and leadership. Classes will also cover the theory and goals of community service learning and provide the foundation for undertaking community service learning projects. Students are expected to participate in at least two hours per week volunteering for a service project in association with the Women’s Resource Centre.
W10 WMST 311 Contemporary Feminist Theories LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A A comprehensive and comparative survey of the theoretical assumptions and the political stances associated with the main forms of feminist theory today – liberal, radical/cultural, socialist/Marxist, and postmodern feminisms.
W10 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Globalized Economy LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity; the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
W10 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W10 WMST 401 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC01 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of topics such as the following: ecofeminism, women’s autobiographical writings, feminist perspectives on technology, women’s sexual identities, women’s roles and identities in a cultural context.
W10 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
W10 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar SEM01 RJ Leah View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
F09 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F09 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
F09 WMST 309 Feminist Approaches to Community Service Learning LEC01 V Barr View N/A A rotating series of topics such as anti-racist feminism, women’s sexual well-being and women and leadership. Classes will also cover the theory and goals of community service learning and provide the foundation for undertaking community service learning projects. Students are expected to participate in at least two hours per week volunteering for a service project in association with the Women’s Resource Centre.
F09 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 J Kadi View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
F09 WMST 401 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC01 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of topics such as the following: ecofeminism, women’s autobiographical writings, feminist perspectives on technology, women’s sexual identities, women’s roles and identities in a cultural context.
F09 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis SEM01 FA Nelson View N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by engaging in feminist activism. Students will be asked to give four to eight hours per month to their chosen activist endeavours. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
P09 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
P09 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC20 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
P09 WMST 309 Feminist Approaches to Community Service Learning LEC20 J Kadi View N/A This course will focus on a rotating series of topics such as anti-racist feminism, women’s sexual well-being, and women and leadership. Classes will provide the foundations for undertaking related community service projects that will be supervised by the staff at the Women’s Resource Centre and that will require a weekly commitment of approximately 3 hours.
P09 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies, and Knowledge SEM29 F MacGregor View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
S09 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 Unavailable N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
W09 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W09 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 S Newman View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W09 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 RJ Leah View N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
W09 WMST 309 Feminist Approaches to Community Service Learning LEC01 J Kadi View N/A This course will focus on a rotating series of topics such as anti-racist feminism, women’s sexual well-being, and women and leadership. Classes will provide the foundations for undertaking related community service projects that will be supervised by the staff at the Women’s Resource Centre and that will require a weekly commitment of approximately 3 hours.
W09 WMST 311 Contemporary Feminist Theories LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A A comprehensive and comparative survey of the theoretical assumptions and the political stances associated with the main forms of feminist theory today – liberal, radical/cultural, socialist/Marxist, and postmodern feminisms.
W09 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 S Newman View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W09 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 G Gaden View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
F08 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F08 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 S Newman View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F08 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
F08 WMST 309 Feminist Approaches to Community Service Learning LEC01 T Strasbourg View N/A This course will focus on a rotating series of topics such as anti-racist feminism, women’s sexual well-being, and women and leadership. Classes will provide the foundations for undertaking related community service projects that will be supervised by the staff at the Women’s Resource Centre and that will require a weekly commitment of approximately 3 hours.
F08 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis SEM01 FA Nelson View N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by engaging in feminist activism. Students will be asked to give four to eight hours per month to their chosen activist endeavours. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
F08 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar SEM01 FA Nelson View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
P08 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
P08 WMST 309 Feminist Approaches to Community Service Learning LEC20 RJ Leah View N/A Unavailable
P08 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC20 J Kadi View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
P08 WMST 401 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC27 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of topics such as the following: ecofeminism, women’s autobiographical writings, feminist perspectives on technology, women’s sexual identities, women’s roles and identities in a cultural context.
P08 WMST 501 Research in Selected Topics LEC20 Unavailable N/A Supervised individual study of a special topic.
W08 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 S Newman View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W08 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
W08 WMST 311 Contemporary Feminist Theories LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A A comprehensive and comparative survey of the theoretical assumptions and the political stances associated with the main forms of feminist theory today – liberal, radical/cultural, socialist/Marxist, and postmodern feminisms.
W08 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W08 WMST 401 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC01 V Barr View Women and Sexual Wellness An interdisciplinary analysis of topics such as the following: ecofeminism, women’s autobiographical writings, feminist perspectives on technology, women’s sexual identities, women’s roles and identities in a cultural context.
W08 WMST 501 Research in Selected Topics LEC01 Unavailable N/A Supervised individual study of a special topic.
W08 WMST 501 Research in Selected Topics LEC02 Unavailable N/A Supervised individual study of a special topic.
W08 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
F07 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F07 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F07 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
F07 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Globalized Economy LEC01 RJ Leah View N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity; the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
F07 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
F07 WMST 401.03 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC01 R Jaffer View Transnational and Post-colonial Feminisms An interdisciplinary analysis of topics such as the following: ecofeminism, women’s autobiographical writings, feminist perspectives on technology, women’s sexual identities, women’s roles and identities in a cultural context.
F07 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis SEM01 FA Nelson View N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by engaging in feminist activism. Students will be asked to give four to eight hours per month to their chosen activist endeavours. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
F07 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies, and Knowledge SEM01 CA Berenson View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
P07 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
P07 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC20 CA Berenson View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
P07 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Economy LEC27 Unavailable N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity; the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
P07 WMST 401.02 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC20 J Kadi View Anti-Racist Feminism An interdisciplinary analysis of topics such as the following: ecofeminism, women’s autobiographical writings, feminist perspectives on technology, women’s sexual identities, women’s roles and identities in a cultural context.
S07 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC60 J Kadi View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W07 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W07 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
W07 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
W07 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC98 CA Berenson View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W07 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC02 J Kadi View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W07 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W07 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
F06 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC98 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F06 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 J Kadi View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F06 WMST 311 Contemporary Feminist Theories LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A A comprehensive and comparative survey of the theoretical assumptions and the political stances associated with the main forms of feminist theory today – liberal, radical/cultural, socialist/Marxist, and postmodern feminisms.
F06 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC98 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
F06 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis LEC01 RJ Leah View N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by engaging in feminist activism. Students will be asked to give four to eight hours per month to their chosen activist endeavours. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
F06 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies, and Knowledge LEC01 CA Berenson View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
P06 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Globalized Economy LEC29 RJ Leah View N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity; the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
P06 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies, and Knowledge LEC20 CA Berenson View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
S06 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC50 Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W06 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W06 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
W06 WMST 313 Feminist Research Methods LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An examination of the ways in which feminist thinking informs approaches to research. Explores, and practices, several feminist methods of social research.
W06 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC98 CA Berenson View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W06 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Globalized Economy LEC98 RJ Leah View N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity; the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
W06 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W06 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
F05 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC98 CA Berenson View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F05 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F05 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
F05 WMST 311 Contemporary Feminist Theories LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A A comprehensive and comparative survey of the theoretical assumptions and the political stances associated with the main forms of feminist theory today – liberal, radical/cultural, socialist/Marxist, and postmodern feminisms.
F05 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC98 DEB Johnston View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
F05 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC02 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
F05 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis LEC01 RJ Leah View N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by engaging in feminist activism. Students will be asked to give four to eight hours per month to their chosen activist endeavours. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
P05 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
P05 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Globalized Economy LEC10 RM Cochrane View N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity; the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
P05 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC29 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
S05 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies, and Knowledge LEC20 CA Berenson View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
W05 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC98 CA Berenson View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W05 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
W05 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 F MacGregor View N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in
the early 1980’s.
W05 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
W05 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC98 DEB Johnston View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W05 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC02 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
F04 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An introduction to academic feminism that critically deconstructs cultural notions of sex, gender, race, class and other social stratifiers; discusses contemporary and classical feminist perspectives; and examines feminist work and activism.
F04 WMST 313 Feminist Research Methods LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An examination of the ways in which feminist thinking informs approaches to research. Explores, and practices, several feminist methods of social research.
F04 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC98 CA Berenson View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the
Canadian context.
F04 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
F04 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by engaging in feminist activism. Students will be asked to give four to eight hours per month to their chosen activist endeavours. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
P04 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Globalized Economy LEC29 RJ Leah View N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity; the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
P04 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies, and Knowledge LEC20 CA Berenson View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
S04 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC60 DEB Johnston View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
S04 WMST 401 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC60 F MacGregor View Women and Technology An interdisciplinary analysis of topics such as the following: ecofeminism, women’s autobiographical writings, feminist perspectives on technology, women’s sexual identities, women’s roles and identities in a cultural context.
W04 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC98 CA Berenson View N/A Provides analyses of women’s historical and current status, place, and value. Surveys the status of women, explores feminist theories and methods that have been developed to understand women, and examines contemporary Canadian women’s place in paid work, education, health and popular culture.
W04 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 F MacGregor View N/A Provides analyses of women’s historical and current status, place, and value. Surveys the status of women, explores feminist theories and methods that have been developed to understand women, and examines contemporary Canadian women’s place in paid work, education, health and popular culture.
W04 WMST 313 Feminist Research Methods LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An examination of the ways in which feminist thinking informs approaches to research. Explores, and practices, several feminist methods of social research.
W04 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Globalized Economy LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity; the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
W04 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
F03 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Provides analyses of women’s historical and current status, place, and value. Surveys the status of women, explores feminist theories and methods that have been developed to understand women, and examines contemporary Canadian women’s place in paid work, education, health and popular culture.
F03 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC95 Unavailable N/A Provides analyses of women’s historical and current status, place, and value. Surveys the status of women, explores feminist theories and methods that have been developed to understand women, and examines contemporary Canadian women’s place in paid work, education, health and popular culture.
F03 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth
century liberalism, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the maturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
F03 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
F03 WMST 311 Contemporary Feminist Theories LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A A comprehensive and comparative survey of the theoretical assumptions and the political stances associated with the main forms of feminist theory today – liberal, radical/cultural, socialist/Marxist, and postmodern feminisms.
F03 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC98 CA Berenson View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
F03 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by participating in grassroots feminism. Students will be asked to volunteer a few hours a month with a feminist organization of their choice. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
P03 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC20 MD Fogell View N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
P03 WMST 339 Women, Work, and the Globalized Economy LEC29 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
S03 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Globalized Economy LEC60 RJ Leah View N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity, the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
W03 WMST 201 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Provides analyses of women’s historical and current status, place, and value. Surveys the status of women, explores feminist theories and methods that have been developed to understand women, and examines contemporary Canadian women’s place in paid work, education, health and popular culture
W03 WMST 303 Key Writings in Western Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A A introduction to the key writings of the most influential theorists in the Western feminist tradition, from its beginnings in eighteenth and nineteenth centruy liberalis,, through its suffragist First Wave in the early twentieth century, up to the meaturing of its Second Wave’s women’s liberation movement in the early 1980’s.
W03 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC02 RM Cochrane View N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
W03 WMST 321 Women and Health Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W03 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC02 R Sullivan View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
W03 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies and Knowledge LEC01 CA Berenson View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
W03 WMST 591 Integrative Seminar LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A Advanced seminar in which students will have the opportunity to apply their knowledge of feminist theory and issues to a more in-depth consideration of feminist research methodology and action.
F02 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An analysis of some central and contentious issues impacting upon women’s lives today. Topics include violence against women and “victim feminism”; sexual identities and transgressions; how women are differentially impacted by racism, colonialism, and economic class.
F02 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC98 CA Berenson View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
F02 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Economy LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A Women’s domestic labour and “double day”; employment equity, the “feminization of poverty”; the impact of globalization, post-Fordism, and information-based technologies on women’s labour North and South; sex work and surrogacy in the New World Economic Order.
F02 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 DEB Johnston View N/A Introduction to the analysis of gender in popular culture, focusing on representations of gender in North America in the post Second World War period.
F02 WMST 405 Seminar in Feminist Praxis LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A An opportunity to develop practical and political skills by participating in grassroots feminism. Students will be asked to volunteer a few hours a month with a feminist organization of their choice. In-class time will be spent reflecting on these experiences and critically situating them within the history and perspectives of Western feminist activism.
F02 WMST 511 Issues in Advanced Feminist Theory and Methodology LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An advanced analysis of central issues in recent western feminist theory such as the standpoint epistemology/postmodern feminism debate.
P02 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P02 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC29 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
P02 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies and Knowledge LEC20 CA Berenson View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
S02 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC60 MD Fogell View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W02 WMST 303 Classical Texts in Western Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An interdisciplinary introduction to the classic feminist texts of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries, serving to acquaint students with women’s theories and descriptions of their own lives and the political movements they have created. Emphasis will be on the Western world, in its diversity through three centuries.
W02 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 FA Nelson View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W02 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC02 RM Cochrane View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W02 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W02 WMST 321 Women and Health Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W02 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC02 BH Beaty View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W02 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 R Sullivan View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W02 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 FA Nelson View Motherhood and Identity An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F01 WMST 303 Classical Texts in Western Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary introduction to the classic feminist texts of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries, serving to acquaint students with women’s theories and descriptions of their own lives and the political movements they have created. Emphasis will be on the Western world, in its diversity through three centuries.
F01 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 FA Nelson View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F01 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC98 MD Fogell View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F01 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F01 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC91 CA Berenson View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
F01 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC91 FA Nelson View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F01 WMST 405 Seminar LEC91 A Srivastava View Critical Race Feminism The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
F01 WMST 511 Issues in Feminist Theory and Methodology LEC01 RM Cochrane View N/A An advanced analysis of recent western feminist theory, addressing both the theory and the methodologies that follow therefrom. The course will include developments in statistical analysis, economic analyses of work and other social science methodologies.
P01 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC20 MD Fogell View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
P01 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC29 RJ Leah View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
S01 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC60 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W01 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 J Grossman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W01 WMST 307 Contemporary Feminist Theories LEC01 MD Fogell View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W01 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W01 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 J Grossman View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W01 WMST 405 Seminar LEC02 PA Pardo View From Silence to Song: Voices of Women with a Disability The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
W01 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 B Crow View U.S. Radical Feminism An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F00 WMST 303 Classical Texts in Western Feminism LEC01 B Crow View N/A An interdisciplinary introduction to the classic feminist texts of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries, serving to acquaint students with women’s theories and descriptions of their own lives and the political movements they have created. Emphasis will be on the Western world, in its diversity through three centuries.
F00 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 J Grossman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F00 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC91 CA Berenson View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
F00 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC91 R Sullivan View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F00 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 B Crow View Gender in Technology The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
F00 WMST 511 Issues in Feminist Theory and Methodology LEC01 B Crow View N/A An advanced analysis of recent western feminist theory, addressing both the theory and the methodologies that follow therefrom. The course will include developments in statistical analysis, economic analyses of work and other social science methodologies.
P00 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC20 A McGrath View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
P00 WMST 321 Women and Health Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
P00 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC29 BJ Wray View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
S00 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC60 DA Martin View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W00 WMST 303 Classical Texts in Western Feminism LEC01 DA Martin View N/A An interdisciplinary introduction to the classic feminist texts of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries, serving to acquaint students with women’s theories and descriptions of their own lives and the political movements they have created. Emphasis will be on the Western world, in its diversity through three centuries.
W00 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 DA Martin View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W00 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W00 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC91 S Lackner View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W00 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC95 S Lackner View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W00 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 DA Martin View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W00 WMST 405 Seminar LEC02 PA Pardo View From Silence to Song: Voices of Women with a Disability The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
W00 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies and Knowledge LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
W00 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 EL Silverman View Women and the Earth An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F99 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 DA Martin View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F99 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 DA Martin Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F99 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Economy LEC91 CL Brown View N/A Women in national and international economies, including analysis of the gender division of labour, paid and unpaid labour, workplace health issues, the ways that value is assigned, and how rewards are allocated.
F99 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F99 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 EL Silverman View Women’s Autobiographical Writings The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
F99 WMST 501 Research in Selected Topics LEC01 EL Silverman View Women’s Autobiographical Writings Supervised individual study of a special topic.
P99 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 B Crow View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P99 WMST 339 Gender and Popular Culture LEC29 DA Martin View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
S99 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC60 A McGrath View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
S99 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC60 DA Martin View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W99 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 B Crow View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W99 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC91 C Oliver & V Barr View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W99 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
W99 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 PA Pardo View From Silence to Song: Voices of Women with a Disability The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
W99 WMST 431 Gender, Bodies and Knowledge LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A How do women think about and experience their own bodies in different times and places? This interdisciplinary analysis will draw from studies in medicine, history, psychology and feminist theory, and will consider themes like sexuality, reproductivity, health care, and youth and old age.
W99 WMST 511 Issues in Advanced Feminist Theory and Methodology LEC01 B Crow View N/A An advanced analysis of recent western feminist theory, addressing both the theory and the methodologies that follow therefrom. The course will include developments in statistical analysis, economic analyses of work and other social science methodologies.
F98 WMST 303 Classical Texts in Western Feminism LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A An interdisciplinary introduction to the classic feminist texts of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries, serving to acquaint students with women’s theories and descriptions of their own lives and the political movements they have created. Emphasis will be on the Western world, in its diversity through three centuries.
F98 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 B Crow View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F98 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 DA Martin View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F98 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 PA Pardo View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
F98 WMST 339 Gender and Popular Culture LEC01 B Crow View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F98 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
P98 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 B Crow View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P98 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC29 DA Martin View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
S98 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC60 MD Fogell View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W98 WMST 303 Classical Texts in Western Feminism LEC01 B Crow Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary introduction to the classic feminist texts of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries, serving to acquaint students with women’s theories and descriptions of their own lives and the political movements they have created. Emphasis will be on the Western world, in its diversity through three centuries.
W98 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 DA Martin View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W98 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 DA Martin View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W98 WMST 309 Women and Art LEC01 VM Reid View N/A History, cultural role and aesthetic values of women in the arts, including literary and visual arts, drama, dance and music. Emphasis on a Canadian socio-cultural context.
W98 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC91 C Oliver & V Barr View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W98 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Economy LEC01 CL Brown View N/A Women in national and international economies, including analysis of the gender division of labour, paid and unpaid labour, workplace health issues, the ways that value is assigned, and how rewards are allocated.
W98 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC91 B Crow View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W98 WMST 511 Issues in Advanced Feminist Theory and Methodology LEC01 B Crow Unavailable N/A An advanced analysis of recent western feminist theory, addressing both the theory and the methodologies that follow therefrom. The course will include developments in statistical analysis, economic analyses of work and other social science methodologies.
F97 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 B Crow View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F97 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC91 DA Martin View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F97 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 DA Martin View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F97 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F97 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 B Crow View Gender and Technology The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
F97 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 EL Silverman View Women’s Autobiographical Writings An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F97 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC02 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
P97 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 DA Martin View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P97 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC20 B Crow View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
S97 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC60 BJ Wray View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W97 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 DA Martin View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W97 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 B Crow View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W97 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 C Oliver View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W97 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Economy LEC01 CL Brown View N/A Women in national and international economies, including analysis of the gender division of labour, paid and unpaid labour, workplace health issues, the ways that value is assigned, and how rewards are allocated.
W97 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC91 B Crow View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W97 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
W97 WMST 383 Women and Aging Unavailable N/A Unavailable
W97 WMST 511 Issues in Advanced Feminist Theory and Methodology LEC01 B Crow View N/A An advanced analysis of recent western feminist theory, addressing both the theory and the methodologies that follow therefrom. The course will include developments in statistical analysis, economic analyses of work and other social science methodologies.
F96 WMST 303 Classical Texts in Western Feminism LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A An interdisciplinary introduction to the classic feminist texts of the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries, serving to acquaint students with women’s theories and descriptions of their own lives and the political movements they have created. Emphasis will be on the Western world, in its diversity through three centuries.
F96 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 B Crow View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F96 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC91 DF Bruckner View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F96 WMST 309 Women and Art LEC01 BJ Rasporich View N/A History, cultural role and aesthetic values of women in the arts, including literary and visual arts, drama, dance and music. Emphasis on a Canadian socio-cultural context.
F96 WMST 331 Women, Work, and the Economy LEC91 CL Brown View N/A Women in national and international economies, including analysis of the gender division of labour, paid and unpaid labour, workplace health issues, the ways that value is assigned, and how rewards are allocated.
F96 WMST 339 Gender in Popular Culture LEC01 DA Martin View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F96 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 B Crow View Gender and Technology The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
P96 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC20 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
P96 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC20 C Oliver & H White View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
S96 WMST 339 Gender and Popular Culture LEC60 BJ Wray View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W96 WMST 303 Classical Texts in Western Feminism LEC01 B Crow View N/A Unavailable
W96 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 B Crow View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W96 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 DA Martin View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W96 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC91 B Crow Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W96 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 B Crow View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W96 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F95 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 C Gordon View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F95 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC91 DF Bruckner View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F95 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC91 C Oliver & H White View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
F95 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC91 B Crow View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F95 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F95 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 EL Silverman View Gender and Technology The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
P95 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 B Crow View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P95 WMST 339 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC20 BD Fournier View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W95 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC03 KM Lodl View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W95 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC02 B Crow View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W95 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC92 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W95 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC92 KM Lodl View N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W95 WMST 339 Gender and Popular Culture LEC01 A Antonopoulos View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W95 WMST 339 Gender and Popular Culture LEC02 B Crow View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W95 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
W95 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F94 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC91 KM Lodl View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F94 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC92 Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F94 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC91 DF Bruckner View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F94 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC03 KM Lodl View N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F94 WMST 339 Gender and Popular Culture LEC91 B Crow View N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F94 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F94 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 B Crow Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
P94 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC20 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
P94 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC20 Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
S94 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC60 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W94 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 B Crow Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W94 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC02 B Crow Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W94 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC91 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W94 WMST 309 Women and Art LEC01 FM Slaney Unavailable N/A History, cultural role and aesthetic values of women in the arts, including literary and visual arts, drama, dance and music. Emphasis on a Canadian socio-cultural context.
W94 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC91 BD Fournier Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W94 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 FM Slaney Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W94 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
W94 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F93 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F93 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 B Crow Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F93 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 B Crow Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
P93 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P93 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC20 Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
S93 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC60 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W93 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W93 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 DF Bruckner Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W93 WMST 309 Women and Art LEC01 FM Slaney Unavailable N/A History, cultural role and aesthetic values of women in the arts, including literary and visual arts, drama, dance and music. Emphasis on a Canadian socio-cultural context.
W93 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 MK Eriksen & P Webb Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W93 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC91 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W93 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F92 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC91 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F92 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 BD Fournier Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F92 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC02 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F92 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F92 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
P92 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
S92 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC60 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
S92 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC60 Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W92 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W92 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W92 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC92 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W92 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC02 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W92 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC91 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W92 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 MK Eriksen & P Webb Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W92 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC91 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W92 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC02 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
W92 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F91 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F91 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F91 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 DF Bruckner Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F91 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 BD Fournier Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F91 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F91 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
P91 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
S91 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC60 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
S91 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC60 Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W91 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W91 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC03 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W91 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC91 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W91 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC01 MK Eriksen & P Webb Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W91 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC02 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
W91 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 BJ Rasporich Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
W91 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F90 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F90 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 DF Bruckner Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F90 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC02 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F90 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 BD Fournier Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F90 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
P90 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC20 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W90 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC02 DF Bruckner Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W90 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC91 MK Eriksen & P Webb Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W90 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC02 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W90 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC91 DMA Relke Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W90 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 KM Martindale Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
W90 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 KM Martindale Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F89 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 KM Martindale Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F89 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC91 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F89 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 KM Martindale Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F89 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 BD Fournier Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F89 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 KM Martindale Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
P89 WMST 383 Women and Aging LEC20 P Dossa Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of the reality and variation in women’s lives as they age. The focus will be on Canadian society in social and historical context, but comparaisons and examples will be taken from other societies, both developing and developed.
S89 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC60 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W89 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W89 WMST 321 Women and Health LEC91 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of women’s experience of physical and psychological health and of perceptions and treatment of women within health care systems. The role of women as health care providers in families and society. Examples will come primarily, but not exclusively, from the Canadian context.
W89 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC02 Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W89 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F88 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC99 Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F88 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F88 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC91 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F88 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F88 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F88 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
P88 WMST 383 Women and Aging LEC20 P Dossa Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary examination of the reality and variation in women’s lives as they age. The focus will be on Canadian society in social and historical context, but comparaisons and examples will be taken from other societies, both developing and developed.
S88 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC60 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W88 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W88 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F87 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F87 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC02 Unavailable N/A Unavailable
F87 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC91 Unavailable N/A Unavailable
F87 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 BD Fournier Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F87 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F87 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
F87 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
P87 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC20 DF Bruckner Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
P87 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC20 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
S87 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC60 KA Prentice Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W87 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W87 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC02 KA Prentice Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W87 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC91 PL Blocksom Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W87 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 BD Fournier Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W87 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
W87 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F86 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 DF Bruckner Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F86 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC01 KA Prentice Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
F86 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC92 Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
F86 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC91 PM McCallum Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F86 WMST 405 Seminar LEC01 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
F86 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC91 Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
P86 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC20 DF Bruckner Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
P86 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC91 P Dossa View Role Perceptions Of Ethnic Women In Multicultural Canada An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
S86 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC60 KA Prentice Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W86 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 KM Lodl Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W86 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC01 J Keeping Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W86 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC92 JC Darling Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W86 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC91 PM McCallum Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W86 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC91 P Roome Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F85 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F85 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
F85 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC91 PL Blocksom Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
F85 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 AW Frank Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
F85 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F85 WMST 405 Seminar LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
F85 WMST 505 Special Topics LEC91 P Dossa View Role Perceptions Of Ethnic Women In Multicultural Canada An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
P85 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC20 AW Frank Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
S85 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC60 J McGinniss Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W85 WMST 307 Contemporary Issues in Feminism LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A survey and analysis of issues concerning women’s lives in their social context in the 1980’s. Topics include images of women, mother/daughter and other family relations, marriage and divorce, women and work, violence against women, sexuality and power.
W85 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC91 JC Darling Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W85 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 AW Frank Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W85 WMST 505 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F84 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F84 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC01 J Keeping Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
F84 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC92 Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
F84 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F84 WMST 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history sex-roles and politics.
P84 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P84 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC20 Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
P84 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC20 Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
W84 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W84 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC91 JC Darling Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W84 WMST 339 Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC01 PM McCallum Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W84 WMST 505 Special Topics in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F83 WMST 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Unavailable
F83 WMST 335 Women and the Law LEC01 J Keeping Unavailable N/A Unavailable
F83 WMST 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Unavailable
F83 WMST 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Unavailable
P83 INTS 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC20 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P83 INTS 341 Women in Canada LEC20 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
S83 INTS 339 Images of Men and Women in Popular Culture LEC60 PM McCallum Unavailable N/A Introduction to the analysis of popular mass culture, focusing on the cultural images of men and women in North America in the post Second World War period.
W83 INTS 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC02 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W83 INTS 335 Women and the Law LEC92 JC Darling Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
W83 INTS 505 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A An interdisciplinary analysis of themes in women’s lives in the North American context, including the themes of work, family and reproduction.
F82 INTS 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F82 INTS 335 Women and the Law LEC91 JC Darling Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
F82 INTS 341 Women in Canada LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A Change in the lives of Canadian women over three centuries. A survey of women’s roles as men saw them, and of women’s view of their place in Canadian society. Topics may include the family, the frontier experience, paid and unpaid labour, moral reform, politics and feminism.
F82 INTS 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history; sex-roles and politics.
W82 INTS 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W82 INTS 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history; sex-roles and politics.
F81 INTS 305 Introduction to Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F81 INTS 335 Women and the Law LEC91 Unavailable N/A An examination of some legal issues of particular importance to women, such as human rights legislation, property rights within the family, and sexual offences against women. Some background in the Common Law and concepts fundamental to understanding the Canadian legal system will be considered.
P81 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC20 EL Silverman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W81 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC01 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W81 INTS 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history; sex-roles and politics.
F80 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC91 EL Silverman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P80 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC20 EL Silverman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W80 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC01 EL Silverman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W80 INTS 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history; sex-roles and politics.
F79 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC91 EL Silverman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P79 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC20 EL Silverman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W79 INTS 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history; sex-roles and politics.
F78 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC91 EL Silverman View N/A A historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
P78 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC20 EL Silverman View N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W78 INTS 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC91 EL Silverman View Feminism through Autobiography The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history; sex-roles and politics.
F77 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC91 EL Silverman View N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W77 INTS 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC01 NA Cromie & CM Ziebarth Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history; sex-roles and politics.
F76 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC91 Unavailable N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W76 INTS 405 Seminar in Women’s Studies LEC01 NA Cromie & CM Ziebarth Unavailable N/A The changing image, status and potential of women.Typical topics are: philosophical rationales for ideas about women, the development of female identity, cross-cultural comparaisons of the status of women, women in Frech-Canadian and English-Canadian literature and in Canadian history; sex-roles and politics.
F75 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC91 CM Ziebarth Unavailable N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W75 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC01 CM Ziebarth Unavailable N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F74 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC91 CM Ziebarth Unavailable N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W74 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC02 CM Ziebarth Unavailable N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F73 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC01 CM Ziebarth Unavailable N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
F73 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC91 CM Ziebarth Unavailable N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.
W73 INTS 305 Women and Contemporary Society LEC01 CM Ziebarth Unavailable N/A An historical survey of the role and status of women; politically, socially and economically. A critical examination of social science research and theory will be made with special reference to the current social movement.