Fall 2018 Course Descriptions for
Sexual, Women's and Gender Studies

SWAG 205 Introduction to Sexuality, Women's, and Gender studies
Presents feminist theory and origins of Sexuality, Women's, and Gender studies. Discusses classic texts of contemporary feminist movement. Raises consciousness about sexual stereotypes, anger, female friendships, lesbianism, mothering, violence against women, and economic power.

SWAG 225 Topics in Sexuality, Women's, and Gender studies
Explores issues within the field of Sexuality, Women's, and Gender studies; may be from a range of disciplinary perspectives and cover issues including, but not limited to, sex, gender, and sexuality. Topics vary. May be repeated for credit. Suitable for first- and second-year students.

SWAG 350 Feminist Methodology
Explores questions debated within academy. Examines feminist critique of and innovations in methodology in many fields, from the humanities to the social sciences.