Spring 2018 classes offered in Women's Studies as of Saturday, 12/16/2017 at 06:00 PM
schedSpringWS report generated: 16-DEC-17


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WS 106 Intro to Women's Studies1210743


MW17:00-18:20BSS_204Urban,JL402515990
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WS 106 Intro to Women's Studies2223793


MWF11:00-11:50NR_201Marsden,KL402614990
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WS 107 Women, Culture, History1210753


TR13:00-14:20NR_201Pitre,TM402911990
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WS 107 Women, Culture, History2210763


TR15:00-16:20NR_201Pitre,TM402515990
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WS 107 Women, Culture, History3222143


TR17:00-18:20NR_201Obenauer,SK401723990
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WS 303 Anticolonial Women's Movements1217333


TR15:00-16:20BSS_408Urban,JL271314990SR Texts
WS 306 Sex/Clss/Cltr Intrnl Shrt Stry1222893below


-ONLChappelle,GR151419919
Zero Cost Course MaterialsTexts
WS 308B Women in Literature: Domestic1217993


MWF10:00-10:50HGH_226Giannini,NR770990
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WS 309B Gender and Communication1214283


MW15:00-16:20TA_110Rossman,LL550992
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WS 309B Gender and Communication2214333


MW17:00-18:20TA_011Rossman,LL541994
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WS 309B Gender and Communication3220183


TR15:00-16:20TA_011Rossman,LL550990
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WS 320 Act to End Violence Seminar1219183


MW17:00-18:20SCIA_460Whatcott,J251114990SR Texts
WS 465B Dmstc Multicult Iss in Lit/Lng1269684below

MW11:00-12:50HGH_204Accomando,C523990
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WS 480 Social Justice Summit1210771below
03/02F-
Bell,RJ20119990
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03/03S-
Bell,RJ


990
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WS 480 Attend Take Back the Night2217341below
03/29-04/05R17:00-18:20BSS_408Urban,JL25718990
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04/09-04/13
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Urban,JL


990
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04/19-04/26R17:00-18:20BSS_408Urban,JL


990
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WS 480 Volntr for Take Back the Night3221601below
01/16-05/04F13:00-13:50SH_117Urban,JL20416990
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04/09-04/13
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990
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WS 480 Lat Am Indigenous Movements4268454below

MW11:00-12:50BSS_310Chavez-Arguelles,C330990
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* Notes: IA=Instructor approval required, DA=Department approval required
* Rsrvd: indicates number of seats reserved for new students during registration for Fall term (up to 35% of seats in lower division general education classes). Unused seats are released to continuing students on the Saturday preceding the first day of classes.
* Avail: indicates the total number of seats open to all students
* Wait Cap: indicates the number of waitlist seats available for the class
* Wait Tot: indicates the number of students currently waitlisted for the class (allows departments to determine class demand and may result in opening of class additional sections)
* Sust: classes designated as Sustainability Focused (SF) or Sustainability Related (SR)
* Zero cost text: There are either no texts, or the materials/texts for this class are free.

Generally, students must register in one section from each component type shown for a particular class. For example, BIOL 104 has two lecture sections and several lab sections. Students who register for one of the lecture sections must also register for one of the labs associated with that lecture. Association numbers and section numbers are shown in parenthesis when multiple values exist.

Class notes
schedSpringWS report generated: 16-DEC-17
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Class Notes
WS 306 Sex/Clss/Cltr Intrnl Shrt Stry22289This course is cross-listed with GERM 306.
WS 465B Dmstc Multicult Iss in Lit/Lng26968Topic: Reading and Writing the Borderlands. Read Gloria Anzaldua's groundbreaking Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza alongside Imaniman: Poets Writing in the Anzalduan Borderlands. These diverse writers interrogate, complicate, and personalize the borderlands in transgressive and transformative ways, opening new paths for the next generation of spiritual, political and cultural border-crossers. This course is cross-listed with ES 465B and ENGL 465B.
WS 480 Social Justice Summit21077Attend HSU's annual Social Justice Summit. Organized by the Multicultural Center, there will be a keynote presentation, workshops, film screenings, and discussions. Topics may include art and activism, transformative reforms, social justice movements: past present and future, and more.
WS 480 Attend Take Back the Night21734TBTN is a series of events calling attention to sexualized violence while working to end it. This one-unit course provides a unique opportunity to earn credit for attending TBTN events and participating in four class meetings, aimed at deepening our understanding of men's violence against women and what we can do to end all forms of violence.
WS 480 Volntr for Take Back the Night22160Exciting opportunity for collaborative, hands on volunteer work during the organizing process of TBTN. TBTN is a series of events calling attention to sexualized and other forms of violence against women, while simultaneously working to end violence in all its forms.
WS 480 Lat Am Indigenous Movements26845This course gives an overview of Latin American indigenous movements and reflects on their recent approaches to rights discourses in the face of legal and extrajudicial forms of state violence. This class is cross-listed with ANTH 329 and ES 480 section 2.