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Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies: Course Listing for Fall, 2005   [all time]

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Course Title Instructor Synopsis Time Room
Wst 90.01 Gender and everyday life Rudy, Mary  Synopsis MWF 11:55-12:45 White Lecture Hall 107
Wst 110s.01 Soc movements: overview O'Barr, Jean  Synopsis MWF 10:20-11:10 White Lecture Hall 201
Wst 147.01 Women in the economy Miller, Genna  Synopsis MWF 11:55-12:45 Old Chem 116
Wst 150.01 Selected topics Kirk, Robin Ann  MW 1:15-2:30 Social Sciences 231
Wst 150s.01 Selected topics cooke, miriam  Tu 4:25-7:25 * 2101
Wst 160.01 Feminism in historical context Light, Caroline  Synopsis TuTh 6:0-7:15 White Lecture Hall 201
Wst 161.01 Money, sex, power Weeks, Kathi  Synopsis MW 1:15-2:30 Biddle 102
Wst 162.01 Gender and popular culture Fulkerson, Mary  Synopsis MW 6:0-7:15 Social Sciences 136
Wst 170s.01 Gender, politics, higher edu O'Barr, Jean  Synopsis WF 11:40-12:55 White Lecture Hall 201
Wst 205.01 Debates in women's studies Weeks, Kathi  Synopsis Tu 6:0-8:30 East Duke 204D
Wst 208s.01 Economics of the family McElroy, Marjorie  Synopsis Tu 6:15-8:45 Social Sciences 327
Wst 360.01 Interdisciplinary debates Wald, Priscilla  W 2:50-5:20 White Lecture Hall 201

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