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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2006

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Women's Studies

Diane McPherson, Associate Professor and Coordinator

The central organizing category of analysis in women's studies is the concept of gender, which we understand as a pervasive social construction reflecting and determining differentials of power and opportunity. Women's studies analyzes how this social construction shapes the lives of women. Women's studies is both an innovative approach to traditional subjects and a growing field in its own right. Women's studies courses focus on women in diverse contexts from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. The courses exist to meet a demand that has come primarily from women to understand more fully the past and present position of their sex.

Minor in Women's Studies

For the minor in women's studies, students must take 18 credits. Each student must take 338-10000 Introduction to Women's Studies. Students are also strongly advised to take 338-41000 Selected Topics: Women's Studies in the spring semester of the junior or senior year. The other 12 credits must be from the approved list of courses. At least 6 of the credits for the minor must be level 3 or above, and no more than three courses may be taken from any one of the four categories in the list of approved courses.

Note: No more than two courses in the student's major may be counted toward the minor. Additional courses in which women's lives, women's history, or women's issues are the primary subject may be counted toward the minor if approved by the coordinator of women's studies.

Requirements for the minor in women's studies

338-10000

Introduction to Women's Studies

3

Five courses selected from the following list, with no more than three courses in any one of the four areas (social sciences, humanities/fine arts, professional schools, upper-level women's studies). At least two courses must be level 3 or above.

Social science courses

310-14100

Power: Race, Sex, and Class (3)

 

310-34300

Feminist Theory (3)

 

310-40100/ 310-40200

Seminar (topics that focus on feminist issues or theory) (3)

 

310-40300/ 310-40400

Tutorial (topics that focus on feminist issues or theory) (3)

 

330-26100

Psychology of Women (3)

 

331-20200

Contemporary Social Issues: Women in Britain (3)

 

331-21000

Women's Lives (3)

 

331-31600

Women and Health (3)

 

331-32300

Family Violence (3)

 

331-32500

Race, Class, and Gender (3)

 

331-41900

Seminar: Women in the Third World (3)

 

331-43100

Selected Topics in Gender Studies: Feminist Social Theory (3)

 

339-33500

Women and Culture (3)

 

Humanities/fine arts courses

318-37400

Topics of Women in Latin American Literature: (3) Images of Women in Latin American Literature (3)

 

318-49100

Seminar: Latina Writing in the U.S. (3)

 

319-34600

Gender and Interpersonal Communication (3)

 

376-34100

Women Artists and Cultural Change (3)

 

376-34200

Images of Women in Western Art (3)

 

307-22000

Black Women Writers (3)

 

307-35000

Imagining Herself: Women's Autobiography (3)

 

377-31000

Women and Writing (3)

 

555-25500

Women and Music (3)

 

555-25600

Women in Popular Music from Bessie Smith to MTV (3)

 

Professional schools

885-34500

Women and Men in Management (3)

 

222-30300

Images of Men and Women in Mass Media (3)

 

225-36000

Communication in Culturally Diverse Organizations (3)

 

663-29800

Gender Issues in Sport (3)

 

Upper-level women's studies courses

338-41000

Selected Topics: Women's Studies (3)

 

338-42000

Independent Study in Women's Studies (3)

 

338-43000

Internship in Women's Studies (3)

 
 

Total required for minor

18

Note: No more than two courses in a student's major may be used to meet requirements for the minor.

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