Syllabi on the Web for Women- and Gender-Related Courses

Last updated: July 14, 2006



The following are syllabi for women- and gender-related courses in communications and/or media. Courses that make substantial use of the Internet carry the designation ++; those making at least some use carry the designation +.

+ The American Press and Issues of Sexual Diversity (JOUR 468)
Laura Casteñeda (Univ. of Southern California)

+ Communication and Gender (CMN 1232)
Steven Totosy (Martin-Luther Univ. Halle-Wittenberg [Germany])

Feminist Futures Across the Media (WMST 498K)
Katie King (Univ. of Maryland College Park)

+ Feminist Perspectives on Communication (SPC 635)
Elizabeth Berry (California State Univ., Northridge)

Gender and Communication (COMS 729/WS 782 D)
Radhika Gajjala (Bowling Green State Univ.)

Gender and Media (CO 251)
Lisa M. Cuklanz (Boston College)

Gender Communication (Speech 8)
Kaye J. Nubel (Saddleback College)

+ Gender Issues in Communication (COM 302)
Ken Petress (Univ. of Maine at Presque Isle)

+ Gender, Race and Class in Contemporary Popular Culture (NEW 271Y)
Kay Armatage (Univ. of Toronto [Canada])

Gender Roles and Communication (CO 451)
Lisa M. Cuklanz (Boston College)

Honors Gender Roles and Communication (CO 451)
Lisa M. Cuklanz (Boston College)

Journalism, Gender and Race (Communication 10)
Luis Martinez (Santa Monica College)

+ Mass Media, Gender, the Internet, and the World Wide Web
Steven Totosy (Martin-Luther Univ. Halle-Wittenberg [Germany])

The Media and Aggression against Women (COM STD 153)
Neil M. Malamuth (UCLA)

++ Nationalities, Sexualities, and Global TV (WMST 498K)
Katie King (Univ. of Maryland, College Park)

Race, Gender, and the Media (J475)
Radhika Parameswaran (Indiana Univ.)

++ Women and Mass Communication (JOMC 115)
Elizabeth M. Witherspoon (Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

+ Women, Language, and Communication (CTA/WS 211)
Katy Wiss (Western Connecticut State Univ.)

++ Women, Minorities, and the Media (J320)
Debra Merskin (Univ. of Oregon)

See also Gender, Sexuality, and Popular Culture in SEXUALITY

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