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

Last updated: July 15, 2006

Sociology/Social Work

Sociology/Social Work

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

Battered Women, Work, and Welfare: A Research Seminar (Sociology 2032)
Lisa D. Brush (Univ. of Pittsburgh)

++ Family Violence and Prevention: Exploring the Issues (SW 3706)
Cari Michaels (Univ. of Minnesota)

Feminism and Poverty in the United States
Beth Kowaleski-Wallace, Molly Mead (Radcliffe College)

Feminist Family Sociology (SOC/WMNST 597C)
Michael Johnson (Pennsylvania State Univ.)

Gender and Inequality (Soc 217)
Jean L. Potuchek (Gettysburg College)

Gender and the Life Course (SOCY 497/698/WMST 490)
Leslie Morgan (Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County)

Gender and Social Policies in Cross-National Perspective (Sociology 2430)
Lisa D. Brush (Univ. of Pittsburgh)

Gender and Socio-Economic Development in the Americas (SOC 309)
Patricia Fernández Kelly (Princeton Univ.)

++ Gender and Trade Unions (SOC 4S3)
Carl Cuneo (McMaster Univ., Canada)

Gender, Race, and Economic Inequality in the U. S. (SOC 719/WS 585)
Irene Browne (Emory Univ.)

Gender, the State, and Social Policy in Cross-National Perspective (SOCY 497/697)
Marina Adler (Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County)

++ Gender Violence in Global Perspective (SW 3705)
Diane Knust (Univ. of Minnesota)

Gender, Work, and Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective (SOCY/WMST 433/633)
Marina Adler (Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County)

+ Inequality: Race, Class, and Gender (SOC 221)
Bruce Western (Princeton Univ.)

++ Interventions with Battered Women and Their Families (SW 5707)
Jeffrey L. Edleson and Annelies Hagemeister (Univ. of Minnesota)

+ On Trial: Affirmative Action at the Dawn of a New Century (Freshman Seminar 149W)
Patricia Fernández Kelly (Princeton Univ.)

++ Race, Class & Gender: The American Experience (SOC 248)
Ian Lapp (Syracuse Univ.)

+ Race, Gender, Culture: Re-Imagining "Justice" in the U.S. (CSP 20)
Donna Maeda (Occidental College)

++ Race, Gender, and Justice: Rethinking Representation (CSP 52)
Gabrielle Foreman, Ron Buckmire, and Laura Kuo (Occidental College)

Racism and Sexism (Sociology 083S.1)
Mike Johnson (Pennsylvania State Univ.)

Sex, Gender, and Society (SOC 118)
Janice I. Farkas (Duke Univ.)

+ Social Change and Gender Inequality (SOC 599)
Sara Curran and Sara McLanahan (Princeton Univ.)

Social Psychology of Domestic Violence (Sociology/Women's Studies 597F)
Mike Johnson (Pennsylvania State Univ.)

+ Sociology of Gender (SOC 311)
Barbara Mori (California Polytechnic State Univ.)

Sociology of Gender (SOC 305)
Eleanor Townsley (Mt. Holyoke College)

Sociology of Gender (SOC 325)
Michael S. Ofsowitz (Univ. of Maryland, European Division)

++ The Sociology of Gender (SOCI 357)
Kristen Myers (Northern Illinois Univ.)

++ Sociology of Rape (Sociology 3925)
John Hamlin (Univ. of Minnesota, Twin Cities)

Sociology of Sex and Gender (SOC 225/WS 231)
Irene Browne (Emory Univ.)

Sociology of Sex Roles (SOC/WS 110)
Michael P. Johnson (Pennsylvania State Univ.)

Sociology of Women (SOCY/WMST 355)
Leslie Morgan (Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County)

+ Topics in Sex and Gender (SOCY 3046) Martha E. Gimenez (Univ. of Colorado, Boulder)

Violence Against Women (CJ 400)
Mark Hansel (Minnesota State Univ., Moorhead)

Women and Men in Contemporary Society (SOC/WMST 223)
Bill Lovecamp (Southern Illinois Univ.)

Women and Violence (WSM 187/SWM 108)
Barrie Levy (UCLA)

+ Women in Poverty (SOCA/WMS 290/490)
Mary Kay Schleiter (Univ. of Wisconsin, Parkside)

Women, Welfare, and Poverty (WSTU 270.80/SOC 252.80)
Cynthia Deitch (George Washington Univ.)

+ Working Women (Sociology 1448/8448)
Lisa D. Brush (Univ. of Pittsburgh)

See also Borders and Betrayals: Engendering Cultural Identities and The Contemporary Family, in ANTHROPOLOGY; Social Theory: Cultural Diversity, in COMMUNICATIONS; Race, Gender, and Economic Status, in ECONOMICS;Family Violence and Family Violence and the Practice of Public Health, in HEALTH; Feminist Theory, Law, and Social Policy, in LAW; Human Sexuality and Sexual Identities, in SEXUALITY; and Race, Class and Gender, Women and Poverty, and Women and Violence in WOMEN'S STUDIES.

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