5733 exterior

The exterior of 5733 S University

5733 sign

The Center’s home at 5733 S University

Leila Ahmed

Lelia Ahmed gives a lecture in May 2012

Alison Bechdel and student

Alison Bechdel speaks with a student at an exhibition of her work

Lauren Berlant and Mel Chen

Professor Lauren Berlant introducing guest speaker Mel Chen

Lauren Berlant and Kristen Schilt

Professors Lauren Berlant and Kristen Schilt participate in a zine making workshop

Hillary Chute and Alison Bechdel

Professor Hillary Chute and Alison Bechdel

Classroom

Students participate in a classroom discussion at CSGS

Community room

The Community Room at 5733 S University

Student question

A student asks a question after a talk by Kimberly Peirce in October 2011

Courses

The following is a list of undergraduate and graduate courses that are being offered during the 2014-15 academic year. To read course descriptions, please click here.

Autumn 2014

  • GNSE 12000 The Biology of Gender
    Mark Osadjan TR 10:30-11:50
  • GNSE 15002 Gender and Sexuality in World Civilizations I
    Section 01Tara Zahra TR 10:30-11:50
    Section 02Susan Burns MW 1:30-2:50
  • GNSE 15600 Medieval English Literature (= ENGL 15600)
    Mark Miller TR 12:00-1:20
  • GNSE 20170 Sociology of Deviant Behavior (= SOCI 20175)
    Kristen Schilt TR 9:00-10:20
  • GNSE 21001 Cultural Psychology. (= CHDV 21000, PSYC 23000, PSYC 33000, ANTH 35110, CHDV 31000, AMER 33000, ANTH 24320, GNSE 31000)
    Richard Shweder TR 3:00-4:20
  • GNSE 21415 Gender and Sexuality in Roman Art (=ARTH 21415,ARTH 31415,CLCV 21415,CLAS 31415,GNSE 31415)
    Patrick Crowley MW 3:00-4:20
  • GNSE 23100 Foucault: History of Sexuality. (= PHIL 24800, CHSS 41900, HIPS 24300, CMLT 25001, FNDL 22001)
    This course centers on a close reading of the first volume of Michel Foucault’s The History of Sexuality
    Arnold Davidson TR 10:30-11:50 (plus discussion sections)
  • GNSE 23203 Haunted Houses: Or, the Gothic Transformation, an American Tale
    Amanda Davis TR 12:00-1:20
  • GNSE 25111 Identities are not born but made: What has race to do with sex? (= LACS 25101, LACS 35101, ANTH 23085, ANTH 31630, CRES 25101)
    Verena Stolcke TR 10:30-11:50
  • GNSE 25204 Economies of Gender (= ANTH 25204)
    Susanne Cohen MW 9:30-11:20
  • GNSE 25310 Love Connections: Stories of Famous Couples in Pre-Modern Indian Literature. (= SALC 25300, RLST 26811, CMLT 25310)
    Ilanit Loewy Shacham TR 10:30-11:50
  • GNSE 27607 Gender in Balkans: Wounded Men, Sworn Virgins, Eternal Mothers (= SOSL 27601, SOSL 37601, CMLT 23902, CMLT 33902)
    Angelina Ilieva TR 1:30-2:50
  • GNSE 29506 Artists Look at Women and War (= HMRT 29506,HMRT 39506,GNSE 39506)
    Pamela Blotner W 9:00-10:20, M 9:00-10:20
  • Winter 2015

  • GNSE 10100 Problems in the Study of Gender: Gender and Transfeminism
    Shanna Carlson/Amanda Davis MF 1:30-2:50
  • GNSE 15003 Gender and Sexuality in World Civilizations II
    Section 01Kristen Schilt TR 10:30-11:50
    Section 02Rochona Majumdar MW 1:30-2:50
  • GNSE 21400/31400 Advanced Theories of Gender and Sexuality (= BNSE 31400, MAPH 36500, ENGL 21401, ENGL 30201)
    Lauren Berlant TR 9:00-10:20
  • GNSE 24504 What is Masculinity?
    Aidan Beatty TR 12:00-1:30
  • GNSE 26213 Art of the Culture Wars? New Queer Cinema, Performance, Visual Art, 1980s- (= ARTH 26213, CMST 20903)
    Solveig Nelson TR 4:30-5:20
  • Spring 2015

  • GNSE 10100 Problems in the Study of Gender: Gender, Citizenship, and Violence
    Rochona Majumdar TBA
  • GNSE 10310 Theories of Gender and Sexuality
    Lauren Berlant, Kristen Schilt TR 10:30-11:50
  • GNSE 20309 Sex, Gender, and Medical Technologies of The Body
    Brandon Hill TBA
  • GNSE 22804 A Global History of Sexualities
    Lauren Stokes TBA