GSFS 0200

Feminist Foundations

Feminist Foundations
This course provides an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of gender, sexuality, and feminist studies. Focusing on the histories of feminism in the U.S., from the nineteenth century to the present, the course reveals the importance of gender and sexuality as analytical categories to understand social reality and to comprehend important areas of culture. Examining gender and sexuality always in conjunction with the categories of race and class, the course foregrounds how inequalities are perpetuated in different fields of human activity and the creative ways in which feminist movements have resisted these processes. 3 hrs. lect.
Gender Sexuality &Fem. Studies
PrgGender/Sexuality/Fem. Study
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Spring 2025

GSFS0200A-S25 Lecture

Fall 2024

GSFS0200A-F24 Lecture

Fall 2023

GSFS0200A-F23 Lecture (Thomsen)

Spring 2022

GSFS0200A-S22 Lecture (Gupta)

Fall 2021

GSFS0200A-F21 Lecture (Gupta)

Spring 2021

GSFS0200A-S21 Lecture (Gupta)

Fall 2020

GSFS0200A-F20 Lecture (Gupta)
GSFS0200Y-F20 Discussion (Gupta)
GSFS0200Z-F20 Discussion (Gupta)

Spring 2020

GSFS0200A-S20 Lecture (Gupta)

Fall 2019

GSFS0200A-F19 Lecture (Gupta)

Fall 2018

GSFS0200A-F18 Lecture (Moorti)

Fall 2017

GSFS0200A-F17 Lecture (Moorti)

Fall 2016

GSFS0200A-F16 Lecture (Moorti)

Spring 2016

GSFS0200A-S16 Lecture (Moorti)

Fall 2015

GSFS0200A-F15 Lecture (Moorti)

Spring 2015

GSFS0200A-S15 Lecture (Koch-Rein)

Fall 2014

GSFS0200A-F14 Lecture (Koch-Rein)

Spring 2014

GSFS0200A-S14 Lecture (Faraone)

Fall 2013

GSFS0200A-F13 Lecture (Moorti)