Courses Offered in 2016-2017

Fall 2016


AN 135 Gender and Sex Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective (4)

A survey of the diversity of male and female roles in a variety of cultures. A review of the anthropological theories that explain the similarities and differences in the ways in which cultures construct gender and determine sex roles. Taught by Dr. Meredith Whitnah, Sociology professor


Spring 2017


ENG 160 Women Writers (4)

Writing by women in a variety of genres, arranged chronologically or thematically to focus on questions related to gender, class, race, and spirituality. With the instructor's permission, may be repeated for credit as topics vary. Taught by Dr. Cheri Larsen-Hoeckley, English professor


SOC 135 Gender and Sex Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective (4)

A survey of the diversity of male and female roles in a variety of cultures. A review of the anthropological theories that explain the similarities and differences in the ways in which cultures construct gender and determine sex roles. Taught by Dr. Meredith Whitnah, Sociology professor