Women's, Gender &
Sexuality Studies

University of Houston
624 Agnes Arnold Hall
Houston, TX 77204
Phone: (713) 743-3214
Fax: (713) 743-0931
WGSS@uh.edu

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Hours for Spring 2014:

Mondays 8AM - 4PM
Tuesdays 8AM - 4PM
Wednesdays 9AM - 5PM
Thursdays 9AM-5PM
Fridays 10AM-4PM

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Courses

Spring 2014 Cross-listed Courses (Subject to Change)

Offered Regularly

Graduate

  • ANTH 6317: Anthropology & Gender
  • ART 6394: Women Artists 
  • COMM 6334: Family Communication 
  • ENGL 6314: Feminist Criticism 
  • ENGL 8364: Women Writers 
  • HIST 6393: Readings in US Women’s History 
  • HIST 6396: Latin American Women’s History 
  • HIST 6393: History of US Welfare State 
  • HLT 6322: Dimensions in Women’s Health 
  • LAW 5361: Women and the Law 
  • SOC 6390: Sociology of Gender 
  • SOCW 6304: Women’s Issues in Social Work 
  • SPAN 7394: Women Writers in the Golden the Golden Age 
  • WOST 6301: Feminist Theory and Methodology (required)

Undergraduate

Social Sciences

  • ANTH 3347: Anthropology of Women
  • HLT 4306: Women’s Health Issues
  • POLS 3390: Women in Politics
  • POLS 3368: Race, Gender and Ethnic Politics
  • PSYC 3331: Psychology of Gender
  • SOC 3371: Sociology of the Family
  • SOC 3390: Sociology of Gender
  • SOC 3397: African American Women
  • SOC 3397: La Mexicana and US Society

Humanities

  • ARTH 4393: Women Artists
  • COMM 3372: Gender and Media
  • CLAS 3374: Women in the Ancient World
  • ENGL 3362: Women in Literature
  • ENGL 3396: Intro to Queer Theory
  • ENGL 4378: Women Writers
  • ENGL 4396: Feminist Theory & Crticism
  • HIST 3320: US Women’s History since 1840
  • HIST 3326: Af-Am Women-Slavery & Freedom
  • HIST 3351: Work & Family Life-Modern Europe
  • HIST 3378: The Modern Middle East
  • HIST 3394: Chicana History
  • HIST 3395: State & Society in the Middle East
  • HIST 4395: Women in Latin America
  • HIST 4395: East Asian Women
  • PHIL 3356: Feminist Philosophy
  • SPAN 3350: Women in Hispanic Literture

*WOST 2350: Introduction to Women's Studies (CORE, required)