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Interdisciplinary Women's and Gender Studies Program will provide you the skills to examine and critique cultural, economic, historical, political, social, and sexual issues using feminist and queer philosophical paradigms. Aside from learning about a cross section of feminist and queer thinkers, places and events, you will explore ideas such as how one's gender affects access to power and whether or not the idea of power itself is an inherently problematic arrangement.
Below are Women's and Gender Studies Program Open Educational Resources (OER) / Zero Textbook Cost courses created for Brooklyn College.
OERs are organized by Course Number
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WGST 3122 / SOCY 3303 (Ferre) (Spring 2020)
Course: SOCY 3303 / WGST 3122 Title: Sociology of the Welfare State and Current Issues Professor: Juan Ferre Platform: LibGuides
WGST 3355 / THEA 3506 Women in Theater (Fall 2020)
Course: THEA 3506 / WGST 3355 Title: Women in Theater Professor: Laura Tesman Platform: Blackboard Semester: Fall 2020
WGST 3420 / SOCY 2600 Sociology of Gender (Fall 2020)
Course: SOCY 2600 / WGST 3420 Title: Sociology of Gender Professor: Dr. Namita Manohar Platform: Blackboard Semester: Fall 2020
WGST 3420 / SOCY 2600 (Madoré)
Course: SOCY 2600 / WGST 3420 Title: Gender and Society. Professor: Marianne Madoré Platform: LibGuides Semester: Fall 2019
WGST 3550 (Fall 2020)
Course: WGST 3550 Title: Prison Abolition: History, Theory and Practice Professor: Nadja Eisenberg-Guyot Platform: LibGuides Semester: Fall 2020
WGST 4410W: Women and Gender Studies Senior Seminar