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    Fort Lewis College
   
    Dec 06, 2022  
2008 - 2009 Catalog of Courses 
    
2008 - 2009 Catalog of Courses [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Gender & Women’s Studies


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Coordinator - Michele M. Malach
Professors - Kathleen S. Fine-Dare, Kathryn Moller, Susan Moss, and Carol L. Smith
Associate Professors - Alane S. Brown, Janine M. Fitzgerald,
Jennifer A. Gehrman, Michele M. Malach, Delilah Orr, and Sarah Roberts-Cady
Assistant Professors - John Baranski, Keri Brandt, Marcelyn Jung, and Michael T. Martin

The Gender and Women’s Studies (G/WS) major and minor approach the study of gender – including masculinity, women’s equality, human sexuality, and human sexual orientation – from deeply interdisciplinary perspective. Informed by feminist and other critical theories, the G/WS curriculum is committed to honest and productive discussions about the key role of gender in social life; the interplay of race, class, and gender in the construction of meaning; and the seasons that unequal access to resources and power persists in the world. Central to a G/WS program is respect for diversity; a concern for social justice; and an exploration of alternative ways of achieving self-expression, conducting research, and working in the world. The major is designed to fit squarely within a liberal arts tradition as well as to prepare students for careers in arenas where addressing social inequality is important.

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