The Minor

The Gender Studies minor consists of five courses, with at least one from Humanities and one from Social Sciences, drawn from the following:* 

HUMANITIES COURSES

ENGL 250 - Women in African Literature

ENGL 258 - American War Literature

ENGL 275 - American Literature and the Environment

ENGL 305 - Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde

ENGL 343 - Sexuality before Sex in Early American Literatures

ENGL 362 - Literary Theory

ENGL 432 - Jane Austen

ENGL 435 - The Brontës

ENGL 454 - Lawrence and Woolf

ENGL 465 - Hemingway

GEND 268 - Introduction to Gender Studies - Humanities focus

PHIL 267 - Introduction to Gender Studies - Humanities focus

PHIL 310 - Feminist Thought

RELI 327 - Race, Gender, Empire, and the Bible

RELI 330 - Religion, Gender, and Sexuality

SPAN 485 - Gender and Power in the Latin American Novel

SOCIAL SCIENCES COURSES

ANTH 280 - Anthropology of Gender

ANTH 390 - Social Inequality and Identity

GEND 267 - Introduction to Gender Studies - Social Sciences focus

HIST 140 - Leisure in America

HIST 150 - Great Wars, the Great Depression, and the Great Gatsby, 1914-1945

HIST 226 - Renaissance and Reformation Europe

HIST 227 - Medicine and Disease in Pre-Modern Europe

HIST 307 - Gender and Society in East Asia

HIST 318 - Magic and Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe

POLI 100 - Issues in Politics:  Gender

POLI 100 - Issues in Politics:  HIV/AIDS

POLI 300 - Feminist Political Thought

POLI 380 - Gender, Sexuality, and American Politics

PSYC 260 - Human Sexuality

PSYC 400 - Psychology of Gender

SOCI 250 - Sociology of the Family

SOCI 255 - Gender in Film and Television

SOCI 310 - Gender and Sexuality     

*If a course offered at Hendrix has a clear focus on gender but is not listed above, students may petition the Gender Studies chair to have the course count toward the Gender Studies minor. 

Students may count one course in their major discipline towards the Gender Studies minor, but this course will not count toward their major.