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Current Semester Luther Courses

Art & Art History
CRN30114
ListingARTH 211-L01
CourseIntroduction to Museum Display
InstructorTak Pham
Time1430 - 1715
DaysR

What is a museum? This course will introduce history, values, and traditions that Western museums are built up on. With a special focus on art and visual culture, the course will explore how the idea of art museum has evolved in response to changes in socio-political climate and public demands. Fundamental museological and curatorial concepts such as the “cabinet of curiosity,” the “white cube,” and the “artificial hell” will be critically discussed through historical and contemporary case studies. The course is also an introduction to curatorial practice with guest presentations by accomplished art critics, art historians, and curators.

CRN30115
ListingARTH 213-L01
Course17th Century Art & Architecture
InstructorFrancesco Freddolini
Time1430 - 1715
DaysM

This course examines the art and architecture of the seventeenth century and explores the careers of the major artists active in the prominent centres of Italy and Europe, such as Caravaggio, Bernini, Rubens, and Rembrandt. This course will take place when the MacKenzie Art Gallery will have an exhibition on Rembrandt. Therefore, we will be able to see the works we study in the flesh—an invaluable and rare opportunity!

Biology
CRN30159
ListingBIOL 100-L01
CourseBiology I (ENGL/SCIENCE BUNDLE)
InstructorNicole Hansmeier
Time1000 - 1115
DaysMW

Must also register in CHEM 104-003, ENGL 100-L05, and lab section 097. An examination of biological molecules, cell structure, and fundamental cellular processes, bioenergetics, genetics, evolution, and animal and plant physiology.

CRN30175
ListingBIOL 140-L01
CourseHuman Biology for Non-majors
InstructorLaura Ambrose
Time1130 - 1245
DaysTR

Plus one lab section L02, L03, L04 or L05

CRN30176
ListingBIOL 140-L02
CourseLAB
Instructor
Time1430 - 1715
DaysM

CRN30177
ListingBIOL 140-L03
CourseLAB
Instructor
Time1430 - 1715
DaysT
CRN30178
ListingBIOL 140-L04
CourseLAB
Instructor
Time1430 - 1715
DaysM
CRN30179
ListingBIOL 140-L05
CourseLAB
Instructor
Time0830 - 1115
DaysT
CRN30182
ListingBIOL 150-L01
CourseBiological Principles
InstructorNicole Hansmeier
Time1130 - 1245
DaysTR

Plus one lab section L02-L03. Did you ever wonder how a spider can walk on water, why the colour of leaves change in fall, or why you look different from your siblings? We will answer these and other every day questions surrounding biology, and talk about how scientists investigate life, evolution, cell theory, biological diversity, genetics, biotechnology, and so much more.

CRN30183
ListingBIOL 150-L02
CourseLAB
Instructor
Time0830 - 1115
DaysR
CRN30184
ListingBIOL 150-L03
CourseLAB
Instructor
Time1430 - 1715
DaysR
CRN30211
ListingBIOL 341-L01
CourseBiometrics
InstructorBjoern Wissel
Time1730 - 1845
DaysMW

Biometrics provides a thorough understanding of hypothesis development and testing for biological data using parametric statistics. Specific analytical techniques include correlation, regression, various types of analysis of variance (ANOVA), and associated diagnostics. All analyses are conducted using IBM SPSS Statistics software package. Students will learn how to design experiments, and approach and solve diverse statistical problems through regular assignments.

Creative Technologies
CRN33156
ListingCTCH 213-L01
CourseBranding, Advertising and Design
InstructorAnnalisa Raho
Time1430 - 1715
DaysT

This course explores design practices for branding and advertising as they are developed in a professional environment. Through experiential learning processes, lectures, case studies and studio projects, students will gain practical and theoretical knowledge to create and understand the visual language underpinning brand identities and advertising campaigns.

CRN33157
ListingCTCH 214-L01
CourseVisual Communication for the Web
InstructorAnnalisa Raho
Time1430 - 1715
DaysW

This course focuses on skills, experiences, and critical thinking related to the production of online communication experiences. While investigating case studies and visual communication principles, students will engage with projects including display/mobile advertising, as well as the design of a website.

English
CRN31193
ListingENGL 100-L01
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I (LIVING LEARNING COMMUNITY)
InstructorBenjamin Salloum
Time1130 - 1245
DaysTR

For Living Learning Community students only. This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31194
ListingENGL 100-L02
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I (JUSTICE & JOURNALISM BUNDLE)
InstructorScott Wilson
Time1300 - 1415
DaysTR

Must also register in PHIL 150-L02. This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing. For this Luther Bundle course, students will also practice multimedia literacy, interview and oral presentation skills, reflective writing, and will learn about law and journalism from guest speakers.

CRN31195
ListingENGL 100-L03
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I
InstructorCredence McFadzean
Time0830 - 0945
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31196
ListingENGL 100-L04
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I (PRE-NURSING BUNDLE)
InstructorScott Wilson
Time1000 - 1115
DaysTR

Must also register in PSYC 101-L02 and STAT 100-L02. This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31197
ListingENGL 100-L05
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I (ENGLISH/SCIENCE BUNDLE)
InstructorNoel Chevalier
Time1300 - 1415
DaysTR

Must also register in BIOL 100-L01 & CHEM 104-003. This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31198
ListingENGL 100-L06
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I
InstructorDorothy Lane
Time1000-1115
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31200
ListingENGL 100-L08
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I
InstructorAlexandra Fenson
Time1030 - 1120
DaysMWF

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31201
ListingENGL 100-L09
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I
InstructorCredence McFadzean
Time1430 - 1545
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31202
ListingENGL 100-L11
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I
InstructorKathryn MacLennan
Time1300 - 1415
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31203
ListingENGL 100-L12
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I
InstructorMichael Horacki
Time1430 - 1545
DaysTR

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31204
ListingENGL 100-L13
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I
InstructorJed LaCoste
Time1330 - 1420
DaysMWF

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31205
ListingENGL 100-L14
CourseCritical Reading & Writing I
InstructorJed LaCoste
Time1530 - 1620
DaysMWF

This course develops students' proficiency in critical reading and writing through the study of a wide range of non-literary and literary texts, and the study of composition, with emphasis on connections between modes of reading and writing.

CRN31223
ListingENGL 110-L01
CourseCritical Reading & Writing II
InstructorBenjamin Salloum
Time0930 - 1020
DaysMWF

TBA

CRN31234
ListingENGL 251-L01
CourseExpository Persuasive Writing
InstructorMichael Horacki
Time1000 - 1115
DaysTR

Students will complete a variety of diverse writing tasks (for instance, composing expository and persuasive essays, cover letters, resumes, professional emails, reviews, captions, instructions, abstracts, and annotated bibliography entries). These tasks will focus on producing writing that is crafted to one’s audience, and is marked by unity, coherence, precision, fluency, clarity, logic, and originality. Classes will often be structured as workshops, which will be focused on discussing sample readings, tactics and strategies for producing impactful writing, interpreting and responding to constructive critiques, assessing one’s own writing, and revising. This is not a remedial course. Students are expected to have mastered the mechanics of sentence structure and punctuation as a basic requirement for entering the class.

CRN31244
ListingENGL 384AH
CourseLiterature of Pirates
InstructorNoel Chevalier
Time1130 - 1220
DaysMWF

Wooden legs, parrots, swords, the Jolly Roger: our image of pirates is consistently recognisable, because it derives from a specific period in history, the so-called “Golden Age of Piracy” (1715-1730). While the world of pirates as depicted in fiction is colourful and exciting, the real world of the pirates of the Golden Age also has social and political dimensions that Hollywood always leaves out. Texts will include familiar pirate stories, such as "Treasure Island", along with narratives from the Golden Age itself, such as Charles Johnson’s "General History of the Pyrates" and Daniel Defoe’s "Captain Singleton".

History
CRN31634
ListingHIST 150-L01
CourseToday's World: Historical Perspective
InstructorMarc Patenaude
Time1230 - 1320
DaysMWF

This course focuses on historicizing the modern wave of terror attacks by groups such as Al Qaeda and ISIS/ISIL. By examining historical precedents in the 19th and 20th centuries, students will be able to understand that "terrorism" is neither a modern phenomenon nor restricted to one group or region. Three areas of historical study - the US in the 19th century, Britain and Ireland, including "The Troubles", and the Middle East in the 20th centruy - will provide a comparative context through which students can analyze the spread of the use of terror and their political objectives.

CRN31642
ListingHIST 271-L01
CourseHistory of Medicine
InstructorYvonne Petry
Time1300 - 1415
DaysTR

Illness and disease have always been - and continue to be - central factors in human history. This course will explore the cultural history of western medicine from its Greek foundations to the turn of the twentieth century. We will examine how concepts of disease, medicine, and the body have changed over time, from the four humours to germ theory. Some of the themes that we’ll explore include: epidemics and their social consequences, the role of magic and religion in healing, medical views of gender differences and reproductive issues, historic perspectives on mental illness, and ongoing questions around who has the right to practice medicine.

Interdisciplinary Studies
CRN31667
ListingIDS 100-L01
CourseInterdisciplinary Studies: Historical Issues
InstructorNoel Chevalier
Time1000 - 1115
DaysTR

Defining humanity; recognising the rights of all people; determining social roles for men and women; tracing the effects of Western Imperialism; coming to terms with Western perceptions of Islam: while many of these issues are common for us in the 21st century, people have been trying to understand and solve them for over 300 years. This course will examine these and other so-called “contemporary issues” by placing them within their historical context, beginning in the 17th century and continuing through to today, and by studying what political thinkers, essayists, and even poets, novelists, and artists of the past had to say about them. By using the perspectives from a variety of disciplines — especially history, sociology, psychology, political science, and even literary studies — we will look at how the world-views of our ancestors have shaped the world that we live in today, with the hope that by understanding the past we are not condemned to repeat it.

Mathematics
CRN32058
ListingMATH 103-L01
CourseApplied Calculus I
InstructorIqbal Husain
Time0830 - 0945
DaysTR

Plus lab section L10. Differentiation of algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Optimization, curve sketching, and integration by substitution.

CRN32059
ListingMATH 103-L10
CourseLAB
InstructorTBA
Time0930 - 1020
DaysF
CRN32078
ListingMATH 110-L01
CourseCalculus I
InstructorFotini Labropulu
Time1000 - 1115
DaysTR

Plus lab section L10. One of the great mathematical advances of all time, calculus has broad applicability across disciplines. This introductory calculus class covers the theory and techniques of differentiation and integration of algebraic and triogonometric functions. Topics will inclues limits, optimization, curve sketching, and calculation of areas.

CRN32079
ListingMATH 110-L02
CourseCalculus I (ENGL/SCIENCE students only)
InstructorFotini Labropulu
Time1000 - 1115
DaysTR

Plus lab section L10. One of the great mathematical advances of all time, calculus has broad applicability across disciplines. This introductory calculus class covers the theory and techniques of differentiation and integration of algebraic and triogonometric functions. Topics will inclues limits, optimization, curve sketching, and calculation of areas.

CRN32080
ListingMATH 110-L03
CourseCalculus I (MATH ED students only)
InstructorFotini Labropulu
Time1000 - 1115
DaysTR

Plus lab section L10. One of the great mathematical advances of all time, calculus has broad applicability across disciplines. This introductory calculus class covers the theory and techniques of differentiation and integration of algebraic and triogonometric functions. Topics will inclues limits, optimization, curve sketching, and calculation of areas.

CRN32081
ListingMATH 110-L10
CourseLAB
InstructorFotini Labropulu
Time1430 - 1520
DaysM
CRN32093
ListingMATH 122-L01
CourseLinear Algebra I
InstructorIqbal Husain
Time1130 - 1245
DaysMW

Plus lab section L10. The objective of this course is to introduce students to elementary linear algebra, particularly at a computational and applied level. Topics include vectors in Euclidean space, systems of linear equations, Gaussian reduction, matrices, matrix operations, vector spaces, linear dependence, bases, dimensions, determinants, eigenvectors and eigenvalues. The emphasis of this course is on problem-solving rather than theoretical development.

CRN32094
ListingMATH 122-L10
CourseLAB
InstructorIqbal Husain
Time0930 - 1020
DaysM
CRN32110
ListingMATH 381-L01
CourseDifferential Equations II
InstructorFotini Labropulu
Time1130 - 1245
DaysTR

Solutions to non-linear equations. Existence and uniqueness of solution to initial-value problems. Series solutions and Frobenius Method. Introduction to Bessel's and Legendre's equations and their solutions. Orthogonal functions, orthogonal series, and Fourier series. Solutions of boundary-value problems using separation of variables. Solutions to non-homogeneous equations and/or non-homogeneous boundary conditions. Introduction to transform methods.

Music & Music History
CRN32153
ListingMU 100-L01
CourseIntroduction to Music
InstructorTrent Liepert
Time1030 - 1120
DaysMWF

What would life be without music? This entertaining survey course is geared toward students with no or little musical background who wish to increase their listening skills and learn more about Western classical art music. We will begin with the instruments of the orchestra and basic musical elements, followed by a chronological survey of important composers (including Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Chopin, etc.) and representative genres (chant, mass, symphony, concerto, opera, etc.). Students will write three tests throughout the semester; an extended assignment in two parts that includes a detailed concert report will replace the final exam. In lieu of a textbook, we will be using online sources exclusively. NOTE: Attendance of local concerts featuring classical music is required. No music reading ability is necessary.

CRN32185
ListingMUHI 202-L01
CourseMusic History Survey
InstructorTrent Liepert
Time1230 - 1320
DaysMWF

This fast-paced survey class traces the fascinating history of Western European music during the Classical, Romantic and Modern periods. Students will develop basic listening, writing, and critical thinking skills. Progress throughout the semester will be assessed via three in-class tests. A summary assignment – which involves LCUR’s “Writing Across the Disciplines” coordinator – and a music library assignment will prepared students for the short, laddered research paper and annotated bibliography that replaces the final exam. Attendance of local concerts is also required. NOTE: This class is compulsory for, and geared toward B.Mus. students; music reading skills and basic music theory knowledge are required.

Nonprofit Sector Leadership & Innovation
CRN32240
ListingNSLI 300-L01
CourseNonprofit Organizational Management
InstructorCaroline Graves
Time1900 - 2145
DaysW

An introduction to management and leadership principles and practices for nonprofit organizations, including regulatory requirements, organization types, governance and decision-making models, strategic planning, capacity building, leadership styles, sustainability, partnerships/alliances with other organizations, and roles and responsibilities of boards of directors. Technology and software resources for organizational development are presented.

Philosophy
CRN32248
ListingPHIL 100-L01
CourseIntroduction to Philosophy
InstructorDustin Olson
Time1030 - 1120
DaysMWF

Philosophy seeks to satisfy our intellectual curiosity about enduring questions: what we can know, what is meaningful, how should we live our lives—all dimensions of the traditional search for wisdom. We will explore questions concerning knowledge and truth, mind and body, personal identity, free will, morality, politics, and the existence of God. You will also be introduced to various areas of philosophy including metaphysics, critical thinking, epistemology, ethics, political philosophy, and philosophy of religion.

CRN32253
ListingPHIL 150-L01
CourseCritical Thinking
InstructorRoger Petry
Time1130 - 1245
DaysTR

Critical thinking - also called logic - is the study of how to distinguish good reasoning from bad, correct thinking from incorrect. It's a little like grammar: we use it all the time, usually without thinking about it. But like grammar, critical thinking involves universal rules that you may not be familiar with. Studying these rules will help you to use them more effectively, and so to become a better thinker.

CRN32254
ListingPHIL 150-L01
CourseCritical Thinking (JUSTICE & JOURNALISM BUNDLE)
InstructorRoger Petry
Time1130 - 1245
DaysTR

Critical thinking - also called logic - is the study of how to distinguish good reasoning from bad, correct thinking from incorrect. It's a little like grammar: we use it all the time, usually without thinking about it. But like grammar, critical thinking involves universal rules that you may not be familiar with. Studying these rules will help you to use them more effectively, and so to become a better thinker.

CRN32257
ListingPHIL 242-L01
CoursePhilosophy of Religion
InstructorRoger Petry
Time1300 - 1415
DaysTR

This course examines contemporary philosophical debates about spritual and religious claims, religious experience, and the role of reason in holding spiritual beliefs. In doing so, modern forumulations of traditional objections to these claims (such as the problem of evil and non-supernatural explanations for their origins) and the meaningfulness of religious language will be examined. Other topics will include: ways of intellectually responding to conflicts between religious traditions; the relationship between religion, ethics, and politics; religious and spiritual practives (such as prayer).

Psychology
CRN32376
ListingPSYC 101-L01
CourseIntroductory Psychology: Social, Developmental, Clinical
InstructorJaime Williams
Time1300 - 1415
DaysTR

An introduction to the social science aspects of psychology, including the study of adjustment, disorders, development, personality and the social environment of the person.

CRN32377
ListingPSYC 101-L02
CourseIntroductory Psychology: Social, Developmental, Clinical (PRE-NURSING BUNDLE)
InstructorJaime Williams
Time
Days

Must also register in ENGL 100-L04 and STAT 100-L02. An introduction to the social science aspects of psychology, including the study of adjustment, disorders, development, personality and the social environment of the person.

CRN32387
ListingPSYC 210-L01
CourseLifespan Developmental Psychology
InstructorCharles Hackney
Time1900 - 2145
DaysT

A study of developmental processes across the lifespan; the interaction between environmental and biological processes; maturational and learning factors; how these interact with social influences in the developing person.

CRN32390
ListingPSYC 220-L01
CourseSocial Psychology
InstructorIan MacAusland-Berg
Time0830 - 0945
DaysWF

Social psychology, the study of human behaviour in its social context, deals with the way we think socially, the impressions we form of others, and emphasizes the influence of group membership and interactions. Learn about: cognition, perception, the self, propaganda, prejudice, discrimination, prosocial behaviour, aggression, love, charismatic leaders, and cults. Take a glimpse into our social world and how these various concepts relate to everyday interactions!

CRN32392
ListingPSYC 230-L01
CoursePersonality Psychology
InstructorIan MacAusland-Berg
Time1130 - 1220
DaysMWF

An integrative course examining various perspectives on the study of the person.

CRN32401
ListingPSYC 330-L01
CoursePsychology of Women
InstructorSusan Weir
Time1130 - 1245
DaysTR

An examination of the major theories and research methodologies in the field of the Psychology of Women. Philosophical values of feminism and the psychological impact of women’s historical roles in society will be considered throughout the course. A crosscultural comparison of women’s issues will be included.

CRN32403
ListingPSYC 333-L01
CourseAbnormal Psychology
InstructorSusan Weir
Time0930 - 1020
DaysMWF

This course will discuss in detail issues related to psychological and psychiatric disorders including diagnosis, definition, history, and controversies surrounding classification. This course will use the scientist/practitioner approach to abnormal psychology that emphasizes the application of clinical methods from an empirical perspective. Issues related to service delivery in terms of therapy and treatment will also be discussed.

Religious Studies
CRN32455
ListingRLST 100-L01
CourseIntroduction to Religious Studies
InstructorVolker Greifenhagen
Time0930 - 1020
DaysMWF

Religion is an important part of human experience that explains how the universe was created and our place in it. While religion answers questions about existence, it also shapes our daily lives - what we wear, eat, and do every day.We will study the body, colonialism, gender, and society in relation to religion with the goal of developing an understanding of lived religion and an appreciation for religious and cultural diversity.

CRN32456
ListingRLST 100-L02
CourseIntroduction to Religious Studies
InstructorMichelle Folk
Time0830 - 0945
DaysTR

Religion is an important part of human experience that explains how the universe was created and our place in it. While religion answers questions about existence, it also shapes our daily lives - what we wear, eat, and do every day.We will study the body, colonialism, gender, and society in relation to religion with the goal of developing an understanding of lived religion and an appreciation for religious and cultural diversity.

CRN32462
ListingRLST 241-L01
CourseIslam
InstructorVolker Greifenhagen
Time1000 - 1115
DaysTR

We will explore the basic beliefs and practices of Muslims, as they historically developed and as they come to expression in various Muslim communities today. Included will be a consideration of the prophet Muhammad, the Qur’an, the development of foundational Muslim ideas and institutions, and the continuing history of contact, influence and (mis)conceptions between non-Muslims and Muslims.

CRN32464
ListingRLST 275-L01
CourseWomen in World Religions
InstructorBrenda Anderson
Time1130 - 1415
DaysW

What do religions have to say about women, and what do women have to say about religion? This course surveys traditional and feminist perspectives on women and the feminine in Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and within Canadian First Nations teachings. In addition to lectures and much discussion, students will have the opportunity to view videos and listen to women who are adherents of each tradition.

Sociology
CRN32488
ListingSOC 209-L01
CourseReligion & Society
InstructorJeffrey Walters
Time1000 - 1115
DaysTR

This course introduces students to sociological analyses and theoretical perspectives on the place of religion in modern society. The course focuses on issues such as secularization, fundamentalism, sects and cults, and Third World religious movements.

CRN32489
ListingSOC 211-L01
CourseEthnic and Cultural Diversity
InstructorLori Walker
Time1300 - 1415
DaysTR

This course introduces students to sociological analyses and theories of ethnic and cultural diversity, with an emphasis on contemporary Canada. Specific topics might include Aboriginal cultures in Canadian society, issues arising from conflicts between concepts of human rights nd specific cultural practices, overt and systemic racism, and controversies about immigration.

Statistics
CRN32586
ListingSTAT 100-L01
CourseElementary Statistics for Applications
InstructorVijaya Agasthian
Time1430 - 1545
DaysTR

An introduction to statistical methods; descriptive statistics; the normal distribution; basic techniques of statistical inference; confidence intervals and hypothesis tests for population means and proportions; simple linear regression; and one-way analysis of variance.

CRN32587
ListingSTAT 100-L02 (PRE-NURSING BUNDLE)
CourseElementary Statistics for Applications
InstructorVijaya Agasthian
Time1430 - 1545
DaysTR

For Pre-Nursing Bundle students only. Must also register in ENGL 100-L04 and PSYC 101-L02. An introduction to statistical methods; descriptive statistics; the normal distribution; basic techniques of statistical inference; confidence intervals and hypothesis tests for population means and proportions; simple linear regression; and one-way analysis of variance.

CRN32596
ListingSTAT 200-L01
CourseIntermediate Statistics for Applications
InstructorVijaya Agasthian
Time1600 - 1715
DaysTR

A continuation of STAT 100; inference for two categorical variables; basic multiple linear regression; two-way analysis of variance; introduction to nonparametric methods; statistical process control; introduction to survey design.

Women's & Gender Studies
CRN32833
ListingWGST 100-L01
CourseIntroduction to Women's and Gender Studies
InstructorBrenda Anderson
Time1530 - 1620
DaysMWF

Have you ever wondered why boys don’t cry and women like pink? Have you heard of feminism? Figuring out the world begins with thinking about ourselves-our upbringing, our social location, our perceptions - and wondering where our ideas come from. If you like thinking about theory but also about making a difference in the world, or if you have questions about sexualities, politics, religion, colonialism and First Nations teachings, men’s movements, economics, and global development, or if you just want to know the history of the North American movement, try this class out.