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  • Women's Studies

    Dr. Howard C. Daudistel, Dean

    Dr. Mimi R. Gladstein, Associate Dean

    Dr. Evelyn Posey, Associate Dean

    Liberal Arts Bldg., 343
    Phone: (915) 747-5666
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  • Women's Studies
    Web site at:http://www.utep.edu/womens/

    233 Liberal Arts
    (915) 747-5200

    DIRECTOR: Shelley S. Armitage
    PROFESSORS: Gladstein, McGee Deutsch, Mortimer, Staudt
    ASSOCIATE PROFESSORS: Byrd, Howard, Marchino, MelÚndez
    ASSISTANT PROFESSORS: Beyer, Ryan, Whitley
    LECTURER: Farah

    Women's Studies involves the interdisciplinary study of women's experiences, emphasizing historical, contemporary, and future issues concerning women and men. Integration of studies of women through the various disciplines, including information and methods, allows for investigation of women's lives and work, including both academic and first-hand research.

    Minor in Women's Studies
    To complete a Women's Studies minor, students must earn at least 18 hours in courses approved for Women's Studies credit. At least 15 hours must be at the upper-division level, representing more than one discipline. Courses considered part of an interdisciplinary core include WS 3200 (Introduction to Women's Studies), ENGL 3360 (Women in Literature), HIST 3391 (History of Women), POLS 3414 (Women, Power, and Politics), and SOCI 3370 (Sociology of Sex Roles).

    Other courses appropriate for the Women's Studies minor are taught regularly or as special topics in a number of departments. These include, but are not limited to CRIJ 3400 (Women and Crime), CHIC 3301 (La Chicana), MGMT 3499 (Men and Women as Colleagues in Organizations), SOCI 3215 (Marriage and Family), and THEA 3356 (Women in Drama).

    Women's Studies (WS) Courses

  • 3200 Introduction to Women's Studies (3-0)
      This course focuses on the experience of women primarily from the perspective of the social sciences and humanities. A cross-cultural and interdisciplinary course, WS 3200 introduces students to historical and contemporary issues and works, encouraging students to relate to these women's experiences and to the issues, feminist theories, and public policies involved.
  • 3390 Special Topics in Women's Studies (3-0)
      Examination of currently relevant subjects in women's studies from interdisciplinary or specific perspectives. Topics will vary and may concern themselves with history, theory, methods, criticism, and other areas of importance. May be repeated for credit when topic varies.

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