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2011 Course Offerings

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2010 Course Offerings

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2009 Course Offerings

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2008 Course Offerings
Anthropology Department
E371: Modern Jewish Society and Culture (counts for graduate credit)
E682: Memory and Culture
Professor: Joelle Bahloul
Applied Health Science
H540: Practicum in Human Sexuality Education
Professor: Catherine Sherwood-Laughlin
C501: Assessment and Planning in Public Health
Professor: Brian Dodge
C589: Models and Theories of Health Behavior
C701: Advanced Health Behavior Theory for Research
H617: Sexual Health Research Seminar
H617: Public Health in Africa
Professor: Michael Reece
Biology
A501: Techniques in Reproductive Diversity (Spring Semester)
Professor: Ellen Ketterson
Communication & Culture
C503: Film Theory
C594: Women Filmmakers
C626: Advanced Pedagogy (Sexuality and gender in pedagogy)
C792: Film and Gender Theory
Professor: Joan Hawkins
C793: Seminar in Media: Peforming belonging: Queer(ing) Identities and Mediascapes
Professor: Mary L. Gray
G619: Feminisms and Rhetorical Theory
Professor: Phaedra C. Pezzullo
East Asian Languages & Cultures:
H637: Gender, Education and Development
Professor: Heidi Ross
J522: Modern Japanese Literature (gender & identity)
Professor: Michiko Suzuki
Note: readings are in Japanese
English
L605: Queer Theory (not available in 2008-2009)
L605: Feminist Theory (not available in 2007-2008)
L663: Feminism Meets Queer Theory (not available in 2008-2009)
Professor: Karma Lochrie
L663 Introduction to Feminist Theory and Criticism
Professor: Susan Gubar
Fine Arts
A543: History of Twentieth Century Photography
Professor: Claude Cookman
Gender Studies
G701: Representations of Gender and Sexuality in Modern European Culture
Professor: Claudia Breger
G701: Queer Historicism (Fall Semester)
Professor: Colin R. Johnson
G701: Gender and Sexuality in Middle Eastern History
Professor: Sara Scalenghe
History
H661: Histories of Gender and Sexuality
Professor: Judith Allen
H695: Gender and Sexuality in African History
Professor: Marissa Moorman
H865: Gender and Latin American History
Professor: Arlene Diaz
H685: Gender and Sexuality in Middle Eastern History
Professor: Sara Scalenghe
Informatics
I303: Organizational Informatics
Professor: David Hakken
Near Eastern Languages and Culture (NELC)
N695: Gender and Sexuality in Middle Eastern History
Professor: Sara Scalenghe
Neural Sciences
P567: Sex on the Brain
Professor: Dale R. Sengelaub
Sociology
S522: Constructing Sexuality
S521: Sexual Diversity
Professor: Martin S. Weinberg
Telecommunications
T602: Sex in the Media
Professor: Bryant Paul
2007 Course Offerings
American Studies

G751: Sex, Power, and Schooling: A History of Sexuality Education in the United States
(will be offered in 2008 or 2009)
Professor: Jesse Goodman

Anthropology Department
E600: Jewish Women: Anthropological Perspectives
E600: Reproduction, Culture, and Identity
Professor: Joelle Bahloul
P600: Archaeologies of Identity
Professor: Stacie King
Applied Health Science
H540: Practicum in Human Sexuality Education
Professor: Catherine Sherwood-Puzello
C501: Assessment and Planning in Public Health
C589: Models and Theories of Health Behavior
C701: Advanced Health Behavior Theory for Research
H617: Sexual Health Research Seminar
H617: Public Health in Africa
Professor: Michael Reece
Biology
Z620: Developmental Plasticity and Evolution
Professor: Armin P. Moczek
A501: Techniques in Reproductive Diversity (available in 2008)
Professor: Ellen Ketterson
Communication & Culture
C503: Film Theory
C594: Women Filmmakers
C626: Advanced Pedagogy (Sexuality and gender in pedagogy)
C792: Film and Gender Theory Professor: Joan Hawkins
C793: Seminar in Media: Performing Belonging: Queer(ing) Identities and Mediascapes
Professor: Mary L. Gray
G619: Feminisms and Rhetorical Theory
Professor: Phaedra C. Pezzullo
East Asian Languages & Cultures:
H552: Comparative Education II (Fall 2007)
H637: Gender, Education and Development (Fall 2007)
Professor: Heidi Ross
Education
J762: Sex, Power, and Schooling: A History of Sexuality Education in the United States
(not available in 2007-2008)
Professor: Jesse Goodman
English
L605: Queer Theory (not available in 2007-2008)
L605: Feminist Theory (not available in 2007-2008)
L663: Feminism Meets Queer Theory (not available in 2007-2008)
Professor: Karma Lochrie
L663 Introduction to Feminist Theory and Criticism
Professor: Susan Gubar
Fine Arts
A543: History of 20th Century Photography
Professor: Claude H. Cookman
Gender Studies
G701: Representations of Gender and Sexuality in Modern European Culture
Professor: Claudia Breger
G702: Researching Gender Issues
G704: Culture Politics of Sexuality in the Twentieth Century
Professor: Colin R. Johnson
Germanic Studies
G620: Representations of Gender and Sexuality in Modern European Culture
G825: Seminar in German Literature
Professor: Claudia Breger
Informatics
I501: Introduction to Informatics
Ixxx: Ethnography of Information (number not yet assigned)
Professor: David Hakken
Neural Sciences
P567: Sex on the Brain
Professor: Dale R. Sengelaub
Psychology
P631: Clinical Interventions
P690: Divorce Mediation Practicuum
Professor: Amy Holtzworth-Munroe
Religious Studies
I580/R382: Women in South Asian Religious Traditions (2nd 8 weeks of spring 2008 session)
Professor: Rebecca J. Manring
Sociology
S522: Constructing Sexuality
S521: Sexual Diversity
Professor: Martin S. Weinberg
Telecommunications
T602: Sex in the Media
Professor: Bryant Paul

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2006 Course Offerings
American Studies
G751: Sex, Power, and Schooling: A History of Sexuality Education In the United States
Professor: Jesse Goodman
Anthropology Department
E600: Jewish Women: Anthropological Perspectives
E600: Reproduction, Culture, and Identity
Professor: Joelle Bahloul
B600: Behavioral Genetics
Professor: Frederika Kaestle
Applied Health Science
H540: Practicum in Human Sexuality Education
Professor: Catherine Sherwood-Puzello
C501: Assessment and Planning in Public Health
C589: Models and Theories of Health Behavior
C701: Advanced Health Behavior Theory for Research
H617: Sexual Health Research Seminar
H617: Public Health in Africa
Professor: Michael Reece
Biology
Z620: Evolution and Development of Phenotypic Plasticity
Professor: Armin P. Moczek
A501: Techniques in Reproductive Diversity
Professor: Ellen Ketterson
Communication & Culture
C626: Advanced Pedagogy (Sexuality and gender in pedagogy)
Professor: Joan Hawkins
G619: Feminisms and Rhetorical Theory
Professor: Phaedra C. Pezzullo
Comparative Literature
H562: Comparative Education
H637: Gender, Education, and Development
Professor: Heidi Ross
East Asian Languages & Cultures:
H562: Comparative Education
H637: Gender, Education and Development
Professor: Heidi Ross
School of Education
J762: Sex, Power, and Schooling: A History of Sexuality Education in the United States
Professor: Jesse Goodman
English
L605: Queer Theory
L605: Feminist Theory
L663: Feminism Meets Queer Theory
Professor: Karma Lochrie
L663 Feminist Criticism (Approaches to Gender & Sexuality)
Professor: Susan Gubar
Fine Arts
A543: History of 20th Century Photography
Professor: Claude H. Cookman
Gender Studies
G704: Culture Politics of Sexuality in the Twentieth Century
Professor: Colin R. Johnson
G701: Representations of Gender and Sexuality in Modern European Culture
Professor: Claudia Breger
Germanic Studies
G620: Representations of Gender and Sexuality in Modern European Culture
G825: Seminar in German Literature
Professor: Claudia Breger
Informatics
I501: Introduction to Informatics
I605: Social Fundations of Informatics
Professor: David Hakken
School of Journalism
J562: History of 20th Century Photography
Professor: Claude H. Cookman
Neural Sciences
P567: Sex on the Brain
Professor: Dale R. Sengelaub
Psychology
P657: Marital Distress, Therapy, and Violence
P690: Therapy Practicum for Behavioral Couples Therapy
Professor: Amy Holtzworth-Munroe
Religious Studies
I580: Women in South Asian Religious Traditions
Professor: Rebecca J. Manring
Sociology
S522: Constructing Sexuality
S521: Sexual Diversity
Professor: Martin S. Weinberg
Telecommunications
T602: Sex in the Media (Course Description)
Professor: Bryant Paul

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2005 Course Offerings

Anthropology Department:

E600: American Indian Genders & Sexualities (Fall or Spring 2006)
E600: Feminist Theory in Anthropology (Fall 2006) Section #27466, MW (9:30- 10:45A)
Professor: Wesley Thomas

P600: Seminar in Archaeology: Archaeologies of Identity
Professor: Stacie King

Applied Health Science:

H540: Practicum in College Human Sexuality
Professor: Catherine Sherwood-Puzello

Biology:

Z620: Evolution and Development of Phenotypic Plasticity
Professor: Armin P. Moczek

D466: Endocrinology (seasonal changes in reproduction)
Professor: Greg Demas

Z620: Hormones and Vertebrate Social Behavior (T/Th 2-3:30)
Center For the Integrative Study of Animal Behavior, 402 N. Park
Professor: Ellen Ketterson

Communication and Culture:

C793: Seminar in Media: Performing Belonging: Queer(ing) Identities and
Media Management (in development for 2006)
Professor: Mary L. Gray

G619: Feminisms and Rhetorical Theory
Professor Phaedra C. Pezzullo

East Asian Languages & Cultures:

H552: Comparative Education
H637: Gender, Education and Development
Professor: Heidi Ross

C546: Sexuality and the Arts
Professor: Sumie Jones

C651: Wu Zhao (China's only woman ruler) and the Literature of Legitimacy
Professor: Stephen R. Bokenkamp

English:

L605: Queer Theory
L605: Feminist Theory
L663: Feminism Meets Queer Theory
Professor: Karma Lochrie

Fine Arts:

H400/25493: Art Theory and Criticism (discusses gender issues)
Professor: Jean Robertson (Herron School of Design, IUPUI)

A543: History of 20th Century Photography
Professor: Claude H. Cookman

Germanic Studies:

G825: Seminar in German Literature
Professor: Claudia Breger

History:

H720/H745 Seminar in Gender in Modern Europe (gender roles)
Professor: Maria Bucur

History and Philosophy of Science:

Undergraduate courses only. See Undergraduate Courses (pdf file) on sexuality and gender at IUB.

School of Journalism

J562: History of 20th Century Photography
Professor: Claude H. Cookman

Medical Sciences

P548: Neuroethology (portions of this course address hormonal & neural
Control of reproductive productive behavior in animals)
Professor: Troy Smith

Neural Sciences:

P567: Sex on the Brain
Professor: Dale R. Sengelaub

Psychology:

P657: Marital Distress, Therapy, and Violence
P690: Therapy Practicum for Behavioral Couples Therapy
Professor: Amy Holtzworth-Munroe

Religious Studies:

I580: Women in South Asian Religious Traditions
Professor: Rebecca J. Manring

Sociology:

S522: Constructing Sexuality
S521: Sexual Diversity
Professor: Martin S. Weinberg

Telecommunications:

T585: Interactivity and New Media (Discussion but not focus on gender and
sexuality issues)
Professor: Elena Bertozzi

Victorian Studies:

L680: Transatlantic Nineteenth-Century Domesticity (gender and domesticity
In Britain and America)
Professor: Ivan Kreilkamp

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2004 Course Offerings
  • Biology:

    • L500 Independent Study (0608) (1-12 cr.)
      May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
  • Communication and Culture:

    • L500 Independent Study (0608) (1-12 cr.)
      G. Waller, Arranged
      May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
  • Gender Studies

    • G601 Research in Gender Studies: The Social and Behavioral Science (2613) (3 cr.)
      Topic: Gender, Contraception and Culture
      C. Graham, MW 9:30-10:45 am, SY002

    • G695 Graduate Reading and Research in Gender Studies (2613) (1-6 cr.)
      J. Allen, Arranged

    • G701 Gender and Discourse: Sex, Scandal and Privacy (2616) (1-6 cr.)
      F. Malti-Douglas, T 2:20-4:20 pm, MM E128
  • Health, Physical Education, and Recreation:

    • H540 Practicum in College Sex Education (6570) (3 cr.)
      MW 2:30-3:20 pm, JH A107
      MW 4:00-6:30 pm, JH A100
      *Meets first eight weeks

    • H540 Practicum in College Sex Education (6571) (3 cr.)
      MW 2:30-3:20 pm, JH A107
      MW 4:00-6:30 pm, JH A100
      *Meets second eight weeks

    • H540 Practicum in College Sex Education (6572) (3 cr.)
      MWF 11:15-12:05 pm, BH 238
      MWF 12:20-1:10 pm, SW 007

    • H540 Practicum in College Sex Education (6573) (3 cr.)
      M 4:40-5:30 pm, BH 242
      M 5:45-8:15 pm, CH 122
      W. Yarber

    • H540 Practicum in College Sex Education (6574) (3 cr.)
      T 4:40-5:30 pm, BH 246
      T 5:45-8:15 pm, WH 100

    • H540 Practicum in College Sex Education (6575) (3 cr.)
      W 4:40-5:30 pm, OP 107
      T 5:45-8:15 pm, OP 105

    • H617 Research Seminar in Sexual Health (9569) (1-3 cr.)
      M. Reece, Arranged

    • H740Research in Health Behavior (6586) (1-10 cr.)
      M. Torabi, Arranged

    • H741 Readings in Health Behavior (6587) (1-10 cr.)
      M. Torabi, Arranged
  • History:

    • H760 Seminar in History of Gender and Sexuality (3038) (4 cr.)
      J. Meyerowitz, T 4:00-6:00 pm, BH 229
      **listed as for majors only**
  • History and Philosophy of Science

    • X600 Advanced Readings Course (3064) (cr. arr.)
      E. Lloyd, Arranged
      May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
  • Law

    • B594 Seminar in Sex, Scandal and Privacy (7395) (3 cr.)
      F. Malti-Douglas
      T 2:20-4:25 pm, LW 206E
  • Sociology
    • S526 The Sociology of Human Sexuality (R341) (3 cr.)
      C. Williams
      M 5:45-8:25 pm, CA316

    • S700 Topical Seminar 1 (4128) (3 cr.)
      Topic: TBA
      D. Eder, Arranged
      May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

    • S864 Sexual Diversity (4081) (3 cr.)
      Topic: TBA
      M. Weinberg
      W 3:35-6:05, BH 103
      Meets with S321

    • S864 Constructing Sexuality (4106) (3 cr.)
      Topic: TBA
      M. Weinberg
      T 1:00-3:35 pm, BH 015
      Meets with S422

    • S864 Readings in Sociology (4130) (cr. arr.)
      R. Robinson, Arranged
      May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

    • S866 Research in Sociology (4131) (cr. arr.)
      R. Robinson, Arranged
      May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

     

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2003 and Earlier Course Offerings

REQUIRED CORE COURSES (one of the following two courses is required)

    • Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
      H555 Issues in Human Sexuality and Health (3 cr.)
    • Kinsey Institute
      K690 Sexual Science Research Seminar (1-3 cr.)

 

    ELECTIVES  (12 credits required)

    • Anthropology
      E617 African Women (3 cr.)
      E600 Seminar in Cultural and Social Anthropology (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      P600 Seminar in Prehistoric Archaeology (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Biology
      L500 Independent Study (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Comparative Literature
      C546 Sexuality and the Arts (4 cr.)
      C574 Japanese-Western Studies (4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Communication and Culture
      C626 Studies in Contemporary Communication (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      C700 Research (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Criminal Justice
      P680 Seminar: Issues in Criminal Justice (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • East Asian Languages and Cultures
      E505 Topics in East Asian Studies (2-4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Education
      G567 Introduction to Marriage and Family Counseling (3 cr.)
      G672 Human Sexuality: An Introduction to Therapy (3 cr.)

    • Folklore
      F750 Performance Studies (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Gender Studies
      G601 Survey of Contemporary Research in Gender Studies (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      G602 Survey of Contemporary Research in Gender Studies (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      G695 Graduate Readings and Research in Gender Studies (1-6 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      G701 Graduate Topics in Gender Studies (3-4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
      H515 Human Sexuality Education in Schools (3 cr.)
      H526 AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Diseases (3 cr.)
      H540 Practicum in College Sex Education (3 cr.)
      H641 Readings in Health Education (1-5 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      H740 Research in Health Behavior (1-10 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • History
      H575 Graduate Readings in History (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic relates to human sexuality. 
      H610 Colloquium: Medieval European History (4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • History and Philosophy of Science
      X600 Advanced Readings Course (cr. Arr.) May count toward minor when topic relates to human sexuality.
      X756 Special Topics in the Philosophy of Science (2-5 cr.) May count toward minor when topic relates to human sexuality.
    • Kinsey Institute
      K691 Practicum in Sex Therapy and Counseling (3 cr.)
    • Law
      B753 AIDS and the Law (3 cr.)
    • Political Science
      Y657 Comparative Politics (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality. <
      Y675 Political Philosophy (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      Y681 Readings in Comparative Politics (1-4 credits) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      Y689 Readings in Political Theory and Methods (1-4 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Psychology
      P657 Topical Seminar (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Religious Studies
      R590 Directed Readings in Religious Studies (1-6 cr.)May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
    • Sociology
      S526 The Sociology of Human Sexuality (3 cr.) Offered at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. 
      S526 Sexuality & Society (3 cr.)
      S700 Topical Seminar (3 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      S660 Advanced Topics (2-6 cr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      S864 Readings in Sociology (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.
      S866 Research in Sociology (cr. arr.) May count toward minor when topic applies to human sexuality.

See also the Doctoral Minor in Human Sexuality Education offered separately by the Department of Applied Health Science, the School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (HPER), Indiana University.

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Last updated October 26, 2009


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