WGS 220: Introduction to Man and Masculinities
An introduction to the study of men and masculinity as an interdisciplinary field spanning the humanities and social sciences. This course will draw on both the historical perspectives and contemporary understanding of men and masculinity, with attention to key domains of men’s lives such as the roles of men in fiction and film, race and masculinity, religion and masculinity, fatherhood, masculinity and sports, and male sexuality.
HESM 335: Prevention of Sexual Assault and Violence
Historical and cultural perspective on rape, sexual assault, and relationship violence will be presented. The course prepares students to deliver a standard outreach program that includes statistics, definitions, risk reduction techniques, medical, legal, psychological, community and campus resources.