Courses

Courses offered Fall 2018

Gender and Women’s Studies / Art History

GWS 370/AH 430: Cripping Visual Culture
T/R 2:30-3:45
Instructor: Jessica Cooley
https://crippingvisualculture.com/

Gender and Women’s Studies

GWS 445: The Body in Theory
T/R 11-12:15
Instructor: Ellen Samuels

GWS 720: Feminist Disability Studies
T 2:30-5:00
Instructor: Sami Schalk

English

ENG/MHBE 525: Health and Humanities
T/R 2:30-3:45
Instructor: Jenell Johnson

Latin American, Caribbean and Iberian Studies

LACIS 982: Representing Disabilities and Crip Identities in Latin America
M 3:30-5:30
Instructor: Kathryn Sanchez

Courses offered in Spring 2019

GWS 370: Topics in Gender and Disability
Instructor: Sami Schalk

Courses that will count toward the Disability Studies Undergraduate and Graduate Certificates:

Art History
  • AH 430: Cripping Visual Culture
Communication Arts
  • CA 610: Rhetoric of Health
  • CA 610: Limits of the Human
English
  • ENG 543: Discourses of Disability from Antiquity to 1800
  • ENG 544: Modern Discourses of Disability
  • ENG/MHBE 525: Health and Humanities
  • ENG 737 when taught as Feminist Disability Studies
  • ENG 804 when taught as Discourses of Disability from Antiquity to 1800
Gender and Women’s Studies
  • GWS 343: Queer Bodies
  • GWS 370: Topics in Gender and Disability
  • GWS 371: Gender and Disability in Film
  • GWS 373: Gender and the Cultural Politics of Illness
  • GWS 445: The Body in Theory
  • GWS/MHBE 532: The History of the (American) Body
  • GWS 720 when taught as Feminist Disability Studies
Industrial Systems & Engineering
  • ISyE 662: Design and Human Disability and Aging
Psychology
  • PSY 411: Autism: Beyond the Myths and Misconceptions
Spanish and Portugese/LACIS
  • SP/LACIS 982: Representing Disabilities and Crip Identities in Latin America