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- Summer Courses Showcase:
Sociology of Family
First six-week summer session ( May 12-June 21, 2008) Monday & Wednesday / 12:00 PM - 03:15 PM / 02200 WWPH
Instructor: Kimberly Creasap (email@example.com)
This course is an introduction to the Sociology of Families, an area of sociological inquiry that has traditionally focused on the nuclear family model. This course will provide an alternative approach, by
which we will examine the many different forms that contemporary families take in 21st century societies. The primary goal of this course is to give students an opportunity to engage with key issues,
questions, and debates related to contemporary families in various cultural settings. Significant emphasis will be placed on examining family through the lenses of gender, race, class, sexuality, and nationality.
- CONGRATULATIONS TO DR. AUDREY J. MURRELL, FIRST RECEPIENT OF THE IRIS M. YOUNG AWARD FOR POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT!
- The Course Descriptions for the Fall 2008 are in. Please follow this link for details. Course descriptions will keep being added.
(Please visit this page for our full Spring Events Calendar)
Wed. 2 12:00pm - WWPH 2201
Pat Ulbrich (Women’s Studies Visiting Scholar, U of Pittsburgh)
“In Sisterhood: The Women’s Movement in Pittsburgh, 1967-1997”
Thur 10 7:30 pm - CL G24
Women’s Studies Film Series: Barbie Nation
Discussant, Frayda Cohen, Visiting Assistant Professor of Women’s Studies
For further information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Watch this space for periodic updates.
For more information and updates: CALL THE WOMEN’S STUDIES OFFICE (412-624-6485) OR VISIT WWW.PITT.EDU/~WSTUDIES. To access 2201 Posvar, ENTER THROUGH 2210 POSVAR ACROSS
FROM EINSTEIN’S BAGELS on Bouquet St. side of building.