Departmental Advisors
Advisor: Addison Eckhoff
Departmental Notes

For course descriptions and pre-requisite information click on the subject column next to the appropriate catalog number.

GNDR 200 - 001 LGBTQ Studies

GNDR 200 - 001 LGBTQ Studies

  • Class Number: 19807
  • Instructor: HACKFORD-PEER, KIM
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Units: 0.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Fees: $505.00
  • Seats Available: 2

GNDR 1080 - 001 Love and Relationships

GNDR 1080 - 001 Love and Relationships

  • Class Number: 12911
  • Instructor: DIAMOND, LISA
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Fees: $61.12
  • Seats Available: 19

GNDR 1100 - 002 Gender & Social Change

GNDR 1100 - 002 Gender & Social Change

  • Class Number: 15279
  • Instructor: DEBOECK, LYNN
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Fees: $34.71
  • Seats Available: 2

GNDR 1100 - 003 Gender & Social Change


This 1100 section will offer additional international perspectives.

GNDR 1100 - 003 Gender & Social Change

  • Class Number: 5741
  • Instructor: Chakravarty, Debjani
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Fees: $39.34
  • Seats Available: 2

This 1100 section will offer additional international perspectives.

GNDR 1100 - 090 Gender & Social Change


This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/

GNDR 1100 - 090 Gender & Social Change

  • Class Number: 13709
  • Instructor: GRAHAM, ERIN
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: Online
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 0

This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/

This is an introductory survey class for anybody who wants to engage with LGBTQ studies. We will grapple with the ways LGBTQ people have been represented, and have represented themselves, in a variety of fields including history, politics, media, literature, the arts, and sciences. We will engage with critical readings of stories and theories that introduce, shape, and push LGBTQ studies as a field.
  • Class Number: 15271
  • Instructor: HACKFORD-PEER, KIM
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 78

This is an introductory survey class for anybody who wants to engage with LGBTQ studies. We will grapple with the ways LGBTQ people have been represented, and have represented themselves, in a variety of fields including history, politics, media, literature, the arts, and sciences. We will engage with critical readings of stories and theories that introduce, shape, and push LGBTQ studies as a field.
  • Class Number: 15270
  • Instructor: CRUMLEY, JAIMIE D D
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 18

GNDR 3100 - 001 Medusa and Manifestos

GNDR 3100 - 001 Medusa and Manifestos

  • Class Number: 6764
  • Instructor: HACKFORD-PEER, KIM
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: -1

GNDR 3337 - 090 Gender & Sexuality


This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/

GNDR 3337 - 090 Gender & Sexuality

  • Class Number: 10991
  • Instructor: SHAKER, YASI
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: Online
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 0

This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/

GNDR 3381 - 001 Inequal thru Music&Film

GNDR 3381 - 001 Inequal thru Music&Film

  • Class Number: 13207
  • Instructor: MARTINEZ, THERESA
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 36

GNDR 3500 - 001 Social Justice Facil

GNDR 3500 - 001 Social Justice Facil

  • Class Number: 19919
  • Instructor: ZAMORA, KILO
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 9

GNDR 3630 - 001 Reproductive Justice

GNDR 3630 - 001 Reproductive Justice

  • Class Number: 11994
  • Instructor: TORRES, ERICA
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Fees: $12.81
  • Seats Available: 8

GNDR 3635 - 001 The Price of Gender

GNDR 3635 - 001 The Price of Gender

  • Class Number: 11746
  • Instructor: ELSEY, JAMIE
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 0

GNDR 3635 - 002 The Price of Gender


This section is by permission code only for declared Transform majors and minors. If you are a Transform major or minor, please email the instructor to request a permission code. If you are not a Transform student, please join the waitlist on GNDR 3635 section 001. If seats in this section are available, we will open them to students on the waitlist.

GNDR 3635 - 002 The Price of Gender

  • Class Number: 11747
  • Instructor: ELSEY, JAMIE
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 1

This section is by permission code only for declared Transform majors and minors. If you are a Transform major or minor, please email the instructor to request a permission code. If you are not a Transform student, please join the waitlist on GNDR 3635 section 001. If seats in this section are available, we will open them to students on the waitlist.

GNDR 3690 - 001 Gender & Contemp Issues

GNDR 3690 - 001 Gender & Contemp Issues

  • Class Number: 18715
  • Instructor: Gaytan, Marie S
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 12

GNDR 3780 - 090 Indigenous Women


This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/

GNDR 3780 - 090 Indigenous Women

  • Class Number: 18714
  • Instructor: ARCHULETA, ELIZABETH A
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: Online
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 0

This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/
  • Class Number: 8521
  • Instructor: Chakravarty, Debjani
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 16

GNDR 3960 - 002 Feminist Cannabis Studies


Feminist Cannabis Studies: Queer/Trans* Activism and Racialized Histories: This upper division course explores feminist cannabis studies as a field and subject of study that asks us to evaluate our understandings and assumptions around cannabis. Through interdisciplinary and intersectional feminist frameworks, we examine historical and contemporary discourse on cannabis across the U.S. and beyond. We will investigate the history of the cannabis prohibition, legalization movement, and its political, social, cultural and practical intricacies. We will learn about the contributions of queer and trans* communities to the cannabis movement, the global implications of the War on Drugs incited by the U.S. and the possibilities imaginable for and after federal cannabis legalization. This course asks: What does history tell us about the ways gender, race, sexuality, immigration and class have shaped our understanding of cannabis? How has the image of cannabis functioned to maintain inequality based on such socially constructed categories? How have Communities of Color, LGBTQ+ and marginalized groups used and imagined cannabis in cultural, medicinal, and spiritual practices over time?

GNDR 3960 - 002 Feminist Cannabis Studies

  • Class Number: 16384
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 1

Feminist Cannabis Studies: Queer/Trans* Activism and Racialized Histories: This upper division course explores feminist cannabis studies as a field and subject of study that asks us to evaluate our understandings and assumptions around cannabis. Through interdisciplinary and intersectional feminist frameworks, we examine historical and contemporary discourse on cannabis across the U.S. and beyond. We will investigate the history of the cannabis prohibition, legalization movement, and its political, social, cultural and practical intricacies. We will learn about the contributions of queer and trans* communities to the cannabis movement, the global implications of the War on Drugs incited by the U.S. and the possibilities imaginable for and after federal cannabis legalization. This course asks: What does history tell us about the ways gender, race, sexuality, immigration and class have shaped our understanding of cannabis? How has the image of cannabis functioned to maintain inequality based on such socially constructed categories? How have Communities of Color, LGBTQ+ and marginalized groups used and imagined cannabis in cultural, medicinal, and spiritual practices over time?

GNDR 3960 - 003 Gender on the Global Stage


Gender on the Global Stage examines the ways in which contemporary drama from around the world represent the experiences of non-Western women. Using feminist and postcolonial theories, we will investigate the impact of globalization on the dramatic representation of women and the construction of gender, with special attention to the work of female playwrights from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe. We will also compare some of this work to plays on similar subjects by contemporary Western dramatists.

GNDR 3960 - 003 Gender on the Global Stage

  • Class Number: 20085
  • Instructor: DEBOECK, LYNN
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Fees: $101.92
  • Seats Available: 10

Gender on the Global Stage examines the ways in which contemporary drama from around the world represent the experiences of non-Western women. Using feminist and postcolonial theories, we will investigate the impact of globalization on the dramatic representation of women and the construction of gender, with special attention to the work of female playwrights from Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe. We will also compare some of this work to plays on similar subjects by contemporary Western dramatists.
  • Class Number: 18713
  • Instructor: Gaytan, Marie S
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 27
  • Class Number: 20084
  • Instructor: CLEMENT, ELIZABETH
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 10

GNDR 4750 - 001 Queer Pedagogies

GNDR 4750 - 001 Queer Pedagogies

  • Class Number: 18711
  • Instructor: HACKFORD-PEER, KIM
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Requisites: Yes
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 17

GNDR 4765 - 001 Gender and War

GNDR 4765 - 001 Gender and War

  • Class Number: 15269
  • Instructor: BASSO, MATT
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 0

GNDR 4780 - 001 Masculinities

GNDR 4780 - 001 Masculinities

  • Class Number: 18707
  • Instructor: BASSO, MATT
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 18

GNDR 4999 - 001 Honors Thesis/Project


Topic approval by instructor prior to registration. Instructor will provide permission number for registration.

GNDR 4999 - 001 Honors Thesis/Project

  • Class Number: 1031
  • Instructor: ZAMORA, KILO
  • Component: Honors Thesis Project
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 10

Topic approval by instructor prior to registration. Instructor will provide permission number for registration.

GNDR 5120 - 001 Gender & Nature

GNDR 5120 - 001 Gender & Nature

  • Class Number: 13708
  • Instructor: ZAMORA, KILO
  • Component: Discussion
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 0

GNDR 5130 - 001 Black Political Thought

GNDR 5130 - 001 Black Political Thought

  • Class Number: 19390
  • Instructor: MYERS, ELLA
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 11
  • Class Number: 15276
  • Instructor: Chakravarty, Debjani
  • Component: Discussion
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 12

GNDR 5880 - 001 Bad Bodies

GNDR 5880 - 001 Bad Bodies

  • Class Number: 15272
  • Instructor: SUBIH, MAJD
  • Component: Seminar
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 8

GNDR 5960 - 001 Feminist Cannabis Studies


Feminist Cannabis Studies: Queer/Trans* Activism and Racialized Histories: This upper division course explores feminist cannabis studies as a field and subject of study that asks us to evaluate our understandings and assumptions around cannabis. Through interdisciplinary and intersectional feminist frameworks, we examine historical and contemporary discourse on cannabis across the U.S. and beyond. We will investigate the history of the cannabis prohibition, legalization movement, and its political, social, cultural and practical intricacies. We will learn about the contributions of queer and trans* communities to the cannabis movement, the global implications of the War on Drugs incited by the U.S. and the possibilities imaginable for and after federal cannabis legalization. This course asks: What does history tell us about the ways gender, race, sexuality, immigration and class have shaped our understanding of cannabis? How has the image of cannabis functioned to maintain inequality based on such socially constructed categories? How have Communities of Color, LGBTQ+ and marginalized groups used and imagined cannabis in cultural, medicinal, and spiritual practices over time?

GNDR 5960 - 001 Feminist Cannabis Studies

  • Class Number: 19422
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 4

Feminist Cannabis Studies: Queer/Trans* Activism and Racialized Histories: This upper division course explores feminist cannabis studies as a field and subject of study that asks us to evaluate our understandings and assumptions around cannabis. Through interdisciplinary and intersectional feminist frameworks, we examine historical and contemporary discourse on cannabis across the U.S. and beyond. We will investigate the history of the cannabis prohibition, legalization movement, and its political, social, cultural and practical intricacies. We will learn about the contributions of queer and trans* communities to the cannabis movement, the global implications of the War on Drugs incited by the U.S. and the possibilities imaginable for and after federal cannabis legalization. This course asks: What does history tell us about the ways gender, race, sexuality, immigration and class have shaped our understanding of cannabis? How has the image of cannabis functioned to maintain inequality based on such socially constructed categories? How have Communities of Color, LGBTQ+ and marginalized groups used and imagined cannabis in cultural, medicinal, and spiritual practices over time?

GNDR 5960 - 002 Theories of Gndr and Sexuality

GNDR 5960 - 002 Theories of Gndr and Sexuality

  • Class Number: 19853
  • Instructor: STOCKTON, KATHRYN
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Fees: $36.16
  • Seats Available: 1

GNDR 5970 - 001 Teaching and Curriculum

GNDR 5970 - 001 Teaching and Curriculum

  • Class Number: 14312
  • Instructor: DIAMOND, LISA
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 1.0 - 6.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 9

GNDR 5970 - 002 Teaching and Curriculum

GNDR 5970 - 002 Teaching and Curriculum

  • Class Number: 20216
  • Instructor: ZAMORA, KILO
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 5

GNDR 5980 - 001 Undergraduate Research

GNDR 5980 - 001 Undergraduate Research

  • Class Number: 14104
  • Component: Practicum
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 1.0 - 6.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 10

GNDR 5990 - 002 Internship


This is a Hybrid course, which uses a mixture of online, face-to-face, and technology enhanced instruction.

GNDR 5990 - 002 Internship

  • Class Number: 11484
  • Instructor: ZAMORA, KILO
  • Component: Practicum
  • Type: Hybrid
  • Units: 1.0 - 6.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 19

This is a Hybrid course, which uses a mixture of online, face-to-face, and technology enhanced instruction.

GNDR 5990 - 091 Internship


This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/

GNDR 5990 - 091 Internship

  • Class Number: 16596
  • Instructor: REYNOLDS, JULIET
  • Component: Practicum
  • Type: Online
  • Units: 1.0 - 6.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 4

This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/

GNDR 6500 - 001 Debates in Gender S

GNDR 6500 - 001 Debates in Gender S

  • Class Number: 8315
  • Instructor: ROBINSON, ANGELA
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: Remote Real-Time
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 16
  • Class Number: 15277
  • Instructor: Chakravarty, Debjani
  • Component: Discussion
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 4
  • Class Number: 18708
  • Instructor: Gaytan, Marie S
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 1

GNDR 6765 - 001 Gender and War

GNDR 6765 - 001 Gender and War

  • Class Number: 18709
  • Instructor: BASSO, MATT
  • Component: Lecture
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 2

GNDR 6960 - 001 Research Methodology

GNDR 6960 - 001 Research Methodology

  • Class Number: 14414
  • Instructor: FUKUSHIMA, Annie
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 5

GNDR 6960 - 003 Masculinities

GNDR 6960 - 003 Masculinities

  • Class Number: 15275
  • Instructor: BASSO, MATT
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: Yes
  • Seats Available: 2

GNDR 6960 - 005 US Women to 1870


Broad overview of white, African-American, Native American, and Hispanic women in colonial, early Republican, and Victorian periods of American history. Women's work and family life in the New World, struggles of slave women, experience of women workers in Lowell textile mills, 19th-century cult of domesticity, legacy of westward expansion for Hispanic, Native American, and white women, and origins of first American women's rights movement.

GNDR 6960 - 005 US Women to 1870

  • Class Number: 20163
  • Instructor: CLEMENT, ELIZABETH
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: In Person
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 5

Broad overview of white, African-American, Native American, and Hispanic women in colonial, early Republican, and Victorian periods of American history. Women's work and family life in the New World, struggles of slave women, experience of women workers in Lowell textile mills, 19th-century cult of domesticity, legacy of westward expansion for Hispanic, Native American, and white women, and origins of first American women's rights movement.

GNDR 6960 - 092 Indigenous Women


This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/

GNDR 6960 - 092 Indigenous Women

  • Class Number: 17541
  • Instructor: ARCHULETA, ELIZABETH A
  • Component: Special Topics
  • Type: Online
  • Units: 3.0
  • Wait List: No
  • Seats Available: 2

This is an online course, which does not have a specific meeting time or location throughout the semester. For additional information, please visit https://online.utah.edu/about-online-learning/