GCWS Seminar Courses
Opening paths to the creation of new feminist thinking
GCWS offers interdisciplinary, team-taught graduate-level seminars to students enrolled in graduate programs at our member institutions.
Our faculty explicitly integrate gender analysis with issues of class, race, culture, ethnicity, and sexualities, and consider the practical implications of feminist theory. Courses are designed to open paths to the creation of new knowledge and provide intellectual support for students pursuing feminist work within the framework of traditional disciplines.
Graduate credit & Eligibility
Our courses offer graduate credit to students enrolled at any of our participating institutions. Please be aware that cross-registration and credit arrangements vary by institution; students should consult with the GCWS Program Manager and their academic advisors. Full participation in the seminar is expected of all students, regardless of credit status.
Graduate students at participating institutions are eligible to apply. Doctoral students receive priority; masters students and advanced undergraduates may be admitted if space permits. Auditors will not be admitted unless under the special permission of all faculty for the course. Each GCWS seminar is limited to 20. Find out about your institution’s cross registration policies here.