To learn more about the Fisher Center or its upcoming events, visit the Fisher Center Web site.
To browse the full list of courses available by academic department, visit Courses of Instruction.
To browse the 2014-2016 Catalogue online as a PDF, click here.
To browse the 2012-2014 Catalogue online as a PDF, click here.
To browse the 2010-2012 Catalogue online as a PDF, click here.
To browse the 2008-2010 Catalogue online as a PDF, click here.
The 2006-2008 Catalogue is still available online as a PDF. To browse it, click here.
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The Fisher Center for the Study of Women and Men provides interdisciplinary courses to bring students together to pursue in-depth study of gender issues through the Center’s yearly theme. Courses are coordinated with the series’ evening lectures and morning roundtables in order to offer students and others the opportunity for sustained conversation around central concerns for contemporary culture. Yearly themes have included globalization, health care, arts and activism, religion and politics, and imprisonment. The 2013-2014 theme was Our Bodies, Ourselves? and the 2014-2015 theme is Campus War Machine: Sex and Debt.
FSCT 200-level Fisher Center Thematic Courses Each semester this interdisciplinary course is offered, students and faculty gather to read and reflect on topics associated with the current Fisher Center theme under the direction of the Fisher Center Fellow. Readings are selected from amongst those written by visiting speakers, as well as critical reflection on those writings from alternative perspectives. The course requires attendance at the Fisher Center lecture series as well as visiting scholar seminars. Courses are cross-listed with other departments or programs as approved on an annual basis. (Fall, offered annually)
FSCT 300-level Fisher Center Topics This interdisciplinary course pursues the Fisher Center yearly theme through the expertise of the Fisher Center Fellow. The course focuses on an aspect of the theme in-depth, offering a thorough understanding of the topics through extensive reading and writing. The course requires attendance at the Fisher Center lecture series as well as visiting scholar seminars. Courses are cross-listed with other departments or programs as approved on an annual basis. (Spring, offered annually)