John L Warfield Center

Pavithra Vasudevan


Assistant ProfessorPh.D., 2018, Geography, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Pavithra Vasudevan

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Courses


AFR 372C • Race/Capitalism/Environment

30620 • Spring 2020
Meets MW 2:30PM-4:00PM RLP 0.122
CDGC (also listed as GRG 356T, WGS 340)

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WGS 393 • Feminst Geopol: Race/Empire

45220 • Spring 2020
Meets T 2:00PM-5:00PM BUR 128

Interdisciplinary topics relating to Women's and Gender Studies.  Seats restricted to WGS MA and Portfolio students during early registration.  Check cross-listings for home departments and originating field of study.

WGS 305 • Intro To Women's & Gender Stds

44730 • Fall 2019
Meets TTH 12:30PM-2:00PM GAR 2.128
CD

Women’s and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary field that asks critical questions about the relationships between sex, gender, society, and our own experiences as political acts. In this course, students will come to understand key differences between sex, gender, and sexuality; define feminism both broadly and personally, particularly in relationship to race, class, and other intersectional aspects of identity; learn about queer and trans histories and experiences; explore women’s experiences in international contexts; and investigate the body and its representation as a way to uncover gender norms and expectations. We will also discuss and write about recent social controversies (such as bathroom legislation, bias incidents, the exclusion of groups from the Women’s March on Washington) as moments that reveal and critique the cultural codes of gender. An emphasis will be placed on self-identified women, LGBTQA+ individuals, and people of color.

AFR 372C • Race/Capitalism/Environment

30532 • Spring 2019
Meets MW 11:30AM-1:00PM PAR 306
CDGC (also listed as GRG 356T, WGS 340)

Please check back for updates.

WGS 393 • Feminst Geopol: Race/Empire

45747 • Spring 2019
Meets W 2:00PM-5:00PM CAL 221

Interdisciplinary topics relating to Women's and Gender Studies.  Seats restricted to WGS MA and Portfolio students during early registration.  Check cross-listings for home departments and originating field of study.

WGS 305 • Intro To Women's & Gender Stds

46000 • Fall 2018
Meets TTH 12:30PM-2:00PM GAR 1.134
CD

Women’s and Gender Studies is an interdisciplinary field that asks critical questions about the relationships between sex, gender, society, and our own experiences as political acts. In this course, students will come to understand key differences between sex, gender, and sexuality; define feminism both broadly and personally, particularly in relationship to race, class, and other intersectional aspects of identity; learn about queer and trans histories and experiences; explore women’s experiences in international contexts; and investigate the body and its representation as a way to uncover gender norms and expectations. We will also discuss and write about recent social controversies (such as bathroom legislation, bias incidents, the exclusion of groups from the Women’s March on Washington) as moments that reveal and critique the cultural codes of gender. An emphasis will be placed on self-identified women, LGBTQA+ individuals, and people of color.


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    210 W 24th St.
    Mailcode D7200
    Austin, Texas, 78705
    512-471-1784