Gender and Women’s Studies

Gender and Sexualities: An Inquiry by Jason Gary Damron and Vicki L. Reitenauer

This text is in use at Portland State University. It can be freely accessed, shared, downloaded, and modified for non-commercial purposes such as university coursework.  It is available in a variety of file types at the link below this paragraph.

https://open.library.okstate.edu/exploringopen/wp-admin/post.php?post=246&action=edit

Everyday Social Justice

This resource was created by faculty in Oregon. It can be freely accessed, shared, downloaded, and modified. The site includes complete syllabi and courses for Introduction to Gender and Women’s Studies  and  Introduction to Queer Studies. Unpublished but developed course design and content for Intercultural Women’s Studies and Women, Social Change, and Activism are available upon request from the author, Jimena Alvarado Chavarría. It is available in a variety of file types at the link below this paragraph.

https://www.everydaysocialjustice.com/

From the author:

For the past few years, I’ve been creating an Open Educational Resource website with the complete curriculum and all prep, assessment, and discussion materials for 4 separate Women’s and Gender Studies Courses. I’m sharing this now in case you know anyone who might find it helpful as they’re looking for online resources.
The site has been funded through multiple Open Oregon grants and the content can be widely adopted, altered and shared. The courses are designed around conversational learning, both on-campus and long distance. I work from an intersectional feminist perspective, so there’s a lot of emphasis on the shared patterns between different oppressions.

 

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