GSFS Courses Offered in 2017-18

The  Gender, Sexuality, Feminist, and Social Justice Studies (GSFS) program  is a diverse and interdisciplinary program that recognizes social justice as a driving concept inherent to the study of gender, sexuality, and feminism. Social Justice frameworks incorporate critical race studies, disability studies, and Indigenous studies into the examination of gender, sexuality, and feminism.  

The table gives an overview of all GSFS courses offered in 2016-2017. More detailed course descriptions can be found here. In addition to the GSFS courses offered by the Institute, students will be able to take courses from a list of complementary offerings from departments throughout the Faculty of Arts.

Course Number Course Title Instructor
Fall 2017    
GSFS 200 Feminist and Social Justice Studies Mary Bunch
GSFS 200-002 Feminist and Social Justice Studies TBA
GSFS 250 Sexual and Gender Diversity Studies Roberto Benedicto
GSFS 305 Critical Race and Social Justice Theories TBA
GSFS 307 Indigenous Feminisms TBA
GSFS 400 Capstone: Engaging in the Fields Mary Bunch
GSFS 405 Social Justice and Activism Mary Bunch
GSFS 450* Independent Reading and Research Supervisor found by Student
GSFS 495D1 Honours/Joint Honours Colloquium Mary Bunch
GSFS 496D1* Honours Thesis Supervisor found by Student
GSFS 497D1* Joint Honours Thesis Supervisor found by Student
GSFS 499* Internship: Gender, Sexuality, Feminist and Social Justice Studies Supervisor found by Student
Winter 2018    
GSFS 300 Research Inquiry Mary Bunch
GSFS 301 GSFS Current Topics 1 TBA
GSFS 308 Sex & Gender Minority Cultures Roberto Benedicto
GSFS 406 Trans*Feminisms TBA
GSFS 450* Independent Reading and Research Supervisor found by Student
GSFS 495D2 Honours/Joint Honours Colloquium Mary Bunch
GSFS 496D2* Honours Thesis Supervisor found by Student
GSFS 497D2* Joint Honours Thesis Supervisor found by Student
GSFS 499* Internship: Gender, Sexuality, Feminist and Social Justice Studies Supervisor found by Student

*Note: For these courses, students must find their own faculty supervisor. The faculty supervisor cannot be a course lecturer. A list of potential supervisors can be found here. Please contact andrew.folco [at] mcgill.ca if you have questions about these or any other course.