Course Outlines and Teaching Materials
Thank you to all the professors and educators who have shared with us their course outlines. Some of the course outlines listed here link to their online sources. Learn more about sharing course outlines on Women Suffrage & Beyond here.
- UofT: Poli 450: Women and Foreign Policy. Dr. Bashevkin
- UBC: GRSJ 224: Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice in Literature
- UVIC: Poli 328: Gender and International Relations
- UVIC: Poli 413: Feminist Theory
- UNIV: Poli 335: Gender and Politics
- Providence College: PSP 470, AMS 470 & WMS 470 Special Topics: Women and Service
- Heronies.ca: Contains a number of course outlines on women and history, mostly in Canada
- Gender and Comparative Politics – Dr. Mona Lee Krook
- Gender and Politics in a Global Perspective – Dr. Mona Lee Krook
- Gender and Global Governance – Dr. Elisabeth Purl
- Global Feminisms – Dr. Aili Mari Tripp
- Women in Politics in a Comparative Perspective – Dr. Joshua Dubrow
- European Consortium for Political Research – Gender and Politics Syllabus Bank – Contains a number of syllabi from a range of international institutions on gender and politics
- American Sociology Association – The Sociology of Gender – Contains 35 graduate and undergraduate syllabi in four sections – Syllabi for Sociology of Gender/Men and Women in Society, Syllabi for Sociology of Masculinity/Men and Sociology of Women, and Syllabi for Topics Courses on Gender. The fourth section provides some assignments and other teaching materials.
- Syllabi on Gender and Literature
From Abolition to Progressivism: Women in Public Life: This assignment introduces students to the history of women’s suffrage in the context of other nineteenth and twentieth century reform movements using a combination of photographs and written documents.
Samara in the Classroom: Research is available for use in the classroom at no cost. The website provides some details and contact information.
Apathy is Boring: Apathy is Boring is a Canada-wide non-partisan project. Our mission is to use art & technology to educate youth about democracy.
The Miss G Project: An in-progress collection of resources for teachers trying to incorporate women & gender studies and feminist materials in their classrooms.
Gender and Education Association: Formally established in 2002 (though active from 1997 onwards), the association works to challenge and eradicate sexism and gender inequality within and through education.
TeachUnicef – Gender Equality: This collection of teacher resources, including units, lesson plans, videos, multimedia, and stories is intended to raise student awareness of the importance of gender equality.
Women’s History Month for Teachers: Browse ready-to-use lesson plans, student activities, collection guides and research aids.