“Delectable Diversity”

Kudos to the Professors Sara Cooper, Christopher Ivey, Gail Walton, and the rest of the Gender and Sexuality Pathway faculty.  “Delectable Diversity: Gender and Sexuality in General Education” was published in The Association of American Colleges and Universities’ journal, Diversity and Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures (15.1 [2012]).

A delectable morsel from the article:

The G&S Pathway is truly interdisciplinary, featuring course offerings from nineteen different departments and programs, from four of the university’s seven colleges. Disciplines as diverse as religion, communication, literature, political science, Chicana/o studies, journalism, and nursing provide the breadth necessary for a liberal education, while one underlying set of intellectual questions ensures coherence.

Click here to read the entire article.

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