Gender-related courses at the ANU are offered at undergraduate, honours and postgraduate level.
*Please note the Gender Institute does not run any courses but provides this information to assist interested students, for more information about these courses please contact the course convenor or the relevant school*
Additionally, the following undergraduate degrees include gender-focused courses:
Undergraduate courses that take gender as a focus or include gender in their analysis are offered by:
Art Theory: Gender and Visual Culture
English: Jane Austen: History and Fiction
History: Real Men: Masculinities in Western History | Electric Citizens: The Rise of the Modern Media in the United States, 1865-2000 | Colonialism, Sex and Gender: Historical Episodes | Women and Men in Australian History; Sexuality in Australian History
Italian: Women in Italian Society
Middle Eastern & Central Asian Studies: Gender and Culture in Iran and the Middle East
Graduate Coursework Degrees
Gender and Development specialisation is offered in the Master of Applied Anthropology and Participatory Development.
Additionally the following postgraduate programs include gender-focused courses:
The following postgraduate courses are available offered by Gender Studies:
Postgraduate courses that take gender as a focus or include gender in their analysis are also offered by:
Anthropology: Gender and Cross-Cultural Perspective | Critical Issues in Gender and Development | Exploring Gender and Development | Exploring Gender, Resources and the Environment | Gender, Nature and Development
Demography: Gender and Population
English: Victorian Literature
International Relations: Gender, War and Justice in South and Southeast Asia
Gender, Sexuality and Culture is a postgraduate research field at the ANU and those interested in undertaking an MPhil or PhD in this area should contact the research field convenor. If you are looking to combine gender with another disciplinary field, check our People page to find potential supervisors working in your area.
The Research Student Development Centre (RSDC) offers a personal development program aimed at women doctoral students called Resilience of Women Research Students (RoWRS). It helps focus the attention of women research students on their strengths and opportunities in the world of academia. RoWRS is aimed at women research students who are in their second or early third year (or equivalent) of candidature, although students in late first year may also apply. » read more