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Marie-Lorraine Pipes

Adjunct Lecturer
Bailey 107
pipes@geneseo.edu

Marie-Lorraine Pipes has been at SUNY Geneseo since 2009.

Marie-Lorraine Pipes

Office Hours

Tuesday 2:30-3:00, immediately after class, or by appointment.

Classes

  • ANTH 101: S/M/Exploratn-Human Diversity

    This course will introduce basic concepts and methods of anthropology. The four sub-disciplines of anthropology will contribute to an understanding of humans as biological and cultural beings. The focus of the course is to examine the diversity of human cultures, with a primary focus on the non-Western world.

  • WGST 100: Intro to Women's&GenderStudies

    An introduction to historical and contemporary feminist issues and to problems of special importance to Women’s and Gender Studies, which students may go on to pursue in further depth. Examples include the nature of gender in the US and cross-culturally; how gender functions within a system of privilege and oppression; how gender intersects with other forms of oppression such as race, class, and LGBTQ status; and feminist activism across the three feminist “waves.” In the course of examining these topics, students will be introduced to a wide array of feminist theoretical frameworks, Liberal Feminism, Radical Feminism, Black Feminism, and Postmodern Feminism. Students will then explore applications of these theories to various topics of historical and contemporary interest to women, such as pornography, sexuality, violence, and sexual assault, among other topics. Offered every semester