Courses

COURSES taught by Jennifer Tucker 

SURVEY/LECTURE COURSES

History of Modern Britain

Victorian London

History of Science, Medicine, and Technology since 1650

Topics in British Cultural History

History of Photography

Globalizing Britain:  Empire, Home, and Diaspora

History of Women, Gender and Sexuality in Western Europe since 1789

Seeing a Bigger Picture: Integrating Environmental History and Visual Studies

History of Women, Health, and Medicine

Building Bridges: Intro to Feminist Approaches to Science, Medicine and Technology

 SEMINARS (first-year and advanced)

Issues in Contemporary Historiography (History majors, juniors)

Life Science, Art, and Culture since 1600 (upper-level)

Gender and Technology (sophomores and upper-level)

Ten Photographs that Shook the World (first-year students)

Streets of Victorian London  (sophomores)

Visual Culture and Modern British History

Intro to Women’s Studies (through 2004, for sophomores and frosh)

Gender and History (sophomores)

Science as Social and Cultural Practice (SISP majors) 

Evolution, Pictures and Publics (first-year students)

Science and the Moving Image (upper-level)

Intro to Feminist Science and Media Studies (upper-level)

Gender, Science, and British Cultural History

FGSS Senior Thesis/Essay Seminar

Research Topics in Gender, Race, and Medicine

Science in American Life

 CO-TAUGHT COURSES:

Interpreting Life on Mars:  Scientific Data and Popular Knowledge (with Marty Gilmore, Associate Professor, Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, Wesleyan University, Spring 2007.

Gender and Politics in Modern Europe (with Dr. Miriam Feldblum, Political Science), Caltech, 1998.

Art, Scientific Exploration and the British Empire (with Dr. Amy Meyers, Curator of American Art at the Huntington Library and Art Collections, San Marino, CA), Caltech, 1997.