HRTS 598B Gender-Based Violence Project (3 Credits): Students will complete a project approved by their faculty advisor that addresses gender-based violence, and could take such forms as a community arts project and its documentation, a documentary film, a more traditional thesis or master’s paper, a research project completed with community members, or other substantial output for public dissemination. The Project should account for the social, political, cultural, and structural causes of gender-based violence. The project should evidence the student’s consideration of theoretical, socio-political, and ethical issues in working with marginalized groups and engaging communities. Students may choose to expand upon a project that has been initially undertaken in another course. This is a three-credit course offered by the faculty advisor(s) whose students are working on the Project. Students will meet online during the “class” to get feedback while the project is underway.