fund for curricular innovation

The SPAN Fund for Curricular Innovation is designed to develop courses across a broad range of disciplines to provide undergraduate students with a solid interdisciplinary foundation in sexuality studies. These courses are meant to complement existing offerings in the Gender & Sexuality Studies Program (GSS), as well as to foster links between GSS and departments/programs that have not traditionally co-listed undergraduate courses with GSS. Each SPAN Curricular Fellow serves a three-year, non-renewable term.

Funded projects by year: 2020-21 | 2019-20 | 2018-19


Ryan Dohoney (Music Studies)
“Sexuality, Sound and Space”
Amy Partridge (Gender and Sexuality Studies)
“Pleasure (in the archives)”
Paola Zamperini (Asian Languages and Cultures)
“Global Pornographies: A Transnational Approach”


David Moskowitz (Medical Social Sciences, Feinberg School of Medicine)
“Health Program Planning: Sexual and Physical Health”
Steven Trasher (Medill School of Journalism)
“Sex and the American Empire: Journalism and Frames of War”


Nathalie Bouzaglo (Spanish and Portuguese)
“Sexual Kingdoms: An Archeology of Spectacular Masculinities”
Nick Davis (English and GSS)
“Senior Capstone in Gender and Sexuality Studies”
Noelle Sullivan (Global Health Studies)
“Human Sexuality”

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